Provincetown, Massachusetts Hotel Open seasonally from April through October, Surfside Hotel & Suites in Provincetown, Massachusetts welcomes guests with recently redecorated guestrooms, superb hospitality, and a fine array of amenities. Our totally non-smoking, gay-friendly property also features an ideal location that's convenient to a multitude of shopping and dining options on lively Commercial Street as well as top Cape Cod attractions. What's more, we're more than happy to have you and your pet stay with us, daily pet fees do apply.
All guestrooms are equipped with microwave, refrigerator, premium cable television, balcony, and cozy bathrobes. One- and two-bedroom apartments come with full kitchen, dining area, and living room, making them the perfect lodging choice for family vacationers. Our new first-floor waterfront suites offer Jacuzzi tubs, living room, dining area, efficiency kitchen, and private bedroom.
Delight in all kinds of special extras when you stay at Surfside Hotel & Suites. A generous complimentary continental breakfast is served every morning. Guests are treated to access to our private beach as well as poolside bar service at our heated outdoor salt water swimming pool, open from Memorial Weekend to Columbus Day. Free Wi-Fi access throughtout the hotel. And if you have any questions about anything in Provincetown, from gay-friendly beaches to how to find Pilgrim Monument, our gracious staff is on hand to assist you.
All of Cape Cod, and particularly Provincetown, boasts loads of fine dining choices. Everything from family-friendly eateries to intimate bistros is located along Commercial Street, just a stroll away from Surfside Hotel & Suites. Whether you crave a bowl of clam chowder or desire a taste of "nouveau" Mexican, Provincetown's exceptional restaurants are at your service. Just two doors down is award-winning Fanizzi's Restaurant, where you can enjoy your favorite Italian dish, seafood or steak, plus an amazing view of the Cape Cod Bay right from your dining table.
There is so much to see and do on Cape Cod that the hard part is deciding where to start. Walk over 250 feet into the sky when you traverse the tower steps of Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown. Take your dog for a romp over at Pilgrim Bark Park. Take advantage of all the great beaches for fishing, swimming, and sunbathing.