The Providence Biltmore, located in the heart of downtown Providence, Rhode Island, is a landmark hotel with an illustrious past. Designed by the celebrated firm Warren and Wetmore, the architects behind New York City’s Grand Central Station, the hotel debuted to widespread acclaim in 1922 and quickly became the tourist and social center of Providence. Today, deeply woven within the city’s fabric and culture and beloved by generations of guests, the Providence Biltmore is an authentic Providence tradition.
Three-and-a-half centuries of history are alive and well on the streets of Providence, the capital city of Rhode Island. Providence is known and loved for its abundance of important historic buildings, and, in fact, offers one of the largest concentrations of registered historic landmarks in the country.
11 Dorrance Street, Providence, Rhode Island 02903
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