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47 modern rooms bathed in a color palette of neutral whites and pale grays accented by touches of pinks and pops of black and gold furniture.
Witness the rivers ablaze at Waterfire, visit the famed RISD Museum, admire the larger-than-life murals, explore sculptural art, walk through history, and more.
Be inspired by the culture and antiquity of the Providence Art Club (PAC). Since 1880, PAC has been a sanctuary for artists and creative souls alike. From monthly rotating gallery exhibitions and receptions, to guided club tours and open studio events, see for yourself why Providence is considered the creative capital of the nation, and why Thomas Street is one of the most picturesque spots in Providence.
Providence Art Club
0.4 Mi, 10 Mins Walk, ~$15 Ride Share
Touring Broadway productions, musicals, and plays are back! Visit Providence Performing Arts Center or Trinity Repertory Company. Grab tickets to world premieres, contemporary and classic works, international tours, and more. As Bea would say, "There's nothing like live theater, encore!"
Providence Performing Arts Center
0.3 Mi, 6 Mins Walk, ~$15 Ride Share
Trinity Repertory Company
0.4 Mi, 9 Mins Walk, ~$15 Ride Share
The Veteran's Memorial Auditorium (The VETS)
0.6 Mi, 15 Mins Walk, ~$20 Ride Share
Take in larger-than-life murals that highlight Providence's diversity and explore sculptural art on a self-guided public art tour of Providence that starts right here in the lobby of the Exchange Building connected to The Beatrice. Don’t miss the dual-sided mural in the facade located across the street from the hotel, which we’ve commissioned for the Avenue Concept.
1 Mi, 21 Mins Walk, ~$15 Ride Share
Experience nearly 100,000 objects and works from around the world as you wander the corridors of the RISD Museum, from ancient Egypt, Asia, Africa, ancient Greece, Rome, and Europe, to the Americas. Prominent international and American artists on display include Picasso, Monet, Manet, and Andy Warhol. The collection also features notable Rhode Island artists and designers.
0.2 Mi, 5 Mins Walk, ~$14 Ride Share
Located steps from The Beatrice, The Arcade Providence (also known as The Westminster Arcade) is a historic shopping center built in 1828. The first enclosed shopping mall in the US, the Arcade is a model of Greek Revival architecture. The historic site was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976. After an extensive renovation, the Arcade is buzzing once more, with restaurants, coffee shops, a whiskey bar, and unique retail shops, tucked inside.
0.25 Mi, 1 Mins Walk, ~$14 Ride Share