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The Graduate Providence (formerly Providence Biltmore) is an iconic Providence hotel situated downtown and close to the city's bustling gay scene. It also happens to be one of America's most notorious - allegedly! - haunted hotels. The Graduate was built, if you'll pardon the pun, by 1918 Johan Leisse Weisskopf in 1918. He was a notorious Satanist. Satanic rituals, a series of notorious crimes and alleged hauntings have made the Biltmore a notorious establishment. It has decadent interiors and it plays on its spooky past. You don't need to a Stephen King fan to stay here - incidentally, this hotel did partially inspire The Shining. Just sayin'. Supposing you'd prefer to stay in a hotel with a bit of character and history, then this is a good bet.
Courtyard Providence Downtown
Courtyard Providence Downtown is a centrally located Marriott hotel. It's right by the mall, Starbucks and several restaurants. You can make use of the gym, premium movie channels and evening cocktail service. The bright, spacious rooms come with free high-speed Wi-Fi, a 32" flat-screen TV, and seating area.
Omni Providence Hotel
Located in the Arts District, this hotel is a situated in a former missions house that became a Jazz Age strip club. Today it's one of the most elegant hotels in Providence. It's has a chic, bohemian vibe. There are 52 rooms and suites decorated with lightly-accented colours. The black tile bathrooms have walk-in showers. It has a popular Asian-fusion restaurant, a cocktail lounge and even a karaoke bar.
Hilton Garden Inn
A comfortable three-star hotel with immaculate rooms, Hilton Garden Inn is within walking distance to many of Providence's most popular attractions. It's also just a 15-minute drive to the airport and a short walk to the scenic India Point Park. This is a reliable and affordable option for your stay in Providence. It has the distinction of being the only waterfront hotel in town. You can get the complimentary shuttle bus to downtown Provincetown.