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All reviews nice kitchenette large bathroom full size beds first floor short drive stay there again wicker chairs fridge and microwave beautiful cape walking distance off season coffee maker living room coast guard bed was very comfortable outdoor pool accommodations
This motel is an excellent choice when staying in Cape May. This was my 3rd time staying here, and I've never been disappointed. It's definitely a little farther from the beach from other places in the area, but for the price you can't go wrong....More
You wrote a review for Madison Avenue Beach Club 6 days ago
2.0 star rating 6/30/2018
I stayed here for 2 nights on my visit to Cape May and Wildwood. Their service was decent The hot tub and pool were a great addition. However, they...More
Madison Avenue Beach club motel is a terrific place to stay with a pet !
I’ve been staying here over several years and love the fact that they offer pet accommodations.
Pet friendly rooms are on the first ground level which makes it very easy...More
This place needs some work. We arrived early because my 5 year old needed to use the restroom and we weren't sure where to go. Our stay was in the off-season. Upon arrival, I explained that I knew we were too early, but we needed...More
We only had one night here, sadly, but we had a nice night of quiet sleep, a nice big bathroom and shower (welcome after a few nights in the tiny hotels of New York City), and a good comfy bed. Everything was clean and in...More
Response from DoubleD1969 | Reviewed this property |
I do not think there are any rooms that have an ocean view. It is only two levels and not high enough where the rooms are above the tree line. If my sense of direction is accurate, the rooms face in a westerly direction... More
I do not think there are any rooms that have an ocean view. It is only two levels and not high enough where the rooms are above the tree line. If my sense of direction is accurate, the rooms face in a westerly direction and away from the ocean.