Would I recommend this place? Well, it depends. It worked alright with me because I was looking for an accomodation for one day only, and most places in ptown require at least a 2-nights stay in high season. I like walking so the distance from the city center was no issue, but you should take inti account that it's a nice 30 minutes walk from the hotel to, say, The Lobster Pot. And 30 min. to come back. So if you take a walk in the morning and then go out for dinner in the evening, in the end it's a couple of hours you spend up and down Commercial Street. It's fun, but I wouldn't like to do it everyday if I were to stay there for a week. The Provincetown Inn was built in the 30’s and the main building looks as it hasn't been renovated fo a while, yet it can still display some aspects of what must have been its original "grandeur". My room was in the old building, on the second floor, and was acceptable both in size and in cleanliness. The balcony was nice, and the light breathtaking, as you are at the very end of the cape. Breakfast was rich and very good. I had the impression the owners are doing their best to keep the place going without spending the money it would take to bring it back to its original high-end elegance. As it is, it is one of the best deals I found in ptown.
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