Thursday, June 20, 2024

Stowaway Inn – Provincetown MA

It’s not often you get to stay in a freshly redeveloped hotel and it is just like you are home for the weekend. The Stowaway Inn is the new name for what was the Roux Inn. Its new owner, the dashing Steven Azar, has only been in ownership for 3 and a half months, and in that time has given the place a bit of a facelift, and it feels like the Inn was always there!

The Inn is peppered with amazing art, mostly from local artists, and is, therefore, an extended gallery showcasing how beautiful art from Provincetown might look in your own home!

Steven is making sure that the Inn welcomes in all kinds of guests, and when we were there (just before Bear Week 2019) the guests were a mixture of lesbians, older LGBT men, us, and a few younger guys. Breakfast around the breakfast bar with great coffee, fruit, bread, bagels, fresh greek yogurt and granola, was fun as we all chit chatted and had a fun catch up about who we all were.

The bedrooms are great and there are a few different options. You get free use of bicycles when you stay and the AC is perfect!

The Inn is three and a half mins by bike away from The Boatslip. It’s also right next door to the East End Market, moments from a public beach, and has a ton of amazing general and in-room amenities, all listed on the website, as well as partnering with OUTERMOST YOGA too.

If you’re coming to Provincetown any time soon, you have to stay with Steven at the Stowaway!



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