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Hotel Providence - Providence Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Providence

139 Mathewson Street, Providence - Map
"Wonderful Hotel"
It was one of the most lovely hotels that we have stayed in.
A Traveller
This hotel reigns over the city's Arts and Entertainment district, a neighborhood graced with myriad shops, restaurants …More
Omni Providence Hotel - Providence Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Omni Providence Hotel

1 W Exchange St, Providence - Map
"City center"
Hotel is located in great part of town but rooms are noisy. You can here people in the hall way too clearly and climate control is poor.
Traveller from New York
Connected to the Rhode Island Convention Center and Providence Place Mall, this downtown hotel is within one-quarter mile of …More
The Dean Hotel - Providence Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Dean Hotel

122 Fountain Street, Providence - Map
"A fun place for the fit and hip"
I reserved a one-night stay at The Dean because I was curious. I looked like a nice change from the chain hotels and it did not disappoint in that respect. It is a genuine one-of-a-kind boutique hotel with a great vibe and a real commitment to local artists and producers. Although my stay did not allow time for sampling any of their eateries, they seemed to be attracting plenty of customers. The hotel's antique elevator is currently unavailable as its entire motor is out for repair. No one seems to know how much longer it will take, but it's been a month already. That said, they offered to carry my bags up to my room and offered me a "killer" room on the 4th floor or a modest upgrade on the 2nd. I took the lower floor and carried my own. The room was clean and crisp. The furnishings are interesting and well-designed. But this is NOT a place for big people. I am reasonably trim and I "fit" but a larger (wider) person would have been cramped for sure, especially in the tiny bathroom. (Well-designed but there is only so much you can do with a tiny space.) The staff was polite, friendly, professional and accommodating. One could not ask for more. I would return, but will check to make sure the lift is operational and then will request an upper floor for that killer view.
A Traveller
Located in Downtown Providence, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Rhode Island Convention Center and Kennedy Plaza …More
NYLO Providence/Warwick - Warwick Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

NYLO Providence/Warwick

400 Knight St, Warwick - Map
"close to airport was not able to visit the state "
very good but short nothing else to say 2 night stay
Traveller from Denver Co
Situated on the scenic Pawtuxet River, NYLO Providence/Warwick is 3.5 miles (5.6 km) from T. F. Green Airport. Several …More
Hotel Dolce Villa - Providence Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel Dolce Villa

63 De Pasquale Plaza, Providence - Map
"Nice hotel convenient."
The staff is friendly and helpful! The beds are foam and were very uncomfortable. The rooms were clean but each room seemed to have something wrong with it like the hotel was remodeled but never quite finished.
A Traveller
Federal Hill, the city's "Little Italy" is the setting for this boutique hotel perched amid the shops, cafés, and arts …More
Extended Stay America Providence - East Providence - East Providence Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Extended Stay America Providence - East Providence

1000 Warren Ave, East Providence - Map
"Clean and Comfortable"
Rooms were clean and comfortable, and the hotel staff was very accommodating.
Traveller from Fairfax VA
Situated in East Providence, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Monster Mini Golf, East Providence Yacht Club, and Seekonk …More
Ramada Seekonk Providence Area - Seekonk Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Ramada Seekonk Providence Area

213 Taunton Ave, Seekonk - Map
"One night stay"
We were visiting the area for just one mid-week night. Just wanted to sleep and have breakfast. Don't know about any other amenities. We didn't look for any. Didn't hear any noise from other guests. We were on the ground floor next to the parking lot. Heard an occasional car door slam. A/C worked fine. Don't know where the unit was located. Couldn't hear it run, just the rush of air blowing in thru the vent. WiFi was the best I've used in a hotel, very fast, no delays. Mattress was not too comfortable. Typical hotel. Bathroom was small with very little shelf space but everything worked fine and plenty of hot water. The hair dryer was missing. I called the desk and they delivered one within 10 minutes. Check in was easy and quick. Those were the only two interactions with the staff. They were pleasent and efficient. Breakfast was in a large, comfortable room. Food was typical hotel buffet but plenty of everything. Waffle maker, bread, pastery, scrambled eggs, sausage, home fries, fresh fruit, cereal. If you're looking for fancy and freshly updated, go somewhere else but if you need a clean place to spend the night you should be happy here.
Traveller from Windsor, CT
Situated in Seekonk, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Monster Mini Golf and within 3 mi (5 km) of Sky Zone Indoor …More
Radisson Hotel Providence Airport - Warwick Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Radisson Hotel Providence Airport

2081 Post Rd, Warwick - Map
" Good"
Went to cape cod for a family visit. This is close to providence ri airport. Good service and nice room. Very clean. Good food at bar
Traveller from ohio
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Lincoln Park Cemetery and within 3 mi (5 km) of Ocean State …More
Providence Biltmore, Curio Collection by Hilton - Providence Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Providence Biltmore, Curio Collection by Hilton

