Cape May Hotel, Queen Victoria, Unveils Newest Guest Room: Lord Melbourne. 

Last month, we announced the grand opening of our new dining room and special events center. Now, we’re excited to introduce our newest guest room: The Lord Melbourne.

This very special room features a king-sized bed, with a magnificent headboard, accented by a beautiful woven tapestry. Matching window treatments and a luxurious bathroom featuring a two-head/two-person step-in shower, beautiful granite vanity, and private water closet, round out the room’s superior finishings.

But, perhaps the most impressive feature of Lord Melbourne (aside from 12’ ceilings, a 49” flat screen TV, in-room Keurig, and comfortable full-length sofa) is its huge private porch complete with porch swing and rocking chairs.

Like all our lovely Cape May hotel rooms, Lord Melbourne features every convenience to enjoy your stay at The Queen Victoria, including a mini-refrigerator (stocked with beverages), iron with ironing board, hair dryer, makeup mirror, and alarm clock.

With summer coming to a close, we’re sad to say goodbye to the 2018 summer season. But Labor Day in Cape May is always a good time. Book the Lord Melbourne for your Labor Day retreat and catch these special holiday events.

 

Thursday, August 30

Cape May Stage presents ‘The Lion In Winter’

Where: Cape May Stage

Details: The Lion In Winter chronicles the personal and political conflicts of Henry II, his wife Eleanor of Aquitaine, and their family as they all stake their claim for the throne. Set during Christmas of 1183, the performance highlights sibling rivalry, adultery, and intrigue.

 

Friday, August 31

AirFest 2018 at Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum

Where: Naval Air Wilwood

Details: AirFest is Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum’s largest annual event featuring live music, food trucks, a beer garden, and more! Plus, The Collings Foundation flies in WWII bombers like B-24 Liberators, B-17 Flying Fortresses, and P-51Mustangs. For flight reservations, visit the Collings Foundation website.

 

Saturday, September 1

Hands On History

Where: Historic Cold Spring Village

Details: Enjoy this history-centric event where children can complete take-home craft activities, like writing with a quill pen, carding wool or making a pinch pot. After each activity, children may get their “passport” stamped and later use it to redeem a free treat at the giftshop. Other family-friendly activities include historic dress up, games and live entertainment.

 

Sunday, September 2

‘Titular’ at SOMA NewArt Gallery

Where: SOMA NewArt Gallery

Details: SOMA NewArt Gallery is exited to present its fourth exhibition of the year, Titular. Titular is a joint exhibition by regional artists Victor Grasso and Adam Wallacavage. Grasso combines 20th century American realism with the peculiarity found in fantasy, to create portraits that ignite feelings of desire, want, and need. In contrast, Wallacvage explores his fascination with the sea as well as the mystery and endless imagination of the Victorian esthetic.

 

Monday, September 3

Cape May City Elementary School Presents: I Hate Monologues

Where: Cape May Elementary School

Details: In this hilarious British play, a Shakespearean actor matches wits with a young trusting girl and a middle-aged director in over her head as they take on Richard III. Performances are held every Monday and Wednesday at 8 PM through the end of August and Sundays at Noon through the end of September.

The Queen Victoria is open all year long. Visit our Cape May hotel and enjoy Labor Day this year. We’re at the center of it all – great shops, restaurants and entertainment. Visit our Rooms page to learn more about our award-winning accommodations.