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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.
Ice skating, soup simmering, snow falling: it's the coziest time of year in Providence. Settle into your modern guest room at The Beatrice, and enjoy simple luxury this snowy season.
Escape the cold and breeze into The Beatrice this winter. Contactless check-in ensures your stay is worry free. Our Be Cozy package includes Bea's Book Bag filled to the brim with our Book of the Month, Aura Chocolates Cocoa Bomb, a hydrating face mask, and a $50 dining credit at Bellini Providence.
Touring Broadway productions, musicals, and plays have returned to the Capital City. Grab tickets to world premieres, international tours, and more, at Providence Performing Arts Center and The VETS, or check out the local community theater at Trinity Repertory Company. 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 Min Walk, ~$15 Ride Share
The Veteran's Memorial Auditorium (The VETS)
0.6 Mi, 15 Min Walk, ~$20 Ride Share
Brush up on your skating skills at the BankNewport City Center's outdoor ice rink. Spin circles around that special someone, or hop in one of the bumper cars for an Instagram-worthy moment. Planning an outdoor gathering? The entire rink can be reserved for private events.
0.2 Mi, 4 Min Walk
We're thrilled to announce the opening of Bellini Providence at The Beatrice Hotel. Celebrate the holiday season with a beautifully made plate of pasta and signature bellinis. Providence is buzzing, business lunchers are lunching, and the merengue cake is as fluffy as the winter's snow.
Settled mainly by Italian-American immigrants in the early 1900s, Federal Hill continues to be home to Italian community and culture, with longstanding favorites including trattorias (like Costantino’s Venda Bar and Ristorante), bakeries (like Scialo Brothers Bakery since 1916 or Pastiche Fine Desserts). For traditional Italian pizza, head for Casserta Pizza, a favorite since the 1950s. Order the Wimpy Skippy, a spinach pie stuffed with gooey mozzarella cheese, spicy pepperoni and black olives. Swing by the Italian markets (Tony’s Colonial or Venda Ravioli, and be sure to make a wish as you toss a coin into the fountain in DePasquale Square, named in honor of Beatrice’s father, the late Judge Luigi DePasquale.
1.2 Mi, 25 Mins Walk, ~$18 Ride Share
Enjoy half-price admission at Roger Williams Park Zoo during their annual “Winter Wonder Days,” offered daily in January and February. With the exception of particularly cold-sensitive animals, such as the Chilean flamingos, almost all of the zoo’s residents are on display in winter. Plus, escape the cold with the Zoo’s “Faces of the Rainforest” exhibit.
3.5 Mi, 15 Mins Drive, ~$30 Ride Share