Had a good stay,
Good: room was spacious, large fridge, clean bathroom.
Bad: bought poolside room to only find out pool was closed which sucked. Locks to the sliding doors facing outside are weak/broken, we had to shove a metal rod in to lock it. Comforters and blankets had long hair all over them so my partner and I slept in the sheet.
Traveller from mansfield, ma
Situated in Mansfield, this hotel is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from Foxborough Country Club and 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Ace Archers …More
My experience was amazing - the hotel itself is fantastic and the room was wonderful. The staff went the extra mile to ensure our stay was great. I loved the nice touch of the cookies in the lobby and the antiques. There was also a printer in the lobby that we were able to use free of charge. Everything was just stellar.
This hotel reigns over the city's Arts and Entertainment district, a neighborhood graced with myriad shops, restaurants …More
My wife and I stayed at NYLO for two nights on a short sightseeing trip. We chose it because of it original design and easy access to major roads and central location to visit Newport, Providence and several State Parks. Rooms are functional and quiet, but not big. Parking is plentiful, but located across the street (very little traffic). We only had one breakfast there - it was very good, and after checking the menu, dinner should be good too.
Traveller from Western Mass
Situated on the scenic Pawtuxet River, NYLO Providence/Warwick is 3.5 miles (5.6 km) from T. F. Green Airport. Several …More
Over all, really nice. Great room, the breakfast was delicious, and the location was really convenient. The walkway around the pool was a bit narrow, felt like you could slip in if you didn't pay 100% attention.
Situated in Seekonk, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Seekonk Grand Prix and Fantasyland. Seekonk Speedway and …More
The city of Attleboro was founded in 1694 and is known as the birthplace of New England’s jewelry industry. Today, jewelry and metal fabrication are still important industries and the city’s museums and fine-jewelry stores highlight the skill of its craftspeople. The site of one former jewelry plant, adjacent to downtown, has been turned into a riverfront park.