Things To Do
Explore Federal Hill, Providence’s Little Italy
Our location, just a short ten minute drive from the center of Downtown Providence, is just far away enough to get out of the city and into the countryside, but close enough to take advantage of all the activities and attractions the city has to offer. Take in a Waterfire on a Saturday night or see a show at Trinity or PPAC. Explore Federal Hill or Downtown Providence and dine at one of the area’s many top rated restaurants. For those who like to shop, Thayer Street on the East side has many boutique shops, and the Providence Place Mall located in the heart of downtown has many top stores and restaurants. And for the sports lovers, take in a Providence Bruins or PC Friars game at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, or take a ride to neighboring Pawtucket to see the Pawtucket Red Sox. For more things to do in Providence, see our sister property’s Providence activities page.
Take advantage of many local boating opportunities
There are also many activities outside of Downtown Providence that are still easily accessible from the hotel. Take the short 20 minute ride up I-95 to Foxboro to shop or dine at Patriot Place or the nearby Wrentham Premium Outlets. Visit Slater Mill Historic Site in Pawtucket, Battleship Cove in Fall River, or take a ride to the waterfront in Bristol or Narragansett to get some world-famous New England chowder and clam cakes. For more things to do in Bristol, see our sister property’s Bristol activities page.
Feel like venturing a little farther away? Providence Luxury Hotel’s central location in Southern New England makes it easy to plan day trips to many of the area’s famous landmarks and attractions.
Take in a Red Sox game at Fenway Park
Boston, MA is just a quick hour drive north and is one of the premiere and historic cities in America. Take a walk along the Freedom Trail to see some of the most famous sites in American history. Visit Faneuil Hall to see America’s first open marketplace. Shop at world class stores on Newbury Street or Boylston Street. Dine at any of Boston’s world-class restaurants. Visit the Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science, the New England Aquarium. For the sports fans, take in a Bruins or Celtics game at the legendary Boston Garden, or take a trip to Fenway Park, America’s Oldest Ballpark, to see the Boston Red Sox.
For more things to do in Boston, see our sister property’s Boston activities page.
Visit one of the many local beaches
Newport, RI, America’s original seaside resort town, is just a forty minute drive south from the hotel. Stroll along the Cliff Walk for breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean or visit the Tennis Hall of Fame. Take a tour of one of the legendary Newport Mansions, the Guilded Age “summer cottages” for America’s elite that inspired our Newport Suite. Take a walk around Fort Adams or Brenton Point park for stunning views of Narragansett Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Or take a stroll along the harbor on Thames Street to visit Newport’s many famous shops and restaurants.
For more things to do in Newport, see our sister property’s Newport activities page.
Cape Cod is just over an hour east of the hotel and is one of the most popular summer destinations on the East Coast. See breathtaking views of the ocean from Cape Cod National Seashore, shop and dine at the Cape’s many stores and restaurants or jump on the ferry and take a trip to nearby Martha’s Vineyard or a bit longer trip to Nantucket.
For more things to do in Cape Cod, see our sister property’s Cape Cod activities page.
Other potential day trips include a trip to Plymouth, MA to see Plymouth Rock, visit Plimoth Plantation and dine along the waterfront, or a trip to Mystic, CT to see Mystic Aquarium or Mystic Seaport. Visit some of Rhode Island’s famous beaches in Narragansett or attend America’s oldest independence day celebration in Bristol.