Enjoy a comfortable stay in Providence in this clean, comfortable, and conveniently located room – close to all the amenities the West End and Federal Hill have to offer! The property itself is just shy of its 100th birthday, and is a recently renovated Victorian in a historic neighborhood. While the living spaces are modern, there are some hidden original gems to be found throughout the house. Take a look at my other listings if you’re looking for something a bit different – and happy travels!
“Our stay was great! We were really only here to sleep for the night, but the bed was very comfortable and the house was very easy to get to. I would definitely recommend it to anyone unless you are unable to walk up some stairs.”
Between Providence's Mt. Pleasant & Valley neighborhood, our renovated 2nd floor apartment is within minutes drive from most colleges and universities, Downtown and Federal Hill. Stocked with all your essentials + complimentary tea, coffee and cooking items, private parking, WiFi, Netflix, and more. The apartment features an open layout with two bedrooms, eat-in kitchen, full bathroom and a spacious living room with a futon; offering convenience, privacy and comfort in the heart of Providence!
“Melissa and Luis were excellent hosts. The place was stylish and very clean. All the little extra touches made for a wonderful stay. I will definitely stay there again, especially if my little girl chooses RIC for her future college. :)”
Best Location, Best Views! Living Room & Kitchen are open concept with the most beautiful city view, especially in the evening. Car Not Needed! Walk to all the Best Restaurants, The Convention Center, The Dunkin Donuts Center, Providence Performing Arts, Johnson & Wales, Downtown, Atwells Ave, Broadway and more!! Easy Access to 95 & 195.
“Great stylish, comfortable place in a great location. Love the keypad entry (no keys to worry about losing). The apt came with everything needed & I feel if something was needed Jennifer would be quick to respond. We had a comfortable stay and look forward to coming back to Providence in the near future.”