Top Reasons to Visit The Providence Biltmore
- The Biltmore was constructed in 1922 and has since been recognized by Historic Hotels of America; its interior design was inspired by grand European hotels.
- It's located in the heart of downtown, close to museums, the Providence Place Mall, Rhode Island Convention Center, and major universities.
- You can dine onsite at McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steaks or at one of the 25 restaurants within two blocks of the hotel.
- The hotel has served as a filming location for 27 Dresses, The Brotherhood, and The Last Shot.
- The Spa at The Providence Biltmore draws from natural products for its services. The Pure Fiji hydrating treatment uses a combination of raw cane sugar and coconut milk to nourish the skin.
- The traditional king rooms and junior king suites each feature complimentary wireless Internet.
Providence, Rhode Island: Historical Haven for Foodies and Arts Enthusiasts
With its active art scene and supportive residents, Providence has been called “The Creative Capital.” Downtown, you’ll find the arts-and-theater district, where galleries and vibrant storefront displays line the streetscape. Dazzling stagecraft and drama thrives at the Tony Award–winning Trinity Repertory Company, and nearby, the Providence Performing Arts Center hosts touring Broadway shows.
The city's thriving restaurant scene rivals the arts scene in its creativity and vigor, from the enclave of Italian eateries on Federal Hill to the delis downtown. Local chefs often draw from the regional farms bordering the city for their culinary creations; many gather downtown on Fridays to shop for ingredients at the farmers' market. About 10 minutes south of downtown, the Culinary Arts Museum celebrates Providence's love of food with more than 250,000 artifacts ranging from antique cooking gadgets to elaborate wedding cakes.
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