The Red Inn

The Red Inn

Inn in Provincetown
  • Inn
  • LGBTQ-friendly

Perhaps best known for its award-winning fine dining restaurant, The Red Inn has also been providing rooms to tourists since the early 1900s. President Theodore Roosevelt once stayed here, along with a number of other celebrities of the time, and a recent renovation has seen an uptick in room quality. The inn has a charming old-world feel, with fireplaces, pine floors, beamed ceilings and antique art and furnishings, and it's run with the same attention to detail the management employs at the restaurant.

Satellite/Cable TV
Bath tub
Luggage storage
Daily newspaper
Complimentary breakfast
Complimentary beverages

The Red Inn, Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA, United States

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