11 Dorrance St, Providence - Map
"For the money, it was a disappointing room. "
King room is small. Super comfy bed. Tiny bathroom, small desk w/rolling chair. Tiny closet, tiny fridge. Bathroom tiles have been patched over. They supposedly renovated, but for over $200/room (with a discount), not worth the $$. On the plus side, the service was wonderful! Staff brought up a comb (when I'd forgotten one) within 5 mins and the hotel clerk, Julia, was friendly and even called a restaurant she recommended on the spot and got us dinner rez. If it wasn't for the service, I'd only give it 2 stars.
A Traveller
Providence Biltmore Hotel was designed by the same architects who conceived Grand Central Station. City Hall is across the …More
Christopher Dodge House - Providence Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Christopher Dodge House

11 West Park St, Providence - Map
Very nice B&B; very comfortable and many amenities. the breakfast was great.
A Traveller
Located in Smith Hill, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Providence Place Mall, Rhode Island State Capitol …More

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    Providence Hotel & Travel Guide

    Decades of restoration has transformed the capital of Rhode Island from a molasses-making hub to a center for art and culture. Yes, these days, the pace here may be as sweet as molasses but it moves much more quickly. Yet, you notice right away that the old and the new seem to harmonize as well as a seasoned quartet in Providence. Humming happy hour spots share the neighborhood with historic homes and museums. You can walk back in time along Benefit Street, where homes from the Federal period still watch over the area. Yet, over at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art—you’re reminded of how much creativity exists in the city and continues to propel it forward.

    The erudite minds of Brown University share the streets with families, young professionals, and fellow Rhode Islanders of all sorts. You can’t help but remark about how many people have been drawn to this New England haven. Yet, corners of the capital remain charming and quiet, so much so that you can day dream about a time when you might have been a member of the original thirteen colonies. Book one of our hotels in Providence today, wise wanderer, and adventures in serenity begin now.

    Where to Stay in Providence

    From Historic Federal Hill to the West End, you’re always near the things you love in Providence. Choosing the right hotel poises you to explore the Roger Williams Park Zoo with ease or make it to the Providence Performing Arts Center post haste for a matinee. When you can bring yourself to walk away from the luxurious amenities at the city’s top hotels, you’re always rewarded with a fulfilling experience and an eye guzzle of architecture. Here are some of the best places to stay in Providence:

    • Omni Providence Hotel: You’re in downtown Providence. The best food and most impressive cultural attractions are within an arm’s reach it seems. You return to your hotel at the end of an exciting day to find plush couches and dark wood accents in the lobby. It’s as if you’re returning to your castle. Climb the dramatic staircase to sit in your throne, a comfy arm chair in your private suite. In the morning, use a treadmill that faces the capital building to get pumped for another day of sightseeing.
    • Hilton Providence: Pull up to the Hilton Providence in the evening, and you’re greeted by a majestic sight. The hotel is dramatically lit up in front of a fading horizon, exciting your senses and making you feel welcome. Once inside, playful colors delight your eyes and your comfy room begs you to relax. You’re just minutes from Federal Hill and Fox Point, so start exploring as soon as you’ve enjoyed a cat nap.
    • Hotel Providence: The city’s namesake hotel pays homage to its home by offering fine service and a beautiful atmosphere. Hotel Providence is the only four diamond luxury boutique hotel in the capital city, and it boasts an unparalleled artistic flare. Tuscan colors fill the walls, and your room is outfitted with the perfect touches you didn’t even know you craved. Tableside lavender plants and a towering armoire make you feel fancy. Need something? Call the bellhop, of course.
    • Providence Biltmore, Curio Collection by Hilton: This Providence lodging is shaped like a “V.” That could be for victory, you think, but then again it may stand for vignette, as in the type of cozy seating in the lobby. Or, it could stand for violet, the warm color of the walls in your well-appointed guest suite. The landmark hotel makes its home in the heart of everything, so when you can tear yourself away from the on-site fireplace and relaxing spa, you’re never far from the best attractions in the city.

    Providence hotels pride themselves on treating you with the utmost respect and earning your love of their fine city. Of course, falling in love with the Renaissance City is easy enough to do on your own. Still, dinner at your hotel restaurant overlooking the city or a soak in a hot tub won’t hurt your experience here. Whether you book cheap hotels near Providence or upscale accommodations smack downtown, a wise wanderer such as yourself can always find a way to stay entertained. Even on a rainy day, Rhode Island crab cakes will never disappoint.

    *For these packages, package savings is at least equal to the cost of the flight or hotel if booked separately. Note: For packages including flights, you will be charged by the airline for the flight, but your savings on the package will equal the cost of the flight.