Cuban Art and Culture Conference

in Provincetown Massachusetts

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June is a very popular time for weekends visits to Provincetown. The Cuba Conference has been scheduled on a weekend where no other major events are happening so rooms are a bit more available but you still want to book early. Provincetown offers dozens and dozens of lodging choices in a variety of locations and price ranges.

Below we offer suggestions for lodging, advice and tourism organization websites you can visit for more choices if one of our suggestions is sold out or not right for you. We strongly recommend suggestion #1 and #2.

Provincetown Lodging Suggestions

We are fortunate to have these fine establishments offering discounts to the Cuba conference attendees:

#1 suggestion: Crown and Anchor - 247 Commercial Street

The centrally located and main Cuba conference venue locationCrown and Anchor offers 18 rooms to attendees at preferential rates.

Standard room rate is $185 but discounted to $148 for attendees, 11 rooms available

Suite rate is $225 but discounted to $180 for attendees, 7 rooms available

  • Two night minimum booking
  • Free off site parking on Bradford Street
  • Stay three nights and get the discount AND a fourth night for free!
  • Call (508) 487-1430 extension 1 or 227 and mention the CubaCon discount

#2 suggestion: Prince Albert Guest House - 164 Commercial Street

We are happy to announce that the Prince Albert guest house at 164 Commercial Street has rooms available to conference attendees for Thursday night and Friday night (or earlier) but they are sold out for Saturday night June 12.  

The Queen rooms with a private bath are being offered to attendees for the discounted rate of $100 per night.

The King rooms with private bath are being offered to attendees for the discounted rate of $150 per night.

See the variety of rooms here.

Please mention the CubaCon discount. Two night minimum required to get the discount.

#3 suggestion: Moffett House - 296A Commercial Street

The Moffett House is a cozy bed and breakfast in the center of town. They are offering our attendees mid-season rates of $80 to $130 per night AND free use of a bicycle during your stay. If you are coming for Thursday through Sunday, you can stay Wednesday or Sunday night for free.

Also, they will let you reserve one night only but a slightly higher rate will apply.

#4 suggestion: Boatslip Resort - 161 Commercial Street

The Boatslip Resort is located at 161 Commercial Street. Rates range from $129 to $179 per night. Ask about minimum night stays.

#5 suggestion: Provincetown Inn - 1 Commercial Street

Rates range from $79 to $159+ with plenty of rooms and views to choose from. About one mile out of town but located in a very picturesque location. About a 15 minute walk or $5 taxi ride from the center of town. If you book Thursday and Friday, you must book Saturday night as well. If you book Friday night and Saturday night, you have to book Sunday night as well. But, ask for details.

#6 suggestion: Cape Inn - 698 Commercial Street

The Cape Inn at 698 Commercial Street is just a short cab ride out of town, about $5. or expect a 15-20 minute walk, one mile from the center of town. The Cape Inn is great if you are looking for motel style discount lodging. Ask about the AAA discount. Rates range from $79 to $109 for weeknights, $109 to $139 for weekends. If you stay on Saturday night, you need to book a second night.

More: The above choices are a good sampling of lodging choices in Provincetown but there are plenty of small bed and breakfast inns in Provincetown that offer great alternatives. There are also high end establishments if you are looking for a "day spa" type experience. See the links below for a more comprehensive list.

Provincetown parking map

Click on the image above for the full map. The left side of the map is the "West side" of town and the right side is referred to as the "East side" of town. Your lodging choice should be in the area shown on this map in order to have a short walk from place to place.

Provincetown Lodging Advice

Commercial Street location: Commercial street numbers that are comfortable walking distance from the centrally located venues are 150 to 450. Roughly speaking, the geographic "center" of town is MacMillan Pier at 260 Commercial Street.

Bradford Street location: For Bradford Street the street numbers in a comfortable walking range are from 50 to 175. Lodging outside of these numbers is still very walkable but figure a ten minute walk outside these numbers.

Parking: If you are booking a bed and breakfast, be sure to ask about parking. Some offer free parking spots which are hard to come by in Provincetown.

Bathrooms: Be sure to ask if your room has a private bath or a shared bath.

Noise: Provincetown is a small city in the summer with a VERY vibrant nightlife. If you are bothered by street noise or nightclub music, be sure to ask the lodging establishment about these noises.

Pet friendly, family friendly, smoking, etc: Be sure to ask about your special needs. It's a good idea to call a couple different establishments so you can choose the best one that is right for you.

Provincetown Tourism Organizations

Provincetown Business Guild - Lodging link

Provincetown Tourism Office - Accommodations link

Provincetown Chamber of Commerce - Accommodations link

If your choice is sold out or if you are not sure of what lodging establishment is not right for you. Call the tourist organizations listed above and tell them what you are looking for and they will offer suggestions.


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