We are thinking about you and hope you and your families are doing well.
We wanted to give you an update on the happenings in Massachusetts and Provincetown. Our Governor just issued an order keeping non essential businesses closed and stay at home orders in place till May 18, 2020. We hope at that time to be able to reopen but the Governor described businesses as opening in phases so we are not quite sure what that means. As information flows we will keep you informed. Provincetown issued an order effective May 1, 2020 that any one except for persons in an enclosed vehicle would be required to wear a mask while on Commercial Street from Bangs Street to Pleasant Street. Additionally masks are to be worn while in any enclosed business. There is an Recovery Coalition Group that is in place to advise the town manager on how to proceed when businesses and town begins to reopen. We share with you the current information and want everyone to remember that the situation is fluid and many things may change before your return to Provincetown.
We have made a few changes to our cancellation policy and wanted to share those with everyone. The adjustments to the policy are in bold type and there are 2 strikethroughs to show our modifications.
The following are a few adjustments to the current cancellation policy and will remain in effect until further notice.
You may transfer your 2020 reservation and deposit to the same period in 2021 keeping the same rate and ensuring the room of your choice. You may also transfer your deposit to another time of your choosing in 2020 subject to availability. Both options would be processed without penalty. Below you will find modifications to the days required to notify us of a cancellation from 21 days to 14 days and the additional terms of our cancellation policy.