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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.
Take full advantage of long summer days and warm nights. Dine outdoors, explore our city parks in peak bloom, and plan a day trip to Newport for sun, sand, and sailing. Plus, be among the first guests to experience The Beatrice Hotel.
Enjoy a leisurely afternoon exploring Roger Williams Park in peak summer season. Wander the botanical gardens and pack a picnic for lunch. If you have children in tow, swing by Roger Williams Zoo to meet more than 150 animals from around the world.
4 Mi, 15 Mins Drive, ~$20 Ride Share
Steps from The Beatrice, visit the new Long Live Beergarden on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays for Long Live IPAs and lagers, regional ciders and wines. It’s BYOF (bring your own food), so before settling in, grab whatever you’re in the mood for, from a nearby restaurant.
1.4 Mi, 31 Mins Walk, ~$15 Ride Share
Through August 22nd, visit WaterFire Arts Center (WFAC) for the EYE TO EYE Photographs and Projects by Mary Beth Meehan, an exhibition of four of Meehan’s recent in-depth projects – from Brockton, Massachusetts, to Providence, Rhode Island, to Newnan, Georgia, and Silicon Valley, California. While you’re there, swing by the Visitor Center Gallery for a sister exhibit, ANNYE RAYE PITTS: WITNESS an installation by Jonathan Pitts-Wiley and Mary Beth Meehan.
1.5 Mi, 30 Mins Walk, ~$20 Ride Share
Plan a day trip to Newport, RI and maybe you’ll hop on a Harbor Cruise, nosh on fresh seafood, or rent bicycles and ride the 10 mile Middletown Beach Loop, stopping often to catch your breath along with incredible views.
34 Mi, 45 Mins Drive, ~$60 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
The Providence Pedestrian Bridge is our city’s newest landmark, connecting Providence's East Side shops and dining to the Innovation District, with its bustling businesses, including the Wexford Innovation Center. Snap some photos as you cross the bridge and check out Bayberry Garden on the other side, where James Beard-nominated Chef (insert name) has developed a garden-themed menu with a garden-inspired dining room to match.
0.4 Mi, 8 Mins Walk, ~$10 Ride Share