A Cape Cod tradition for generations, Wequassett is an exquisite hideaway spanning 27 pristine waterfront acres surrounded by lush gardens overlooking tranquil Pleasant Bay and the Atlantic beyond. Accommodations are housed in 27 buildings of Cape Cod-style architecture and include 120 luxurious guest rooms and suites reminiscent of comfortable seaside residences. Amenities include two magnificent pools, two private beaches, four tennis courts, five diverse restaurants, boating and sailing, children’s programming, and championship golf at the prestigious Cape Cod National Golf Club.
The resort’s signature restaurant, twenty-eight Atlantic, housed in an 18th century sea captain’s home overlooking Pleasant Bay is one of the most stunning settings in New England. The décor of the restaurant incorporates many fine features such as an exposed wine rack, beautiful fireplace, rich wood paneling, period lighting fixtures and marine art. Noted Executive Chef, James Hackney, helms the kitchen and relishes the region’s fresh native seafood and indigenous ingredients from artisanal farms. Chef Hackney is passionate about creating exquisite seasonal tasting menus with superb wine pairings.
“We are thrilled that twenty-eight Atlantic has been added to the coveted Five-Star status and very proud that the Resort has been recognized as Five-Star since 2016, a very gratifying accomplishment for our talented and dedicated staff. Our quest to elevate twenty-eight Atlantic’s rating has been truly embraced by our entire team and I am so grateful for this recognition, particularly during such a challenging time,” said Mark Novota, Managing Partner of Wequassett Resort and Golf Club.
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We all know travel planning right now looks much different from just months ago. And platforms like Google Travel are catching up with the times.
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U.S. travel restrictions vary from state to state, with the number of COVID-19 cases fluctuating on a regular basis. That means the biggest consideration in vacationing is likely where exactly to go — and how to sort through all the destination and travel policies.
Google Travel is releasing several new tools to its search functionality to make the pandemic travel process easier. By pulling together coronavirus data and information on flights and hotels, the search giant wants to position itself as a one-stop destination for travel planning in this new era.
In the coming weeks, Google will roll out features such as local coronavirus case counts, the percentage of flights that are in operation and hotel availability numbers while searching for travel. These are all “travel trends” and will join the existing alerts that Google already offers on its platform.
Google Travel is also adding a new “free cancellation” filter to sort for