This is an older hotel with lots of charm! Loved the murals in the halls depicting Provincetown in history. The halls had some musty smell, but that was expected considering the location of the Inn.
The rooms were as expected for a hotel of this age. The beds were newer and quite comfortable. Walls looked freshly painted. Carpeting was well cared for, possibly new within the past few years. Tub had new surround. Sink was small and toilet was close to the wall, but my heavy body fit just fine. Plumbing worked just fine. It was clean and comfortable. Air conditioning worked fine. Refigrigerator was larger than expected. No hair dryer. Towels were like sand paper. Nice deck overlooking the water and pool. Breakfast was adequate with cereals, hard cooked eggs, nice fruit, bagels, muffins, danish, juices, coffee, tea, etc. The bagels were excellent! Only complaint was that they ran out of coffee twice before the breakfast time was over.
No complaints with service, and the banquet facilities were good. Food was good. Space was excellent. No elevator, but I needed the exercise walking the stairs.
Would definitely go back again for another conference.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking