PROVINCETOWN, MA – APRIL 3, 2018 – Fodor’s, the leading name in travel guides for more than 80 years, has announced that Christopher’s by the Bay Bed & Breakfast has been awarded a Fodor’s Best as one of The Best Adults-Only Hotels in Cape Cod for Peak Relaxation.
Every year, the editors and experts of Fodor’s evaluate thousands of hotels across the globe. While every hotel listed in a Fodor’s guide is deemed worthy of a traveler’s time, only those offering a truly distinctive experience are given the Fodor’s Best designation. The Fodor’s Best hotel recipients are the best of the best providing a remarkable experience in their category.
As a Fodor’s Best recipient, Christopher’s by the Bay Bed & Breakfast will receive special recognition on Fodors.com in the category The Best Adults-Only Hotels in Cape Cod for Peak Relaxation
Dave McGlothlin and Jim Rizzo, co-owners of Christopher’s by the Bay said: Thank you so much to Fodor’s for this recognition. We are honored and are especially appreciative of our wonderful guests who come ‘home’ to Christopher’s each year. Thank you so much and we look forward to seeing you in Provincetown!
About Christopher’s by the Bay Bed & Breakfast:
Christopher's by the Bay is an awarding bed and breakfast in exciting downtown Provincetown. Located on a quiet side street in the heart of town, this 1850's Victorian inn features private and shared baths, relaxing indoor and outdoor common areas, wonderful bay views and all of the charm of a classic Cape Cod sea captain’s home. All of the rooms in this art-inspired inn are named after the greats - Michelangelo, Picasso, Dali, O'Keefe, etc. - and works of art by local artists are showcased at Christopher's.
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