Be sure to book a room by April 1, 2015 to be a part of the opening of the 50th season at Montreal Beach Resort in Cape May, New Jersey commencing the weekend of April 10th to 13th.
Join us for a special 50th anniversary celebration package. Beginning on Friday evening with a manager’s meet and greet reception from 6 to 7 P.M. Guests who opt for this package will find a special gift in their room to include salt-water taffy, a beach ball, a cup holder to sink in the sand, and a split of wine.
Specials & News for Our 50th Season Opening in Cape May, NJ
Saturday’s continental breakfast menu runs the gamut from Danish to tea and freshly-squeezed juices. Suggested not-to-be-missed activities include information relative to visiting Hawk Haven Winery and the unique Cape May Mall. From 4 to 6 P.M., a get-together featuring coffee and cookies will take place in the Hospitality Room. Sunday and Monday checkout times for this package are extended to noon.
Those who opt for this package must RSVP by phone at 1-800-525-7011 as reservations are not accepted online.
Enjoy a breathtaking ocean view on one of two sun decks or from newly refurbished guest rooms and suites. Montreal Beach Resort is the only hotel in Cape May featuring a beachfront wine and liquor shop.
Cape May Hotel Packages -The Montreal Beach Resort Beach Front Hotel, Pool & Restaurant
The hotel’s Wine-d-Down Package, requiring a minimum 2-night stay, includes two monogrammed glasses and a special corkscrew, the perfect tool to open a red or white wine, courtesy of Hawk Haven Winery. The Wine-d Down Package also includes a 15 percent discount coupon for breakfast at Montreal Beach Resort’s own Harry’s Ocean Bar & Grille.
Tasting tours are available daily at Hawk Haven Winery affording the opportunity to follow the wine-making process from vine to glass and to enjoy wine accompanied by a selection of cheeses on the vineyard’s crush pad.
Cape May, New Jersey, America’s oldest seashore is home to a fantastic 3-block, outdoor, pedestrian concourse that opened in 1972. The mall became a Historic Landmark in 1976.
Montreal Beach Resort evolved from the unceasing efforts spawned by Polish immigrants, Harry and Sophia Hirsch who arrived in Philadelphia in 1951. With financial assistance from an uncle, Harry embarked upon construction of a 27-room motel at the intersection of Beach Drive and Madison Avenue in 1965. This complex eventually grew into 70-rooms occupying four floors. The 50th anniversary celebration continues to honor the Hirsch family’s “core principle of treating customers like family.”