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This charming hotel is set in South Yarmouth. Travellers will find the airport within 7. 4 km. There are a total of 164 rooms on the premises. Moreover, there is a wireless Internet connection at hand in communal areas. This hotel offers a 24-hour reception service, so that guests' needs will be fully met at any time of the day or night. Common areas are suitable for wheelchair- disabled people. Red Jacket Blue Water Resort provides parking for guests' convenience. The hotel provides an entertainment programme and leisure activities for guests' added convenience. A fee may be chargeable for so...More details
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Reviewed 22 october, 2021
We were able to take advantage of the pools and hot tub. The first night the indoor pool was pretty cold. I did ask the front desk if it was supposed to be heated. He immediately called maintenance and ask that they check it out. A few nights later went back and I could definitely tell that it was warmer. Views and service was great. Only suggestion would be to add a microwave to the room.
OK place to stay - beautiful beach
Reviewed 2 october, 2021
The best thing about the Blue Water Resort are the people who work there. Very accommodating and helpful. They are friendly and greet you as you walk by. They set a very nice tone. The resort is right on the south shore of the lower cape on Nantucket Sound. The beach is very well taken care of with machines that clean the sand and produce a lovely soft sand. Very special. The beach is lovely Many times water is totally flat, excellent for swimming. The rooms are OK. Bed and pillows satisfactory. Shower is OK. Be sure to set temperature in bath mode first. The water can be scalding at the highest temperature. When we saw a seal we got right out of the water, as seals can attract other less benign creatures. The sink knob is a bit jerky. Tends to give you a sudden burst of water. I would have appreciated a sink stopper or filter for small objects. As with many places by the water, humidity is high so that clothes that we washed did not dry after four days. The room doesn’t feel humid, but dry clothes that we left out were damp after a few hours. We generally wash clothes when we travel. At Blue Water Resort best to bring enough changes for the entire visit. Minor suggestions: We appreciate the access to bottles of water, although an environmentalist would ask they they be reused. Most places we stay at have coffee and tea available in the lobby at all times for the taking. That would have been appreciated, especially as the rooms do not have coffee/tea makers. Some of the non-local staff knew nothing to suggest as to places to eat or things to see. An hour orientation or required reading would get them more engaged with the local offerings. We came to the Blue Water Resort as part of a Cape Cod based wedding. I would recommend this as a place for a group stay such as a wedding. Overall the Blue Water Resort is appropriately rated with 3 stars.
Excellent resort in Cape Cod!
Reviewed 29 august, 2021
We stayed at the Blue Water Resort for one week at the end of August, and we loved our stay. A couple highlights: - The staff was friendly and extremely responsive. They kindly updated our reservation to account for Hurricane Henri and when we had a small issue w/ the air conditioner in our room, it was fixed instantly. Can't say enough good things about the staff - Joseph at the front desk was particularly helpful :) - Amazing beach! Lots of chairs and umbrellas and not too crowded. We enjoyed wonderful afternoons on the beach everyday. - Great location! In addition to the beach, there are lots of great restaurants in a 15-20 minute radius. Overall, we really loved our stay and are hopeful we will be able to return again next summer!
Excellent Location but Room Upgrades Sadly Needed
Reviewed 22 august, 2021
We just stayed 3 nights at this water front Cape Cod resort. Outside is well maintained and the represent the main appeal why you book this resort. Our room was another story for the $400 plus per night rate. Outdated bathrooms from the 1970 type era, smallish TV along with older dark furniture. All would be acceptable if it was maintained but no; the bathroom had rust and mold. And yes I have a room number and pictures. We brought these issues up when they sent us a survey - to their credit our final night was reduced to a below $400 rate. To summarize: outstanding location where management needs to pour profits into room upgrades.
Well-designed, well-staffed, badly described
Reviewed 18 august, 2021
When my wife and I honeymooned in Aruba, our room had sliding doors leading onto a small patio which abutted the beach. After too long cooped up for COVID, we looked long and hard for similar accommodations that didn't require air travel. Blue Water's "ocean front" rooms seemed to fit the bill. They were rate and pricey but we splurged. We adjusted out dates until we could get an "ocean front" room and were looking forward to stepping out of our room onto the beach. We were disappointed. Blue Water is adjacent to several other Red Jacket properties along the same stretch of private beach. Sitting on the beach and looking back there were a handful or rooms across the properties that I'd call "ocean-front" but we didn't get one of them. The two best classes of rooms are "ocean view" (if you stand on your balcony and look to the side, you can see the ocean) and "ocean front." The latter should really be called "ocean facing". Or maybe the two classes are oblique view and direct view. Our room faced the ocean at a slight angle but adjacent rooms kept us from having a 180 degree view of the beach and we were set back 50 feet or so with a lawn, a picnic area, a dune, and some parking between us and the beach. That said, the room interior was well designed. The most notable feature was how bright it was. I've never stayed in a hotel room that was as well lit! A picture window and two clerestory windows flood the room with sunlight. And there is recessed lighting in the high ceiling, table lamps beside the bed, and reading lights over the bed. The bathroom is well lit as well, with bright vanity lights over the sink and ceiling lights in and outside the shower. The mirror over the sink is big enough that my petite wife and I could each see ourselves, and the shower head was high enough I didn't have to stoop to wash my hair. So many of my pet peeves about traveling can be triggered in the bathroom but none were here. (The grout in the shower was a little old and showed repair. Some judicious use of bleach could get rid of the minor mildew stains we saw.) The TV was fine. The iron and ironing board as good as we have at home. The minifridge was larger than average and worked well. Resort staff was helpful and friendly. Many wore masks, some did not. I imagine this reflects their vaccination status but it wasn't made clear. The pizza was better than expected. The warm pretzel with beer cheese was good enough I had two in four days. The Buffalo chicken tenders were very good. If you want a bigger meal, there are several restaurants within a few miles. For a lower price and with clearer (lower) expectations about the view, we'd have been entirely happy. But we still slept well, ate well, and had a very satisfying respite.