The only negative at this hotel was the heating system. We were not told the heating/cooling system was based on season. We were extremely hot and tried to put the cooling system on and it was not working. We were to tired to call the front desk. When I checked out they said it was seasonal and next ...
Very nice hotel, classic appointments, spacious enough. I didn't use the exercise facilities or anything except for my room. Hotel staff at the front desk were kind of scarce. Had to look around to find the right person once. But it wasn't a big deal. Overall, seems like a class act.
We arrived and there were no rooms with double beds so the clerk offered a king and a double which was really nice, since we were traveling with two young children. She first offered us two rooms but when she realized we had young children she then offered us the king and queen. I was pleasantly ...
My wife and I's stay at Extended Stay America was fabulous. It felt like being in a studio apartment, not a hotel. From cleanliness to front desk service all the way to breakfast. Best hotel that we have stayed at, ever.
I was pretty happy with the location and the price. At 3 am several very loud people walked up and down and back again outside my room. Woke me up. Three times. Not sure if that was guests or staff but it was pretty aggravating seeing as I had to leave at 5:45. The hotel is very close to the airport ...
The room was confortable, and clean, as well as the bathroom. But we couldn't shower that night because the water was only just warm. We let the front desk people know, but they just were not interested, apparently they were to busy with another customers...
Valet parking was slow. Stayed two nights and when dropping off vehicle it took more than 30 minutes for an attendant to take our keys. Both nights had events and it seemed that they did not have sufficient staff to handle the guest vehicles.
Providence is the capital of Rhode Island, the smallest state in the United States. Within city limits, visitors find a thriving arts community, outstanding hotels, and access to activities ranging from walking tours, museums, historical landmarks, parks and cultural experiences. Visitor accommodations are plentiful. Hotels in Providence include at least 5,500 rooms available in cabins, bed and breakfasts, motels, hotels, and luxury suites. Providence is easy to find and difficult to forget.
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The Providence Children's Museum is a fascinating hands-on exhibition geared toward children of all ages. Before leaving, visitors should experience Providence WaterFire, an award-winning display of bonfires floating above water on the three rivers in the center of Providence.
The Providence Place Mall includes major retail chains and small boutiques, as well as restaurants and movies.
The Dunkin' Donuts Center is venue of choice for the Providence Bruins (pro hockey) as well as Providence College and Brown University teams. Providence ranks among the top four locations for golf courses.
The hotel meet all my expectations. The location is good, close to Brown university. The full kitchen make it possible for a family life away from home. The staff are very friendly and willing to help at all time. We will certainly make this hotel a home away from home during my son's college years.
Loved the entire atmosphere, from the neon signs to the old-fashioned lift. Really great time and really great service.
Great weekend. The only issue I had was that the front desk could not find my reservation upon arrival. Apparently, there was a mistake on the Orbitz side. The reservation was eventually found, but stressful in the beginning. The last 4 times I used Orbitz, I have had some type of problem. I will prob not use that website again to book.
I stay here whenever I visit family in Attleboro. The price is reasonable, The rooms are clean, the beds are comfortable, and we bring our dogs on occasion for a reasonable fee.