Renaissance Providence Hotel

Historic hotel


5 Ave of the Arts ProvidenceSee nearby area


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Lonely Planet review

Built as a Masonic temple in 1929, this monster stood empty for 77 years before it opened in 2007 as a hotel. Some rooms overlook the State House and are decorated in forceful colors that attempt, with limited success, to evoke Masonic traditions. The graffiti artist who once tagged the vacant building was hired to do his thing in the 'Masonic' hotel bar. Wi-fi costs an additional $10.

Our independent authors have visited Renaissance Providence Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended historic hotels in Providence.

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    • parking
  • Air Conditioning
    • aircon
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • wifi
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