Hotel Alcott at 107-113 Grant Street in Cape May, New Jersey is a restored Italian villa. It is minutes from the Atlantic Ocean with full service amenities. The boutique hotel offers 31 custom furnished rooms and suites. The second floor verandah offers a place for guests to look out over Cape May. It is also possible to sit by a fountain in the courtyard. The property is the second oldest hotel in Cape May. It was opened in 1878 as the Arlington House. It started out as a 55 room facility. It has been called the Alcott House a few times before being known as the Huntington House and eventually Hotel Alcott. Customers used to journey by train to the Cape in order to relax during the warm summer months.
The cape and hotel are still a desired destination for vacationers. It is possible to remember a bygone era with the elegance found at the hotel. There is a hotel dining room, chestnut wood in the lobby, and intricate medallions around the ceiling edge for architectural design.
The rooms are designed for the boutique hotel meaning there are some modern amenities like television, telephone, and lighting, but more of the room is designed for comfort.