Cape May News
The Montreal Beach Resort has your latest in Cape May news, upcoming events, and fun at the hotel. Our hotel is located just steps from the sandy beaches and refreshing waters of Cape May, New Jersey. The Montreal Beach Resort has well-appointed hotel room accommodations, Harry’s Ocean Bar & Grille and a spectacular oceanfront pool. It comes as no surprise that people are always talking about the Montreal Beach Resort.
There are always many exciting activities in Cape May. Read our articles below for information about Cape May, and our beachfront hotel.
If you are looking for something fun but out of the ordinary, consider taking a trip back in time. Among things to do in Cape May, visiting Historic Cold Spring Village is a fun, educational and unique experience.read more
If you’re staying in Cape May and you want to go to the beach, but the forecast is grim, you don’t have to hide in your hotel room for your entire trip. There are plenty of great amenities at The Montreal Beach Resort, youread more
Looking for a great time July 4th weekend? Find out why so many families make Cape May a tradition. It’s all here! And the Montreal Beach Resort is right in the middle of it with food, fireworks and entertainment for the whole family.read more
It’s getting a bit hard for us to be humble these days. Ya know, with all this praise and recognition. Having been awarded, just a week or so ago withread more
Winning The Superbowl, The World Series, or The Stanley Cup 2 years in a row is very rare. It’s nearly impossible. Winning a prestigious award twice in row is aread more
When people think about the Jersey shore, they don’t often associate it with great golf. However, if you’re a golf enthusiast or just a duffer, there are some beautiful and challenging golf courses all within minutes of The Montreal Beach Resort.read more
This year, Mother’s Day weekend coincides with the 3-day Cape May Coastguard Festival and the 36th Annual Great Cape May Footrace. These only add to the wealth of choices of what to do here this time of year. By now, all theread more
The Montreal Beach Resort, is a proud supporter the Cape May County Coast Guard Festival this Mother’s Day weekend. There’s so much to see and do (and eat and drink) and all civilians should honor this great and vital branch of the American Military.read more
Now that the Montreal Beach is up and running for the 50th season, it’s time to focus on another Red Letter Day; the uncorking of Harry’s Oceanfront Bar & Grill for the season on May 9, 2015. We’re unveiling new renovations and updates to our beachfront restaurant just in time for Mother’s Day weekend.read more
Looking for the best spot on the Cape May beach? Look no further because it’s right here at the Montreal Beach Resort. Why do we call it a resort? Lots of reasons:read more
Here we are, ready for another Easter weekend in Cape May where breathtaking views are available from every direction. Let your imagination run wild as youread more
Join us for a special 50th anniversary celebration package. Beginning on Friday evening with a manger’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…read more
Cape May, New Jersey is abundant with landmarks. From the lighthouse to the victorian-style buildings, to a World War I concrete ship resting on the sand 150 feet off the beach. We’re now celebrating a landmark in time…the 50th season of the acclaimed Montreal Beach Resort.read more
Spring is in the air and here in Cape May, New Jersey, the spring thaw is under way. It’s been a cold, wet & snow winter (except here in sunny Cape May, of course) but we seem to have turned the corner.
Here’s what’s going on in March…read more
Announcing our 2015 Grand Opening Welcome for the weekend starting Friday, April 10th. The whole property has been renewed and refreshed during the winter and we’re so excited to welcome you back to kick off another great season.read more
As you would expect, it’s sunny and warm down here in Cape May. It’s 19° and sunny outside and it’s 71.5° where wine lovers…read more
News spread about this newly discovered pristine coastal getaway called Cape May, New Jersey. The elite class from cities like Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Washington began swarming here. In 1834 there were 6 boarding houses in town. Not long after…read more
As America’s oldest seaside resort, there’s an encyclopedia or interesting facts to share. So share we will.
Cape Town was originally settled by whalers back on the colonial days of the 1600’s.