by Maxwell Barna
The Crowne Point Historic Inn & Spa is located right in the heart of Provincetown, steps away from both the beach and the town’s best restaurants and bars.
The inn is a local landmark, boasting exceptionally well-preserved, 140-year-old Victorian architecture, as well as some of the most well-manicured landscaping in town. Within the property, guests will find six perfectly restored buildings, containing 40 rooms and suites. The main mansion features a two-story wraparound porch, and some of the rooms include fireplaces and Whirlpools.
Guests will enjoy access to the inn’s award-winning spa, along with a hot daily breakfast, daily wine and cheese social, free parking, Wi-Fi Internet, and coffee and tea all day in the main lobby.
The one pet-friendly room at the inn, Room 201, places no age, size or weight limitations on dogs, but no cats are allowed on the premises.
Important note for families: No one under the age of 16 is allowed on the premises. No exceptions.
Our Editor Loves
- Close to shops, restaurants and beach
- Pet friendly accommodations
- Complimentary hot breakfast daily
- Onsite Dining
We've stayed here a few times. For PTown this place & it's sister inn, the Brass Key are really very luxurious. Most of the inns are fairly basic with over priced rooms. Now we were well off season, but for $195, I thought the price was well within the norm for such nice accommodations. The Pointe Rest. is nice, but can get very noisy. The food was good overall, but was disappointed with the Clam Chowder, which was thick as porridge! Chowders need to have milk/light cream & much less roux. which just thickens it & hides the inferiority of the dish. Having a food service bus. we felt the chowder was sourced from an outside vendor. My Roast Chix was among the best I've had in years. Reminded me a bit of Gordon Hammersley's Bistro. Richard's Chix. Parm was Ok, but not stellar. The dessert we felt needed Lemon zest & not reconstituted lemon juice. Richard is a pastry chef & among the best in New England. The morning breakfast was very nice. A real departure from the "full" breakfasts you get at other inns that are really over glorified continental style.
Walking distance to everything in town. Great service and staff. Highly recommend for anyone. The queen room "unique we got this time was unique due to both fire place and jacuzzi tub but it was a little tight. Could have done without the jacuzzi tub but a great stay regardless.