by Maxwell Barna
Harbor Hotel Provincetown is an ideal location for families who are looking to experience all the quirky fun for which Provincetown is known.
This beachfront property consists of 119 guest rooms and 10 suites, all tastefully remodeled with fashion, art and comfort in mind. Each room comes standard with full private baths, air conditioning and flat screen televisions, along with access to a coffee bar and complimentary Wi-Fi Internet in the hotel’s lobby. There are also pet-friendly and connecting rooms on the property.
The Harbor Hotel Provincetown’s restaurant, The Whaler Lounge, is a popular hangout for locals and visitors alike. In the summer, guests have access to the poolside Cabana Bar, where they can order up a full menu of appetizers and entrees, while sampling from an extensive bar menu.
The property is also dead center in the heart of Provincetown, affording guests premiere access to all of the town’s wonderful shops, boutiques, museums, restaurants and attractions.
Our Editor Loves
- Excellent location to beach and Provincetown
- Connecting rooms
- Pet-friendly rooms
- Water Sports
- Connecting Rooms
- Onsite Dining
After a year of caring for my terminally ill mother , I decided to join my Friends for Spookybear . I found this hotel on Groupon and it cost about $78 for one night . Room served its purpose , at check in everyone seemed nice , and it was clean . You could also smell the beautiful ocean air . I had read there was a shuttle to town and the front desk staff said it’s no longer running for the season, but gave me some taxi numbers and of course uber/lyft .
I got ready in my room , slept there , and took a shower and left . When I went to check out I asked for a receipt she said Groupon provides it to you . I said ok so their is no additional fees she said no , but let me check . She said just the “Destination fee “ of $22.89 . I said what is that a tourism tax she said no for the resort amenities . I said what amenities? She said the pool (which I said is closed cuz it’s November ) , wifi (no one told me there was WiFi so I never used it or knew about it ) , the Shuttle (which was not running during my stay and cost me $14 lyft into town and a $8 taxi back ) and parking ok I used that but when your outside the main town area you shouldn’t be charging your guests a parking fee .
Up until check out I thought I might come back next summer during the warmer months but now that I feel nickel-and dimed I don’t know , I might go back and stay at the Sand Castle Inn since their amenities are indoors at least .
by Karla B
Skip this place, very pricey. Then they charge you a $20.00/night destination fee. When I asked what that was for she said for the pool, WIFI and parking. It was October, pool was closed. And no other hotel in that area charges for WiFi. And charging for PARKING>??? No breakfast was included, it was available but limited and expensive. Room was clean but no table and chairs to eat. We had to place our coffee on the air conditioning unit and eat sitting on our beds. NEVER AGAIN!!!!