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Indoor Water Park Makes Every Day a Summer Day on Cape Cod

New England Today - Travel

A Splash of New England Ingenuity
Indoor Water Park Makes Every Day a Summer Day on Cape Cod

by Kim Knox Beckius, June 19, 2017

A warning bell sounds. A storm’s a-brewin’. Soon, there will be flashes of lightning and crackling thunder. And excited kids—and grown-ups—jumping into the water.

Cape Codder Resort in Hyannis hosts dinner theater series

By Johanna Crosby, Barstable Patriot, January 26, 2017

The temperature may be dipping but the entertainment scene is heating up with the annual winter dinner theater series at the Cape Codder Resort & Spa in Hyannis.

The hotel has been hosting the series since it opened in 2001 to give Cape Codders and visitors a different and special kind of entertainment choice in the winter months.

A Whale of a Good Time!

By Jerimiah Junkers, World Waterpark Magazine, January 2017

Cape Codder Resort & spa brings the fun and beauty of the surrounding Cape to guests year-round.

You look to the sky and feel sunshine warming your face. As you bask in the glow of another beautiful day along the Cape, you smell the salty and fresh reminder of the nearby Atlantic. Then you hear a soft, distant rumble that is paired with a quick flash of light...

Cape vacations aren’t just for summer anymore


Conjure a trip to Cape Cod and you’re most likely to envision lazy summer days, bathing suits, flip flops, fried clams, and ice cream cones. While travelers flock to the Cape in droves for family vacations in July, it isn’t the first place (or the second or third) that comes to mind when planning a winter getaway with the kids. But it should be on the radar. Cape Cod is just shy of 70 miles from Boston, which makes it an easy escape for a short jaunt.

Cape Codder Resort in Hyannis Opens Dinner Theater Season Feb. 6

By Johanna Crosby

A blast of stand-up comedy and music may be a surefire way to banish the winter blahs. The 2016 dinner theater series at the Cape Codder Resort & Spa in Hyannis is back for its 16th season with an entertaining mix topped by a grand dinner buffet. “It's a great night of entertainment with dinner and you don't have to travel,” said Joyce Groemmer, director of marketing for the Catania Hospitality Group.

The Cape Codder is lighting up Hyannis

By Linda Clarke, Globe Correspondent
December 04, 2015

HYANNIS — One of Debra Catania’s fondest childhood holiday memories is of her mother taking her shopping in Downtown Crossing, where Filene’s and Jordan Marsh anchored Washington Street with glittering displays. In particular, Filene’s magical window scenes, which were known collectively as the Enchanted Village, struck a lasting chord. In 2002, when Catania, who is the vice president of Catania Hospitality Group, decided to create a holiday display at the company’s Cape Codder Resort and Spa in Hyannis, Filene’s windows glittering in the December darkness was her blueprint. “I had those memories of the lights and the feeling I got when my mother took us along to see Filene’s Enchanted Village at Christmas,” recalls Catania. “I wanted to take the tradition I remembered and create something similar here on the Cape.”