Hotel Guide

Hotels in RI

Hotel Providence

139 Mathewson Street
Providence, RI, 02903
(401) 861-8000
www.hotelprovidence.com

From the moment the friendly valet takes your keys at the door of your car, the Hotel Providence experience is easy, warm, and sublimely comfortable. Centrally located, many of the city’s highly regarded restaurants, landmarks, and cultural attractions are within walking distance, making it simple to engage in the best of what Providence has to offer. Guest rooms are elegant with smart architectural touches. Aspire restaurant creates a delicious experience in modern fine dining and A-Bar mixes fun and intriguing cocktails. Live music is often part of the convivial atmosphere.


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The Chanler at Cliff Walk

117 Memorial Boulevard
Newport, RI, 02840
(401) 847-1300
www.thechanler.com

The Chanler at Cliff Walk is a Newport Rhode Island Hotel Resort right on scenic Easton Bay. All the manor and estate guest rooms, as well as the ocean and garden villas, are designed in the fashion of a distinct architectural period—the common thread is luxury. The Chanler feels more like an estate home than a traditional hotel, with wrap around porches giving way to paths down to Easton Beach. It’s a throwback to the decadence of the roaring twenties with modern touches and amenities. The staff is approachable and eager to serve while the Spiced Pear Restaurant and bar-lounge are the perfect way to begin your day with breakfast or finish the day on a fine-dining high note.


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The Providence Biltmore

11 Dorrance Street
Providence, RI, 02903
(401) 421-0700
www.providencebiltmore4-px.trvlclick.com

The Providence Biltmore has been an iconic part of the city’s life and skyline since its construction in 1922 (it was designed by the architects responsible for Grand Central Station in New York City). It’s a social and tourism hub of Providence, and guests have been returning for generations. The loyalty is due to the commitment to service and the amenities. The Biltmore features Providence’s only on-site full-service hotel spa, a McCormick & Schmick’s, a Starbucks in the lobby, fitness center, valet parking, complimentary Wi-Fi, and luxury events spaces complete with full kitchen staff lead by Chef Kevin Hale. All the newly renovated guest rooms have king-size beds and average more than 600 square feet of living space.


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The Vanderbilt Grace

41 Mary Street
Newport, RI, 02840
(401) 846-6200
www.gracehotels.com/vanderbilt

If you want to live like a Vanderbilt during the family’s heyday, the Vanderbilt Grace thoughtfully provides the opportunity to do exactly that. The historic boutique hotel was built by Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt in 1909 and has been thoroughly modernized with nods to its heritage by Grace Hotels. The guest rooms are expansive and the common spaces, like a billiards room, are sprawling. The ground floor indoor pool is original to when the mansion was a private home—with the addition of saunas and a gym. While in the thick of Newport, The Vanderbilt Grace is off the main drags, affording privacy and quiet. The Muse by Jonathan Cartwright, complete with hearth in dining room and bar-lounge is excellent for dining or cocktails.


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