Such an over the top hotel, unbelievably clean and beautiful. GREAT location to beach, shops, and restaurants. However, I thought the hotel staff rude or you could say they weren't very warm or inviting. The hotel shop employees and maintenance workers where quiet pleasant and easy to talk too. Didn't appreciate maid services vacuuming the hallways, outside the rooms at 2130 hrs. Felt very awkward in elevator all of the nonspeaking English employees holding conversations in their respective native language. Which happened multiple times. Didn't appreciate that the hotel staff would not enforce their own "Quiet Time" policy at 2230 hrs on a weekday evening.
Our room was small with only one less than comfortable chair. The lobby was small, but quaint and cozy. The atmosphere was sometimes spoiled on one occasion by a staff member, who conducted a rather loud and long personnel conversation on her cell phone.
Close to the beach but not close toanythung else, so you have tochoose. Hotel is old but very clean. Room was small. And when we paid for the room, it was much more than advertised on expedia. Don't know why but we had already paid and needed a place for the nute. Sort of feel like we were stiffed a little.
Great stay at the Luther Ogden Inn. The location is ideal, just a short walk to the beach and the Washington St. shops/restaurants/etc. Innkeepers Jan & Mark were extremely friendly and helpful, breakfasts were all excellent, and the amenities on site like the beach chairs, common room with water/etc., parking, outdoor shower for de-sanding after the beach--they all add up to a perfect setup for an enjoyable time in Cape May. Highly recommend!
Traveller from New York, NY
This inn is in Cape May’s historic district, 1 block from Sunset Beach, and is near the Atlantic City area.All accommodations …More
Victorian houses built in the late 1800s line the streets of America’s oldest seaside resort. At the center of historic downtown is the Washington Street Mall, three blocks filled with restaurants, galleries, and boutiques, some of which have been family-owned for generations. Tourists purchase badges to visit the pristine beaches while bird enthusiasts flock to the state park’s bird observatory.