Sometimes, you get a good rate on an old, historic hotel, and the place evokes John Tarturro's apartment building in the Coen Brothers' movie, Barton Fink: dark, damp, seedy, and menacing. The Biltmore, however, benefits from a recent renovation and, as such, is brightly lit and very modern. The ...
Very nice downtown hotel - staff is very friendly and helpful. Hotel has a great location, and the decor is very beautiful. Room was clean and had all the amenities. The only problem was that the walls are paper thin - we could hear our neighbors talking late at night. But I'd still stay here again ...
extremely pleased with this hotel. The room was clean and modern. The hot breakfast was excellent. One of the best FREE breakfasts I've had in a hotel. Pool was nice The water temp. was a bit cool for me. I like my pool temp to be 80 degrees or higher!
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.
We absolutely loved this place we have no idea an airport hotel could be so nice front desk was amazing the suite we had was amazing and we would definitely stay here again so close to the airport.
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.
Rhode Island Convention and Entertainment Center Complex is comprised of the Rhode Island Convention Center, the Dunkin' Donuts Center, and the Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Events can easily be accommodated at one of these venues near Providence hotels.
Providence is home to Johnson & Wales Culinary School, which graduates more chefs per person than any place in the country. Little Italy is a neighborhood sitting atop Federal Hill, famous for its zesty Italian dishes. The restaurant scene caters to international cuisine created to please any palate.
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.
Very nice downtown hotel - staff is very friendly and helpful. Hotel has a great location, and the decor is very beautiful. Room was clean and had all the amenities. The only problem was that the walls are paper thin - we could hear our neighbors talking late at night. But I'd still stay here again given the hospitality, location, and cleanliness.
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.