Provincetown, Massachusetts or "P-Town" is a popular summer vacation and weekend spot for gays (and straights) from New York, Montreal and, of course, Boston. Provincetown sits on the very end of Cape Cod and its isolation helped an artist's community form here in the 1960s. With that community, gay men and women... More
Boatslip beachside view. Tent was for a stageplay.
Stay at the home of the famous T danceIf you can't stand to be too far from the action, stay here. While the 45 rooms aren't all that, you can have a nice view and you'll get free access to... More
Lobster anyoneThe annual trip to PTown would not be complete without a trip to the Lobster Pot. This year's lobster (3 lbs) was amazing and almost too much for the two of us (but we managed) The staff is friendly and talkative, even if the place was packed, they make you feel welcome
PTown Crew's QuartersIt's great to stay in the middle of commercial street where all the actions is. The staff( Rufus, Chris and Ben) where very friendly. The room I stayed in was on the 3rd floor (narrow stairs) on the street side of the building, right up front in full sun all day. No air conditioning. Very small window(approx 2' sq) and a ceiling fan. Very hot and stuffy. The room was only slightly larger than the full size bed and small bureau with a tiny closet (filled with space heaters). The shared bathroom was clean, but also very small compared to the facilities on the first and second floors. I don't want to sound negative as the location and shared rooms (lobby and TV room) where quite nice. $139 per night was a bit pricey for the room and continental breakfast, but one must pay for the location. Also, there is no parking on the premises, so parking in the town run lot is required ($180) for the week. As much as I enjoyed being right down town, I feel that I will not be staying there again if I can find other lodging. I have been renting a cabin, farther away from the main drag, for $1000 per week that had a kitchen, removing the need to purchase every meal at a restaurant. When I go back to PTown next summer, I'm going back to the cabin and the 2 mile walk to town.First to Review
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West End - 67 Bradford St, Provincetown, MA
1. Spiritus Pizza (20 fans)
Good pizza at an after-party institution
2. Lobster Pot (9 fans)
The name says it all
3. Bayside Betsy's (10 fans)
Fabulous views...and waiters
4. The Mews Restaurant & Cafe (10 fans)
Waterfront bistro fare
5. Victor's (5 fans)
New American cuisine