Roux ~ Provincetown, Mass

Headed to P-Town this summer? Consider a stay at Roux B&B.



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The hottest bed and breakfest under new ownership, Roux, is now accepting reservations on their website for stays beginning in July. Roux will be open year-round. 

Roux, is a beautifully restored Victorian property located in Provincetown's East End Gallery District - an easy walk to everything Provincetown has to offer.

Roux may be one of the newest additions to the Provincetown B&B landscape, but she has a history. Rich. Welcoming. Playful. A little chic. A lot of fun. She's a French girl about to hold a very wonderful party. 
If you’re looking for a laid-back getaway where you can get lost, Roux offers plenty of cozy and wonderful spaces to escape. If you’re after a major mingle with some really awesome like-minded people from across the planet, Roux's got that covered, too. Roux provides an eclectic, artistic and relaxed canvas where you design your experience and discover that there is indeed an art to staying.

Roux is a lesbian-owned business, welcomes all Guests and proudly serves the LGBT community.

About Our Rooms

Begin designing your vacation by selecting one of Roux’s six newly renovated guest rooms – including a two-bedroom suite. Each room has a unique personality, featuring carefully chosen furnishings and décor infused with color and other artistic and eclectic elements inspired by the owners' love of playful design. All rooms feature a private en suite bathroom. Three rooms boast a private balcony.

All rooms include individual climate control and are equipped with complimentary high speed Wi-Fi internet access. Click here for a full list of Amenities.

Roux Deux

Do what you love. Follow your bliss. Play out your passion. Set an intention and let the universe deliver. For us, these are more than inspirational quotes - they shoot straight from our heart and soul. We’ve known for a very long time that Roux was in our cards – we just didn’t know where she was. And, then, after defining our vision and visiting Provincetown five times in one year, Roux found us.

We could tell you we have a million years in hospitality, marketing, retail and start-ups – even farmers’ markets, but that’s just resume detail. What we do want you to know is that we left corporate life after many years and now fill our days connected only to those things that bring us joy. 

We get intoxicated by the exquisite details that make a home sing and are thrilled to create gracious living spaces that make others feel happy, welcomed, and nurtured.

We are passionate about entertaining and cooking and sharing incredible food experiences with others. To us, life is a party. And, so, we decided to host an ongoing one for you. 

And, we are incredibly proud to share....

Roux will donate a percentage of Guest Stays to the Forty to None Project - because no one deserves to be without a home. Forty to None, a program of the True Colors Fund, seeks to raise awareness and bring about an end to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered youth experiencing homelessness.

http://www.rouxprovincetown.com/

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