We visited the Seavilla in early July. It was a very hot weekend. We checked in and found our room to be on the third floor, with no air conditioning. It was unbearable.
We were told that there were five baths, however, two of them were outside. There really was one to each floor. Each floor had at least 9 rooms, which meant that you shared the one shower with all of the other guests. On a busy weekend, we would wait at least 1.5 hours to get in the shower. After so many people using them, they were not very clean.
They also became very dirty in the late evening.
The breakfast was good. The rooms were ok. It was convenient to the beach. It was very inexpensive to stay there.
- Also Known As:
- The Seavilla Hotel Cape May
- Seavilla Cape May
- Seavilla Hotel Cape May