Crowne Pointe Loves Pets

 

Crowne Pointe Inn Keeps You Out of the Doghouse.

Let the pet pal you love travel in luxury with you at Crowne Pointe... where Pets Are Welcome.  Whether checked in for work or play, what could be more wonderful than snuggling up with your favorite furry friend during your stay?   Provincetown was recently named the most pet friendly town in the U.S.

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Pet agreement

Pet Policy & FAQ’s

Question  Are pets allowed? 

Answer  We love well behaved dogs!  We have one pet room at the hotel, room 201. This room has two entrances.  One dog is allowed with no weight limit or size limit.  One entrance has its own large covered deck with seating and the other entrance leads to the hotel courtyard and gardens.  We ask all guests to sign a waiver at check-in stating that the guest is responsible for any damage caused by the animal. We also ask for the guest's cell-phone number in the event they are out and the animal is causing a disturbance.

Question  How far do you have to walk to take your pet out?

Answer   Right behind the Inn is a large parking lot with grass and trees.

-There is a non refundable per night service fee for my pet (s) of $30.00 per pet, per night.  I understand that additional fees may apply in the event my pet causes any damage.
-All guests must sign a pet liability waiver at check in.
-Pet must be fully trained and appropriately restrained by guest.
-Only one dog is allowed in our pet room, sorry no cats allowed.
-We reserve the right to terminate occupancy without refund if damage or disturbances persist.
-Pet must be kept on a leash when in the hotel or on hotel property unless it is in the guest's room.
- Pets must not be left unattended.
-If your pet is accustomed to sleeping on furniture we kindly ask that you bring your own blanket or sheet for the dog.
- Pets are not allowed in any food and beverage areas, courtyards or pool areas of the hotel. This exclusion does not apply to guide dogs.
-Guests are responsible for cleaning up after their pet on hotel property and in the neighborhood.
- Any disturbances such as barking must be curtailed to ensure other guests are not inconvenienced.
- Guests must contact the housekeeping department to arrange for a convenient time for servicing their room.
-Guests are responsible for all property damages and/or personal injuries resulting from their pet.
-Guests agree to indemnify and hold harmless the hotel, its owners and its operator from all liability and damage suffered as a result of the guest's pet.
-The hotel reserves the right to charge guest's account commensurate to the cost of such damages.

4/10/10  Dog Fancy(R) Magazine Names America's Best Dog Parks   Provincetown's Pilgrim Bark Park #2 in the USA   article link

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