PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND PROPERTY EST. 1922 • NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES The Providence Biltmore was designed by Warren and Wetmore, the architects behind New York City’s Grand Central Station and debuted to widespread acclaim in 1922 and quickly became the tourist and social center of Providence. Today, deeply woven within the city’s fabric, culture, and beloved by generations of guests, the Providence Biltmore is an authentic Providence tradition. A longtime member of Historic Hotels of America, offering superior personal attention and comfort, the Providence Biltmore appeals to both leisure and business travelers. Renowned for its world-class service standards, the hotel welcomes guests with friendly, knowledgeable, and professional staff, as well as numerous and generous amenities. Providence Biltmore was built in 1922 and designed by architects Warren and Wetmore, creators of NYC’s Grand Central Station. ORIGINAL HOTEL CLASSIC SERVICE BLENDED DÉCOR BEAUX-ARTS AMENITIES 294 newly renovated guestrooms and suites with custom-made luxurious Biltmore King Beds, complimentary Wi-Fi, exclusive Biltmore Spa amenities, refrigerator, iHome®, in-room safe, and 40-inch flat-screen LED televisions. The Spa at the Providence Biltmore, newly renovated and expanded 24-hour Fitness Center, valet parking, and house car. DINING McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steak Restaurant specializes in more than 30 varieties of fresh seafood. Starbucks® coffee bar is located in the lobby. In-room dining is served between 6:30 a.m. and midnight. LOCATION In downtown Providence, close to business, historic, governmental, and cultural districts; adjacent to the Rhode Island Convention Center and Providence Place Mall; short walk to theaters, entertainment, colleges, museums, and over 50 restaurants; 30 minutes to beaches, 60 minutes to Boston. T.F. Green Airport: 10 miles, 15 minutes. 11 Dorrance Street Providence, RI 02903 T 401.421.0700
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