Where To Stay In Provincetown MA
STAY: Crowne Pointe Inn. Though the “E’s” at the end of Crown and Point might lead you to believe it’s pretentious or hokey, it is anything but. Former NYC Fireman, David Sanford and his partner Thomas Walter, purchased this 1700’s whaling captain’s home on the hill in 1998, sunk a bunch of bucks and wit into its renovation and, viola – a charming, quiet, welcoming inn just one block off funky Commercial St. Placid cottage-like rooms encircle a redwood and brick courtyard where rubber duckies and an alligator head float languidly in a small kidney-shaped pool and a stone Buddha graces the lip of the bubbling hot tub. Rooms vary in size – some are small and homey with the latest bedding, venetian blinds, and pleasing pastel walls, others are large and elegantly traditional. A gourmet, made-to-order breakfast free with room is probably the best deal on the Cape and is, in some estimations, worth the price of the room itself. Rates $99-$650, vary by season and include an extensive wine and cheese hour, unlimited use of the saunas and mineral bath in the on-site world-class Shui Spa, and a savory multi-course, cooked to order gourmet breakfast for two. And FREE parking!
STAY: Newly purchased and renovated Inns are popping up, including Roux, a playful, chic “drop dead gorgeous” B&B that “proudly serves the LGBTQ community,” and The Secret Garden Inn – a charming, moderately priced B&B, right in the center of town (closest to ferries), with rooms updated to include private bathrooms.
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