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Providence Vacations

You’ve always believed the adage, “Good things come in small packages,” and you have yet to be proven wrong. From your young niece’s room-filling laugh to the decadent ganache in your favorite truffle, it’s the little things in life that bring you joy. Your trip to Providence will do the same. Blink and you might miss the state of Rhode Island and its capital city, but it’s a mistake to skip the charms of this 1,200-square-foot slice of the United States. With world-class universities like Brown and Johnson & Wales, tons of museums, and events year-round, Providence is smart, fresh, and entertaining for all ages—so pack your bags for a fabulous solo getaway or a fun-filled family vacation in Providence.

Top Hotels in Providence

Before you get carried away planning your itinerary, curate your own custom Providence vacation package from our selection of airfare and hotels. Here is a list of a few guest favorites:

  • Hilton Providence: Located on the west side of downtown Providence, this Hilton is within walking distance to some of Rhode Island’s premier arts and entertainment venues, including Dunkin’ Donuts Center, Trinity Repertory Company, and Rhode Island Convention Center. Plan an evening on the town, complete with a gourmet dinner and cocktails in the hotel restaurant.
  • Omni Providence Hotel: If you’re planning a trip around an event at the Rhode Island Convention Center, stay at this adjacent hotel and mix work with ample leisure. When you aren’t taking in all that downtown Providence has to offer, soak in the indoor pool and enjoy a delicious meal in the two hotel restaurants. And if you need to dress to impress for a big meeting, leave your pantsuit with the dry-cleaning service for sprucing up.
  • Hotel Providence: With an easy walk to Providence Performing Arts Center, Trinity Repertory Company, and Dunkin’ Donuts Center, you may not spend much time in your hotel room. But when you do have a moment to relax at Hotel Providence, sample the gourmet menu in the restaurant or lounge on a pillowtop bed with room service.
  • Best Western Airport Inn: Like other Best Westerns, this hotel is conveniently located and supremely comfortable. Stay in Warwick, home to T.F. Green Airport for an easy commute, as well as an array of nearby attractions, including the Warwick Museum of Art and Ocean State Theatre in Warwick and all the sights in nearby Providence. Just don’t leave before a complimentary breakfast, dear traveler.

Fun for Everyone

Providence vacations have something for every age. Check out the city’s excellent Children’s Museum, or its huge, colorful Hasbro Playground. Roger Williams Park is a major attraction where you could spend days exploring the zoo, natural history museum, botanical gardens, and planetarium. Next, step off the beaten path to see the evolution of all things food-related at the Culinary Archives, or trace the steps of Edgar Allen Poe down Benefit Street, which is lined with houses and mansions dating back to the 18th century.

Providence is also a great place to go back to school—yes, even on vacation. Watch international cultures develop before your eyes as you browse the collections at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art. RISD is known the world over for its innovation and creativity, and this museum celebrates centuries of fellow artists and designers from every corner of the map. Near downtown, wander through the historic campus of Brown University, founded in 1764. The university is a smorgasbord of beautiful New England landmarks, including John Carter Brown Library and the iconic Van Wickle Gates, but don’t worry; there’s no pop quiz on this vacation in Providence, RI.

Festivals and Events

Don’t get the idea that Providence is all academia—the locals sure know how to celebrate and relax, too. In the summer, the Providence River comes alive during WaterFire, a gathering of flickering fire sculptures accompanied by people spinning flames in boats as they glide along the water. Stroll the paths of Waterplace Park or ride a graceful gondola to see the action up close. In the winter, drive just 40 miles to Newport for “New England's Largest Winter Extravaganza,” the Newport Winter Festival. Take an ice sculpting lesson along Main Street, then warm up with a spiked hot chocolate at the Hot Drink Contest.

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Frequently asked questions

How much are vacation packages to Providence?
Travelocity provides flight and hotel vacation packages from just $442. With such great bargains, you’ll be exploring all of Providence in the blink of an eye.
How long should my Providence vacation be?
Generally, people spend 2 nights in Providence. Although, that might not be sufficient time for you. If you hope to see some of the region’s off-the-beaten-path gems, how about adding another few nights to your itinerary?
Where can I get the best vacation package deals for Providence?
Picking up a great package deal to Providence couldn’t be easier with Travelocity. With access to 400 airlines and 665,000 properties worldwide, you’re flush with choice when picking your hotels and flights.
Why should I purchase my Providence vacation bundle via Travelocity?
From our 24/7 customer care to our range of fantastic destinations, we’re dedicated to giving you the most unforgettable vacation. All you need to do is to click and book — our Price Match Guarantee will make sure you lock in the best price.
Can I save money on my Providence car rental if I bundle it with a hotel or flight?
Bundling your car, hotel and flight into a Providence vacation package is the easiest way to score the best deal. Plus, having your own car rental gives you absolute freedom to find your way to all those big-name sights you’d like to see. Sitting 40 mi away from Providence, Fenway Park is one attraction that should feature on your itinerary. Fasten your seat belt and make a day trip of it.
What is the best time of year to go to Providence?
It all comes down to whether you want to save cash or visit Providence at its most exciting. The quietest time to see this part of the world is . If you’d like to experience this destination at its busiest, consider . More interested in saving your hard-earned cash? The most affordable month is . usually has the most expensive prices.
Which airport is best for Providence?
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) is one of the best airports for Providence. It’s about 43 mi northeast of the buzzing city center. Your other choices are Providence, RI (PVD-T.F. Green) (7 mi away from central Providence) and Hyannis, MA (HYA-Barnstable Municipal) (59 mi away from central Providence).
What is there to do in Providence?
While taking the path less traveled is no doubt rewarding, you really shouldn’t miss the popular sights that make a destination famous. Brown University and Roger Williams Park Zoo are just two of them in Providence.
Where should I stay when visiting Providence?
You have ample options, with Warwick and Downtown being the most favored areas among travelers. If the former better suits your Providence adventures, check out the rates at the Hampton Inn & Suites Providence/Warwick-Airport (2.5 stars) and the Best Western Airport Inn (2.5 stars). If you’d prefer the latter, we’d recommend the Omni Providence Hotel (4.0 stars) or the Graduate Providence (4.0 stars).

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on Travelocity.com from 2019-04-01 - 2020-03-31 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.