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Condé Nast Traveler on Tuesday announced the results of its annual Readers’ Choice Awards, with The Beatrice in Providence recognized as the “#6 Hotel in The Northeast.”
In Newport, The Vanderbilt landed the #1 slot in the Northeast and other Newport locations scored well. The Castle Hill Inn ranked 13th, the Chandler at Cliff Walk #14, The Viking Hotel 15th, and The Hammetts #24.
And, in Westerly, The Weekapaug Inn landed the #7 slot and The Ocean House won the #8 position.
“We are thrilled to be honored by Condé Nast Traveler and to be featured in this year’s Reader’s Choice Awards,” said Joseph R. Paolino, Jr., Managing Partner of Paolino Properties and owner of The Beatrice Hotel. “This recognition is a testament to our commitment to making Providence a top destination known for its historical charm, vibrant downtown, world-class restaurants, and esteemed colleges and universities. We are excited to continue to be a place for both business and leisure travelers to call home while exploring our dynamic city’s celebrated attractions.”
The Beatrice is a boutique hotel, managed by Main Street Hospitality. Featuring 47 well-appointed rooms within the iconic 1887 Exchange Building, the hotel bills itself as “a stunning example of Queen Anne-style architecture.”
“I’ve had the privilege of leading our property on an extraordinary journey. Today, I am thrilled to say that we stand proudly among the very best in our state, and we’ve carved out a well-deserved place as one of the top hotels in the region,” said Jennifer Curtin, General Manager of The Beatrice. “Our team’s dedication and commitment to delivering exceptional hospitality have been the driving forces behind this achievement, and I couldn’t be prouder of what we’ve accomplished together.”