Summer may be winding down, but the next 3 months are the favorite of many Jersey Shore vacationers. Now’s the best time to capitalize on special room rates and package deals in Cape May.

Cape May Specials in September, October & November

Though the beach is synonymous with summer, the Shore offers many opportunities for fun all year round, and off-peak accommodations are always budget friendly.
At the Montreal Beach Resort, located along the southern tip of New Jersey in Cape May, last-minute visitors can enjoy a $100 discount on their three-day stay up until September 3rd, along with a $50 food credit at the famous Harry’s Ocean Bar and Grill.

Additionally, visitors booking a three-night stay can enjoy a 40 percent discount on their final day while four-day vacationers receive a 75 percent price reduction. The best offer, however, is reserved for those staying five days where the fifth day is free.

Special Deals and Room Rates

In fall, all our package deals are in full-force.

All visitors to the Montreal Beach Resort enjoy access to the oceanfront pool located adjacent to Harry’s Ocean Bar and Grill, a fitness center, 24-hour concierge service and two sundecks overlooking the ocean as well as on-site parking, among many other features.

As one of the most luxurious beachfront hotels, visitors are guaranteed an ocean view in every room except the entry-level Breezeway Room, and every room comes with a dry bar and refrigerator, high-definition television and complimentary Wi-Fi. Visitors can also upgrade to rooms with a private balcony overlooking the ocean.

Things to Do in Cape May in Autumn

Of course the number one reason to visit the Jersey Shore is to lounge on the beach, but there’s more to Cape May than the beautiful beaches. As one of the oldest beach resort towns in the United States, the city is a National Historic Landmark and architecture buffs will enjoy the many Victorian buildings, along with tours of other historic locations.

Golfers love this time of year. Cooler temperatures and smaller crowds make for a perfect experience. Most courses reduce their rates and the conditions are excellent.

Fishing gets hot when the water temperature cools. More breeds and bigger fish become available in fall. There are party boats and charters available with short-notice availability.

Don’t forget the Cape May Zoo. Voted among the best zoos in the United States, it’s a great way to spend a half day and it’s free!

Additionally, Cape May is a cultural center and hosts annual jazz, film and music festivals and is home to the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities. There’s always shopping at the Washington Street Mall.

Whether you’re staying for the weekend or taking advantage of the five-night deal, there’s no shortage of things to do at one of Cape May’s most popular beachfront hotels, the Montreal Beach Resort.

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