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Guests at P’town Hotel to Pay Rate Equal to Temperature

Tuesday Sep 18, 2012

Boston, MA - When planning a trip to Provincetown on Cape Cod, visitors looking for a deal on their hotel stay should pay close attention to the weather report.

Starting on September 12, the Harbor Hotel Provincetown, open year-round and located just a mile from Provincetown center, returns with its "Pay The Temperature" promotion for the third year in a row based off of popular demand.

The hotel will be basing its daily room rate on the Provincetown temperature on the day of check-in. With 70 degrees being the average temperature in September and readings going down for the following three months, guests can expect great deals throughout the fall.

To book a reservation based on the daily temperature call 855.447.8696. This special rate cannot be booked online, is based on availability, is not available on weekends in September and stay must be completed by December 16, 2012.

The hotel will be basing its daily room rate on the Provincetown temperature on the day of check-in.

Guests will be charged a $50 non-refundable deposit. Their daily room rate for the duration of their stay will be determined upon arrival based on the Provincetown temperature at 2pm, as reported by the National Weather Service.

Harbor Hotel Provincetown, a year-round waterfront hotel boasts fresh, contemporary interiors with 119 guestrooms and 10 suites - many with water views and some pet friendly rooms. A popular local hangout, Whaler Lounge, beckons with extra comfortable chairs, art-filled walls, live entertainment and an exciting new food and drink menu.

Other highlights include an outdoor patio lounge with fire pit and deck, and a seasonal outdoor pool with Cabana Bar offering cocktails and grilled favorites. Guests enjoy complimentary continental breakfast, all-day coffee bar, flat screen TV's and connecting rooms.

For more information visit or call 855.447.8696.

Located on Route 6A, 698 Commercial Street, Provincetown, Cape Cod Massachusetts.


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