|"Staff is very friendly and helpful"||(in 92 reviews)|
|"Scenic view and great location"||(in 98 reviews)|
|""Clean rooms, great view.""||(in 19 reviews)|
|"Rooms need to be updated desperately."||(in 56 reviews)|
|"The bathroom was tiny barley any space"||(in 18 reviews)|
|"Outside of room had litter too."||(in 2 reviews)|
|breakfast buffet||in 225 reviews|
|great location||in 212 reviews|
|room was clean||in 198 reviews|
|staff were very friendly||in 196 reviews|
|beach and pool||in 125 reviews|
|walk to town||in 76 reviews|
|ocean view||in 47 reviews|
|provincetown||in 46 reviews|
|bathroom was small||in 34 reviews|
|bed was very comfortable||in 12 reviews|
|second floor||in 10 reviews|
|cable box||in 9 reviews|
|half hour later||in 7 reviews|
|need updating||in 6 reviews|
|due to the pandemic||in 5 reviews|
|beds were so uncomfortable||in 3 reviews|
Location was fabulous, and the staff was wonderful; it felt like a hotel from the 50’s, a strange little time capsule of days gone by.
Rooms really needed to refreshed and the bathrooms modernized.
Great breakfast. Plenty of free parking.
The room is full of some air freshener that is artificial smelling and makes me sneeze. I had to walk a lot and go up stairs to get to my room. There's a lot of empty, wasted space. The art murals are ugly.
Familiarity. Have been going there for 20 years. Location. A lot of the staff very friendly, pleasant and courteous- most of them. Great breakfast.
Pool was not clean. Rooms need updates. For sure could be cleaner. Rates high.
Stained bathroom ceiling, too small of bathroom
The mirror over the sink in the bathroom. You could not wash your face
Experience Provincetown in all its glory at The Provincetown Inn. This historic hotel dates back to the early 1920s, but its history is far richer. The Provincetown Inn, situated at the water's edge at the end of Commercial Street in the westernmost corner of the city, sits on the same tract of land that the Pilgrims first set foot on, as well as where the Mayflower Compact was signed. This unique designation makes the hotel one of the most significant properties in American history; its rich history is reflected in the many full-color murals that grace its walls.
The Provincetown Inn is more than just living history, however. It's a sublimely comfortable, luxurious and laid-back venue that reflects the charm and character of Cape Cod, with the best views of Provincetown Harbor in town. The hotel features 102 spacious, well-appointed guest rooms, private beach access plus the city's largest waterfront pool. The outdoor pool features its own bar and grill, open for lunch in season; the hotel's West End lounge is open year-round to ensure guests can still enjoy the views off-season.
Rooms feature cozy beds, including many king and double bed options, as well as full bathrooms. Studio and one-bedroom suites offer spectacular views and private decks. Most rooms feature harbor or poolside views; all include flat screen color televisions, air conditioning, free WiFi, writing desks, toiletries and charming, New England decor. The hotel's friendly staff are always available to help guests feel at home.
Its proximity to the harbor has made The Provincetown Inn a favorite for everything from weddings and parties to corporate events. Celebrations can be held indoors or outdoors, fully catered with complete open or cash bars. White glove service ensures that every moment exceeds expectations.
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Provincetown Inn is located at 1 Commercial Street, 2,7 km from the centre of Provincetown. Pilgrims' First Landing Park is the closest landmark to Provincetown Inn.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Provincetown Inn.
Yes, Provincetown Inn offers free Wi-Fi.
Yes, Provincetown Inn offers free parking.
No, Provincetown Inn does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Provincetown Inn is 4,4 km from Provincetown. Provincetown Inn is 41,8 km from Hyannis Barnstable.
Yes, Provincetown Inn has a pool on-site.