The Queen Vic Guest House Provincetown is a historical B&B located in Provincetown MA off the tip of Cape Cod. We offer 10 rooms each with private baths, T.V., Wi-Fi & A/C. The Queen Vic is located directly on Commercial Street and we are conveniently close to everything which Provincetown has to offer including the Pilgrim Monument and the local beaches. We are known for having one of the BEST front yards on Commercial St. to have a cocktail and to watch the nightly parade while catching up with old friends or making new ones!
The Queen Vic has insured the continued safety in 2021 for us and our guest beginning at check-in. Your keys will be placed in a sealed envelope waiting for you as contactless check-in procedures are still in place to welcome you.
For 2021, we are serving hot, made-to-order breakfasts directly to you. We are excited to offer you several new hot breakfast choices that we think you will love. There will be order cards in your room to specify your desired meal and a time for delivery so breakfast can be brought to you either in your room or the Front or Rear Courtyard.
The common areas are open for guests to relax & safely mingle. Our beautiful front yard set back from Commercial Street, our back garden and the upstairs back deck are all available at breakfast time and throughout the day. Cape Cod has great, clean ocean air, and this year is the time to appreciate it. Also, we are proud to announce that Queen Vic guests will receive 25% off your meal price any time you visit our sister business, Cafe Heaven, for the whole duration of your stay with us.
We really look forward to making new and happy memories with you.
See you soon, and stay safe,
Josh & Stan
230 Commercial Street
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The group’s marketing agency , RSVPtown, works with national brand advertisers on native content for the national and tourist audiences, focused on the full range of marketing opportunities across Provincetown experiences, venues and infrastructure. The group opened a storefront as RSVPtown, to help visitors “Make Better Choices” by connecting them with essential Provincetown experiences, unique talents and tribes, as well as the singular natural Cape features. It promotes our advertisers and partners. Venue in the middle of town is modest, well located, and set up for pop up stores and more intense campaigns to reach the unique, influential, engaged visitors to Provincetown. Staffed in the afternoons, with 24/7 digital and analog displays promoting events and activities, we meet visitors in their “happy place”. Major campaigns over the past few years have included just about every possible marketing vector as components for a few complementary destinations, pharmaceuticals, films, spirits, a hotel chain and apparel companies, in addition to 60+ local guest houses, restaurants, shops, orgs, galleries, transport.
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