Sponsored by the Women's Innkeepers of Provincetown, this week-long event brings thousands of women, both straight and gay, ... More
Sponsored by the Women's Innkeepers of Provincetown, this week-long event brings thousands of women, both straight and gay, to the Cape for sporting events, a craft fair, harbor cruises, self-help groups, lectures, singles events, a prom and much more. A community dinner is a popular draw. Some events are free, others cost within a USD7-USD40 range. Check the web site for a schedule of events, locations and costs. Not all locations accept credit cards.
Unpleasant people, nasty at best! bedbugs in room, and they asked us to leave! Even the Chamber told us this is not the first time they have had complaints about this place, take notice save your money, if you need pet friendly try Surfside in town, very very nice people, there are others that are bug free, but stay clear of this place trust me.
Women's Week = Too much fun, not enough time! The entertainment was outstanding and the comedians outragious. We stayed at Gabriel's and it was absolutely wonderful, what a great location in town and what great hospitality. We will be back again and again!
We attended our first Women's Week 14 years ago with another couple and loved it so much, that we have it permanently etched into our calendar. The very first year we were there, we met several couples whom we now consider to be close friends. For the past 2 years, we have rented adjoining condos with these friends during Women's Week. We can't wait to get to get back for 2007!
Everyone was wonderful. The Bed and Breakfast was Seasons and it was outstanding. A place where we will come back and bring more friend to have them experience the fun we had. The whale watching was something else Thank you.