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Sea Crest Beach Hotel Completes Final Phase Of Enhancements, Ensuring Cape Memories For 2012 And Years To Come


Sea Crest Beach Hotel
on Buzzards Bay in North Falmouth has completed its third and final phase of new and renovated facilities including leisure amenities and an upgrade to its fitness center and indoor swimming pool area at the heart of this transformed family beach hotel. Major improvements to the hotel’s Nauset Conference Center make the property’s meeting and event space the finest and largest in the area, completing the renewal of the legendary Upper Cape hotel whose history began in 1927 when it opened as a summer playhouse on the sands of Old Silver Beach.

Sea Crest Beach Hotel’s final phase of renovations comprises a number of specific components including:
  • A brand-new Fitness Center equipped with free weights, treadmills, stationary bikes, elliptical machines, a hot tub, kiddy pool and a new Pilates/yoga room, as well as the addition of showers, changing rooms and lockers in Men’s and Women’s areas;
  • Renovated indoor Pool Area, including the addition of two oversized doorway openings that facilitate connecting the indoor and outdoor swimming pools and create a community space for seasonal use;
  • Addition of a 20-foot-long Kiddie Pool, as well as a Jacuzzi, hot tub and benches;
  • Creation of a glass-walled Party Room, affording excellent outdoor views;
  • Covered walkway between the Pool Area and the Hotel Lobby;
  • A cool, new lounge designed and decorated just for ‘tweens that sports brightly colored furniture, “graffiti” wall coverings, TV, and arcade games;
  • A fresh new look for the Nauset Conference Center which has been completely redesigned to incorporate its waterfront surroundings. Design elements include earth tone carpeting and wall coverings with driftwood accents, new banquet chairs, a unique wave chandelier that echoes the property’s geographic setting, and renovated break-out rooms and bathrooms.


On the dining front, a combination of new and renovated environments ensures culinary choices for all tastes. The most significant change is the addition of Red’s, Sea Crest Beach Hotel’s newest restaurant and lounge, whose menu is an inspired blend of American Cape and gastro-pub cuisine. The complete revamping of the hotel’s Oceanfront Room takes advantage of its spectacular views, and Shutters, the hotel’s private-dining restaurant, offers gracious staff and service, providing the perfect atmosphere for a menu focusing on fine local shellfish and other New England specialties.

About Sea Crest Beach Hotel:
Set on a private beach in Cape Cod’s legendary North Falmouth, and surrounded by the shingle-styled architecture of traditional New England cottages along Buzzards Bay, Sea Crest Beach Hotel has emerged from a multimillion-dollar renovation as the quintessential beach hotel for a new generation of travelers. With 263 guest rooms and suites, some with fireplaces and many with water view private balconies, the hotel is equally ideal for families who seek a beachfront setting in which to create timeless memories, couples drawn by the romance of the Cape, and meeting or wedding planners seeking expansive function space combined with superb dining and warm, personalized service. Red’s, named after Red Auerbach, legendary Boston Celtics coach and president, serves a delightful gastro-pub menu in a setting replete with memorabilia curated with the assistance of the family of the restaurant’s beloved namesake.

Sea Crest Beach Hotel is within an easy drive of the region’s largest cities: New York, Boston, and Providence. Boston's Logan International Airport and Providence's T.F. Green International Airport are both just over an hour’s drive away.

For reservations or more information, visit http://www.seacrestbeachhotel.com or call (800) 225-3110. Find Sea Crest Beach Hotel on Facebook at www.facebook.com/seacrestbeachhotel.
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