Congress Hall, Cape May
Project Architect: Finegold Alexander Architects
Interior Design: Colleen Bashaw Interior Design
Congress Hall was built in 1816 and was acquired by Cape Advisors in 1995. The hotel, which was nicknamed “Summer House of Presidents” due to its history of presidential guests in the 19th century, underwent extensive renovations in accordance with the National Park Service standards of historic preservation. Cape Advisors completed a re-development and historic rehabilitation of the hotel in 2002. The property reopened in 2002 as a 106 room, full service resort hotel. Congress Hall includes the Brown Room Lounge, the Blue Pig Tavern and the Boiler Room Night Club.
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Congress Hall is the uncontested “grande dame” of Cape May and one of the oldest seaside resorts in America. Congress Hall is best known for its historic building with grand pillars, its cozy fireplace in the lobby, and generously sized rooms. Cape Advisors’ former subsidiary, Cape Resorts Group, manages the property.