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Margaritaville Comes to Cape Cod This Summer

Attendees can kick back Jimmy Buffet-style this year on the shores of New England

By Linden M. Bayliss

rendering of the lobby at Margaritaville Cape Cod
A rendering of the sea-inspired lobby at the upcoming Margaritaville Resort Cape Cod || Courtesy of Margaritaville Hotels & Resorts

Margaritaville Hotels & Resorts has announced that it is opening its first location in New England this summer. Nestled on Cape Cod in Hyannis, Massachusetts, the hotel is currently operating as the Cape Codder Resort & Spa, but has been sold to management company Linchris Hotel Corp. who will oversee the new Margaritaville resort.

The resort will feature 272 rooms and suites decorated with elements inspired by the sea, sands, and sun, all complete with modern amenities and high-end furnishings to capture the feeling of paradise. Interior design agency, The McBride Co., has been contracted to assist in seamlessly integrating the natural beauty of Cape Cod with traditional Margaritaville design. A range of on-site amenities will be available for attendees including an indoor water park, outdoor pool, spa, fitness center, and arcade along with signature Margaritaville bars and eateries including LandShark Bar & Grill and 5 o’Clock Somewhere Bar. The resort will offer 13,000 square feet of meeting and function space.

king room at margaritaville cape cod
King room designed with elements of sea, sands, sun, and the natural beauty of Cape Cod || Courtesy of Margaritaville Hotels & Resorts

“Cape Cod is a place with so much history, charm, and personality—it’s the perfect location for our first New England lodging destination,” says Rick Cunningham, senior vice president of development at Margaritaville, in a prepared statement. “Our resorts bring together thoughtful amenities and tropical design elements that provide guests with reimagined travel experiences and Margaritaville Resort Cape Cod promises the same.”

The village of Hyannis in Cape Cod is renowned for its picturesque harbor, vibrant waterfront, and rich maritime history. The charming coastal town offers a blend of scenic beauty and a bustling atmosphere, drawing visitors in with its beaches and cultural attractions like the Cape Cod Maritime Museum and the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum.

“We are extremely excited to share this iconic brand with one of the premier vacation destinations in the United States,” says Bob Anderson, president of Linchris, in a prepared statement. “With the property’s opening, we invite visitors to enjoy all the Cape has always had to offer with a twist. Margaritaville Resort Cape Cod will bring an incredible resort experience, a new destination within a destination.”