About Hyannis, Massachusetts

Hyannis, Massachusetts is a village located near the Cape Cod town of Barnstable, and was a busy fishing and trade port during the 1800s.

Today Hyannis is the largest town on Cape Cod, and is a popular vacation destination drawing visitors from around the country and the world to enjoy its harbor, beaches, fishing, cruises, and stunning natural beauty.

Hyannis Beach Hotel Accommodations.

Located in the heart of downtown Hyannis, Massachusetts just minutes from the area’s top beaches, family attractions, museums, shopping, and dining, the International Inn & Suites is a charming boutique hotel that offers fabulous accommodations for family vacations and romantic getaways in Hyannis, MA. Stay with us and enjoy a variety of top resort hotel amenities like a swimming pool, Jacuzzi rooms, supervised childcare, on-site dining, and so much more just minutes away from the best beaches, cruises and attractions in Hyannis and Cape Cod, Massachusetts. [Top]

Hyannis Harbor.

Hyannis Harbor is a busy port of call and serves as the main point of entry and exit for ferry service to Nantucket Island. The harbor is known for its scenic beauty and offers visitors a range of attractions including harbor and bay cruises, whale watching tours, dining, shopping, beaches, and more. www.hyannis.com [Top]

Hyannis Whale Watching Tours.

Cape Cod is a popular whale watching destination offering a variety of whale watching tours. The area is located near feeding grounds of the whales that migrate along the coast, offering visitors a unique look at these majestic ocean creatures. Once almost depleted of whales due to the abundance of whaling ships that once sailed the waters off Cape Cod, the area is now a marine sanctuary that protects these important ocean animals. Enjoy a whale watching cruise and see humpback, finback and right whales, plus dolphins, sea birds and a variety of other marine animals.
  • Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch.

    Enjoy the beauty of Cape Cod Bay and see majestic humpback, finback, right, and minke whales on an exciting three-hour cruise. Onboard naturalists offer tons of interesting information about whales, dolphins, birds and other wildlife. The boat also has a snack bar that offers breakfast and lunch, plus cocktails, beer, and more. www.whalewatch.com/dolphinfleet [Top]

Hyannis Harbor & Dinner Cruises.

From fun clambakes and harbor tours to romantic sunset cruises, Hyannis Harbor is home to several companies offering cruises to please everyone. Families will enjoy a cruise of the harbor or bay and couples can get cozy on a romantic trip to Nantucket Island or Martha’s Vineyard. No matter what type of cruise you’re looking for, you’ll find it at Hyannis Harbor.
  • Hy-Line Cruises.

    Hy-Line Cruises offers Cape Cod Canal tours, Hyannis Port Harbor cruises, deep-sea fishing tours, and trips to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Island on comfortable, modern boats. www.hy-linecruises.com [Top]

Hyannis Harbor Lighthouse.

Erected in 1848, the Hyannis Harbor Lighthouse is a beautiful historic landmark that originally featured a Fresnel lens and cast-iron lantern. Built to help guide boats past the treacherous Southwestern Shoal, today the lighthouse is a beloved Hyannis Harbor feature that is owned by antique dealers Janice Hyland and Alan Granby. [Top]
International Inn & Suites - Hyannis, Massachusetts (MA)
662 Main Street, Hyannis, Massachusetts 02601
Reservations: 877-528-3353 Contact: 508-775-5600