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Providence, Rhode Island
Why Stay At Providence Biltmore
Occupying a prime locale in the heart of downtown, the Providence Biltmore Hotel places its guests in the center of it all.
Opened in 1922 to a glamorous ball and banquet attended by the city's social elite, the Providence Biltmore was placed on the National Preservation Register as an architectural treasure. The air of magnificence is palpable in the grand staircase beneath a stunning Deco bronze ceiling. From the lavishly designed and thickly carpeted lobby, a glass elevator with an outdoor view scales the floors. Guestrooms offer generous space, many exceeding 600 square feet, and rich 1920's Victorian-style décor with dark wood furnishings, period wallpaper and gilded trim. The hotel houses popular McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant where the menu is printed twice daily and features over two dozen varieties of fresh fish and seafood from local waters. Guests can also retreat to an elegant coffee shop adjacent to the lobby or spend the day at the on-site top-notch spa.
Stop by McCormick's for Happy Hour when select menu items are just $1.95.
Upon request, the hotel staff will furnish small refrigerators for in-room use.
Arrive at T.F. Green Airport (PVD) which is approximately 10 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 15 minutes of travel time.11 Dorrance St, Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Business Center
- Car Rental
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Pillow-top Mattresses
- Flat-screen TVs
- Writing Desks
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Coffee Shop
- In-room Dining
- Max occupancy is 2 adults + 1 child under 17 in existing bedding
- Hotel taxes
Why We Love Providence
Situated at the head of Narrangansett Bay, Rhode Island's capital city is one of the oldest in the country as witnessed by well-preserved historic buildings whose heritage is offset by modern art galleries, performing arts centers and among others Tony Award-winning theater group Trinity Repertoire Company.
194 Washington St., Providence.
Where to Drink: Complex well-balanced cocktails poured by experienced mixologists in a swanky yet unpretentious historic ambiance a three-minute walk from the hotel. Try a smoky-flavored Mezteca made with Mezcal, Tequila, pineapple, jalapeño and vanilla. Cocktails for two $25.
The Dorrance. 60 Dorrance St. Providence.
Where to Shop: Locally owned shops selling curios and one-of-a-kind gift items line Hope Street. Voted "best gift store" statewide, Frog & Toad carries an ever-changing selection of goods like Fair Trade handicrafts and printed graphic T-shirts.
795 Hope St., Providence.
Outdoor Excursion: 35 miles south lies the quaint coastal town of Newport famed for its surfer-friendly beaches and imposing mansions built by gilded age industry tycoons. After a tour, climb up CliffWalk for spectacular views.
Cliff Walk, 117 Memorial Blvd., Newport, Rhode Island.
Why Go Now
September 14, 2013
36th Annual Heritage Day
Kicking off with a flag parade, the event features stalls representing countries like Bolivia, Rwanda and Sweden including vendors selling authentic food. Free admission.
Roger Williams National Memorial, 282 N. Main Street, Providence.
September 22, 2013
6th Annual Fall out of Summer Festival
Live music and theater, artisans, art activities and contest make this one the family-friendly event to ring in fall.
Artists' Exchange, Black Box Theater, Cranston, Rhode Island.
September 28 + 29, 2013
Rock 'n' Roll Providence Half Marathon
Popular event coupled with a sports industry exhibition on the latest running gear, sports apparel and health information plus rock bands performing on a total of 10 stages.