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William's Grant Inn B&B - Bristol Hotels
Rating: 0.0 Stars

William's Grant Inn B&B

154 High Street, Bristol - Map
3.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)
Situated by the ocean, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Oliveira Textiles and Herreshoff Marine Museum. Linden Place Mansion and Musee Patamecanique are also within 15 minutes. More
Mohegan Sun - Uncasville Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Mohegan Sun

1 Mohegan Sun Boulevard, Uncasville - Map
"Getaway "
My stay was excellent. Check in was quick, staff was accommodating to my needs. Facility was really nice with gym, pool and spa. Worth a quick getaway and the rate was good.
A Traveller
Located in the heart of scenic Connecticut, between Boston, New York City, Providence, and Hartford, Mohegan Sun is a 15-minute drive from the wineries, golf courses, museums, and picturesque waterfront of Mystic Country. More
Whitehall Mansion Inn - Mystic Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Whitehall Mansion Inn

42 Whitehall Ave, Mystic - Map
"Old but romantic"
It was a old historical colonial with 5 rooms on two floors next to a big, modern Marriott (the owner). We were greeted with a bottle of wine and cookies. There was an in-room fireplace, but we opted for the downstairs entry gas fire.
A Traveller
Situated in Mystic, this romantic bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Cornerstone Playhouse and Mystic Seaport - The Museum of America and the Sea. Olde Mistick Village and Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration are also within 1 mi (2 km). More
The Fox Tower at Foxwoods - Mashantucket Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Fox Tower at Foxwoods

350 Trolley Line Boulevard, Mashantucket - Map
"Awesome views from this hotel!"
It was great but don't go early without a credit card deposit. You must have a card on hold before they allow you in the room. But the view were amazing!
A Traveller
Offering a stylish getaway for gamers, music fans, and spa-goers, this high-rise hotel is linked by indoor moving walkways to the giant Foxwoods Resort Casino complex in southeastern Connecticut. Mystic Seaport is 9 miles south.More
Hyatt Regency Newport - Newport Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hyatt Regency Newport

1 Goat Island, Newport - Map
we paid extra for a room with a water view. the window was about 4 ft by 4 ft with a couch in front of it. The room was very noisy and felt like people next door were in room with us. There are also windows in bathroom that re opaque, but overtime someone used bathroom in middle of night,the light shines into room. Facilities are great but for $500 a night i expected more from room.
Traveller from ny
An island retreat within downtown Newport, this hotel is surrounded by the water views of Narragansett Bay and is just minutes away from all that the City by the Sea has to offer.More
Hotel Viking - Newport Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Viking

1 Bellevue Avenue, Newport - Map
"hmmmmmm.... meh?"
i have been staying in newport for 20 years and mostly at the viking. almost 46 years old now, having seen more of the world and staying there again with wiser eyes...... its definitely overpriced - but you pay too much in newport across the board. the room was excellent - no complaints there; well except that there was a trickle of water coming from the sink and a leak from the ceiling. but sun blocking shades, A/C that cut through the worst hot, hazy, and humid summer day, and a really comfy bed - i was very happy with the room. the hotel is gorgeous from the outside, but the lobby and restaurant lack the grandeur that the exterior makes me expect. The ballroom is shameful compared to other hotels of this nature - and after all, this was built by the Vanderbuilts AND it is Newport - I guess the Vanderbuilts considered their home "the ballroom" and didnt need one in the hotel. Any who. The pool, warm. The pool room, warm. Eck... The weight room, very warm. The spa, down in the pool and weight room area - so not enticing. To me, much like most everywhere we went in Newport, seemed overused by enormous volume and unkept / some areas called to be renovated / improved.
A Traveller
Newly Renovated An iconic hotel in the heart of Newport RI, the Hotel Viking completed a renovation of its lobby, One Bellevue Restaurant, One Bellevue Lounge and common areas. Enjoy the company of friends, start treasured traditions, or set out on an amazing experience.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 street, and the RI Convention Complex is a block away. One of America’s first shopping malls, Arcade Providence, is a 5-minute walk, and Brown University is 10 minutes on foot.More
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, and theaters, that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.More
Forty 1 North - Newport Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Forty 1 North

351 Thames Street, Newport - Map
4.5 out of 5 (125 reviews)
Located in the heart of Newport, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of St. Mary's Catholic Church, International Tennis Hall of Fame and Museum, and Touro Synagogue. The Breakers and Beechwood Mansion are also within 2 mi (3 km). More
Grand Pequot Tower at Foxwoods - Mashantucket Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Grand Pequot Tower at Foxwoods

350 Trolley Line Blvd, Mashantucket - Map
4.3 out of 5 (238 reviews)
This family-friendly Mashantucket hotel is located near the beach, within a 10-minute walk of Lake of Isles, Tanger Outlet Foxwoods, and Foxwoods Resort Casino. High Rollers Luxury Lanes and Lounge and Fox Arcade are also within 10 minutes. More

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    Our Guide To Cheap Hotels In Providence RI

    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.

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