Providence

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Downtown Providence
10 reviews
This grand hotel is rich in cultural history. — Gayot
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Downtown Providence
11 reviews
Eighty plush and colourful rooms in RI’s first boutique hotel, with a trendy restaurant downstairs. — Rough Guide
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Downtown Providence
10 reviews
This stylish 52-room hotel first built in 1912 has quite a unique character, which makes sense as it’s been, among other things, a church building and a brothel. — The Telegraph
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Downtown Providence
7 reviews
Unfinished and abandoned for nearly 80 years, the city’s 1929 Masonic temple is now the best thing to happen to Providence’s lackluster hotel scene, thanks to a $100 million renovation. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Smith Hill
7 reviews
A patriotic Rhode Island inn featuring handcrafted Early American reproduction furniture. — Gayot
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Downtown Providence
6 reviews
A touch of class infuses the style at this business-friendly hotel. — Gayot
$179
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Downtown Providence
5 reviews
Friendly staff and an ace location offset the just-average room fittings at this riverfront hotel. — Lonely Planet
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Downtown Providence
3 reviews
Has maintained its historic architechture and design through the years. The lobby will be decorated in high elaborate crown molding with gold inlay, and the rooms will be furnished with top amenities. — Gayot
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College Hill
4 reviews
This is one of those B&Bs where style triumphs over frills and fuss... Its location on Benefit Street puts it among some of the finest Colonial and Victorian homes in the region. — Gayot
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3 reviews
With 13 meeting rooms, an Executive Lounge and 68 signature The Room That Works, this hotel meets the needs of its target clientele. — Gayot
7
1 review
This sprawling Holiday Inn near TF Green Airport in Warwick is a good-value alternative to downtown Providence hotels if you've got your own wheels. — Lonely Planet
7
2 reviews
Run by the hospitality students of Johnson & Wales University this 86-room hotel makes the grade. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
Sports fans in town for the game and families on a budget make up much of the visitor base at Days Inn Attleboro. The rooms are cheap, and it’s a quick ride to Providence. — Oyster
$76
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Downtown Providence
1 review
While this bleak 13-story tower adjoins the concrete infrastructural spaghetti of I-95 (take exit 21), its 274 business-oriented rooms are conveniently located between downtown and Federal Hill. — Lonely Planet
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Fox Point
1 review
Hard to find, and separated from the rest of the city by I-195, the south side of the hotel affords views over India Point Park and the water... All rooms are comfortable. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
For an old-school experience, try taking a plain wood-paneled room in the White Rock Motel, built in 1949. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
If you're in the mood for pampering, book a room in this elegant Greek Revival B&B bordering Roger Williams Park. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
As usual, inexpensive motels lurk on the outskirts of town near interstate exits, about 5 miles from the city center. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
Don't write this place off just because it's an airport hotel. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
If the city's heartbeat thumps too loudly for you, this hotel 10min south of Providence offers a quiet alternative. — Lonely Planet
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