Hotel Review: Admiral’s Landing

by Anthony Losanno
Admiral's Landing Exterior

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We were in Cape Cod for the weekend. After a friend’s birthday party, we drove to Provincetown to spend a night. I’ve stayed at many B&Bs as well as rented homes on Airbnb in P-town. For this trip, I chose Admiral’s Landing. I’ve stayed here before and was looking forward to returning as it is one of my favorites.

Anthony’s Take: Admiral’s Landing is a hidden gem nestled in P-town. This charming bed and breakfast offers a cozy retreat for travelers seeking a memorable stay. The inn boasts beautifully appointed guest rooms, each thoughtfully designed with a blend of comfort and New England charm. From the friendly and attentive innkeeper at the front desk to the peaceful ambiance of the common areas, every detail at Admiral’s Landing exudes warmth and hospitality.

Admirals Landing Rate


The room was booked on through for $334 plus tax. I chose the Waves Penthouse. Admiral’s Landing offers free parking as well as breakfast.

Map to Provincetown

Transportation to/from the Hotel

We spent the day on Martha’s Vineyard and were coming to Provincetown from the parking lot near the ferry. The ride took a little over two hours. On the way back, we drove to Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and that ride took about two hours and 25 minutes.

Admiral's Landing Building 1


Admiral’s Landing has a prime location just steps away from Commercial Street and in close proximity to Provincetown’s renowned art galleries, shops, and dining options. It’s the perfect haven for those looking to immerse themselves in the unique culture and natural beauty of this enchanting coastal town.

Admirals Landing Front Desk


We checked in after 6:00 PM. The front desk was closed but one of the owners called us while we were on our way to explain where our room was located, where we could find the key, how to order breakfast via QR code (orders need to be in by 7:00 PM), and that with the key we would find a letter with the Wi-Fi password and more information. The call was appreciated and everything was found as described.

Waves Penthouse

Waves Penthouse

There are five rooms, two studios, and one penthouse at the B&B.

Stairs to Waves Penthouse

The Waves Penthouse I booked is in the second building away from the main one. The Waves Penthouse is located up the stairs.

Coastal Art 1


Coastal Art 2


Coastal Art 3

I liked the coastal art that was hanging in the hallway.

Waves Penthouse Living Room 1

The living room area is to the right when you enter the room.

Waves Penthouse Living Room 2

There is a comfy couch and ottoman near the door.

Waves Penthouse Living Room 3

Another big chair is found near the fireplace. A TV is over the fireplace.

Waves Penthouse Tray

I loved the tray near the chair. All of the decor gave the room a real sense of place.

Waves Penthouse Bed

The king-sized bed is located across from the living area. There are two nightstands flanking the bed.

Waves Penthouse Outlets

I appreciated the number of outlets and USB ports provided.

Admiral's Landing Chocolate

We arrived to find chocolates on our bed.

Waves Penthouse Kitchenette

A kitchenette is near the fireplace and across from the bed.

Waves Penthouse Mugs

Everything you could need is found here including a microwave, refrigerator, Keurig, coffee, dishes, and more. How cute are these mugs?

Waves Penthouse Keurig

The Keurig has everything you need for morning coffee.

Waves Penthouse Refrigerator

The refrigerator is empty for your personal items.

Waves Penthouse Closet

The closet next to the kitchenette has an iron, ironing board, and luggage racks.

Waves Penthouse Bathroom 1

The entrance to the huge bathroom is located next to the bed. There are two sinks immediately inside.

Waves Penthouse Bathroom 2

A large, freestanding bathtub is across near the window.

Waves Penthouse Bathroom 3

The glassed-in shower is on the right side of the bathroom. It’s spacious and water pressure is good.

Waves Penthouse Bathroom 4

The toilet is in the opposite corner.

Waves Penthouse Soap

Bar soap and disposable cups were found near the sinks.

Waves Penthouse Toiletries

Bottles were mounted in the shower with Gilchrist & Soames brand shampoo, conditioner, and shower gel.

Admiral's Landing Buoy

When it was time for bed, we put this buoy on the door handle.

Admiral's Landing Lobby 1

Public Areas & Amenities

The hotel’s lobby is cozy. It’s a great spot to relax (especially when it is rainy as it was during our visit). Admiral’s Landing offers free parking and the lot was not full while we were there.

Admiral's Landing Lobby 2

Complimentary coffee, water, and ice are available in the lobby.

Admiral's Landing Lobby 3

The coastal decor adds a lot to being in Cape Cod.

Admiral's Landing Rainbow

Since it is P-town, a rainbow was an appropriate throw pillow.

Admiral's Landing Breakfast 1


Breakfast is brought to your room around 8:30 AM. There is a good variety of cold items to choose from including cereal, granola, yogurt, a baked good, juice, and more. You choose what you want by 7:00 PM the night before and it’s delivered to your door.

Admiral's Landing Breakfast 2

The day’s baked good was an Almond Bear Claw. It was so good.

Admiral's Landing

Overall Impression: Admiral’s Landing is cozy and comfortable. It’s located in the perfect spot, which is just close enough to everything but tucked back far enough to be peaceful. We loved the Waves Penthouse, service, and breakfast.

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