We just returned from staying a week in Unit #16 of the Bayshore in Provincetown, MA. We loved the location, and the unit itself was clean and very charming. However, the problem with this 2 BR unit is in order to get to the kitchen the bedroom as to be walked through and there is no privacy door on that bedroom. It is a plastic curtain as such with a very small bed. But the other bedroom has the bigger bed, but no closet. A canvas stand alone unit. This BR has the A/C, the small BR has a ceiling fan. If this was used by a family it probably would have been a little more convenient since privacy would not be such an issue. And the PARKING was just awful.
The Bayshore advertises and charges for for WI fI AND parking and they really don't offer either. Our parking was a nightmare to the point where a guest who said she was an owner of Unit #20 (we were not informed that Bayshore had owners paying condo fees for parking while giving out parking to their tenents. When we checked in we were told we could park anywhere on the right side of the building.
And the Wi Fi worked the first and second day - then it didn't work for the next four. It was extremely frustrating, especially if you plan on working or doing anything on your computer.
I am not sure I would go back again.
- Also Known As:
- Bayshore/Chandler House Hotel Provincetown