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11 Dorrance St Providence, RI 02903
11 Dorrance StreetUSRhode IslandProvidence02903
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The Providence Biltmore, a Curio Collection hotel is a landmark hotel in downtown Providence, Rhode Island with flexible event facilities, spacious guest rooms and suites, & on-site fine dining.
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This landmark 1920s hotel with a dramatic art deco lobby has stylish rooms, a spa & free WiFi.- Google
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F.R. Newbrough
a month ago
I usually stay at the Providence Hilton but occasionally when the rates are right I stay here. It really is a sight to behold and a beautiful hotel with historical character you won't find in newer hotels. There is a McCormick & Schmick’s restaurant on site which provides excellent service and food. The gym is great and the rooms are spacious and varied. It really felt like I was waking up in my own apartment though a lot of the space was empty. There are some things that I was surprised at given that this location is so pricey and charges $28 a day for parking. The first thing missing is that that there is no executive lounge though there is plenty of space for such a thing. Also if you forget something they have no small store or complimentary items. There is a 7-11 nearby but I was surprised that was the only option such a otherwise quality hotel had available. There also is no pool jacuzzi or anything like that. The only small complaint I had with the restaurant was that they forgot the condiments several times. Not a big deal but some things go without saying with room rates such as these. Overall a good experience but with a few small changes and enhancements this could be an extraordinary experience.
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Steve Terry
a month ago
'Twas good but still the bathrooms could be more lit.
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Lily Hatfield
2 years ago
We recently stayed at the Biltmore for our Wedding. We spent two nights in the Noble Suite, which was so beautiful! We had our own terrace, a large living-type room and a bedroom, two bathrooms and plenty of seating for the bridal party, vendors and guests. The hotel was extremely accommodating to us and our needs. The room was comfortable, beautiful and an excellent value. The hotel is a gorgeous place for a wedding or other large function. I really can't say enough good things about the Biltmore!
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Cornelius Jones
a year ago
Me, my girlfriend and my brother stayed at the hotel last month it was very nice we stayed on a Saturday and left monday make a long story short I told my brother to get the gps out and he told me he couldn't find it so we search the whole car come to find out someone stole it and to top it off they stole our car air fresheners that was all ready half used like really and the messed up thing thing about it is the valet left our car unlock so for everyone who decides to stay there you take everything out your car that is valuable to you
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Alexander Krajewski
9 months ago
The manager Lisa at the spa is rude, and completely unprofessional I have been going there even before it was managed by Biltmore (Red Door). The few times I had to bring my daughter with me for a 20 minute appointment, they would not let her in the treatment room, but sat with her in the make-up room. This time Lisa called back and said my daughter had to sit ALONE in the lobby because her girls were not going to watch her. I have been in hospitality all of my life and I would never treat or talk to a regular client like that. She was aggressive and hostile and now I know why no one else is ever in there. Good luck in such a struggling economy. Word travels fast in RI.
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Keith Viall
a year ago
It's old, it's beautiful, has convenient location downtown. However, they are renovating the fitness room for who knows how long, not accessible. The restaurant is good but overpriced, like it's Starbucks. Room service ishas a good selection but is served only till 11pm or 12 Fri & Sat..no vending machines. Valet parking ($29 dollars) is mandatory unless you want to walk a couple blocks to save 9 bucks, plus tipping every time to want to go somewhere or come back. The staff is friendly, but the amenities seem to be lacking, no pool or Jacuzzi, they lock the 3rd floor terrace unless there is an event or maybe by request. It really seems quite outdated. I should have stayed somewhere with more modern amenities. The internet seems reasonably fast, The TV is basic cable only. The bathtubs are tiny. the bed is comfortable. There is no way to regulate the temperature, it central air and its cold. I had to shut it off and wear pants and long sleeves, or stay under the covers.. good for people who like it cold. Overall it's just ok, nothing special except for the rich history. Took a tour some people say it's haunted, seems like it could be, and that's part of the charm.
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Ed Smith
2 years ago
My wife and I had a horrible experience. Valet parking made me uneasy to leave my car with the valet. The valet rattled rules off so fast and was quick to open the doors of our car, I had to instruct him to stop as we needed to take all valuables out of the car. Checking in was frustrating, as our room was not ready and we decided to get lunch in the hotel. The entire resturant was empty and we sat in the center and immediately the hostess sat a party of 8 next to us and continually bumped into my back from waitstaff coming and going. We quickly ate and left, only to find that our room was still not ready. Irritated, we insisted that something be done, only until my wife mentioned that we would take another room, did the light come on and we were offered a different room, but only after a heated exchange of words. The room quality is sub par, worn furniture, paint peeling from ceilings, squeaky air conditioner, cramped bathroom for the money paid we expected better. The images are very deceiving. We will certainly not return here or recommend the Biltmore to any of our family or business associates. A deplorable experience.
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Malik L Griffin
2 years ago
Came here on business so I didn't stay very long. But the hotel is very beautiful. I had a King suite so for me the room was very spacious. McCormick and Schmicks is attached to the hotel as well as a Starbucks so if youre not familiar with the area you start off with a couple good places. And a pretty good price...only $93 for the night

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