This is a very fun hotel with a distinctive NY Urban feel. The beds were AMAZING and the shower rain-soak style shower heads were perfection. My room had a great view of the river and was extremely quiet. A great place to work, socialize, or use as a base camp to explore the area.
Traveller from Wichita
Situated on the scenic Pawtuxet River, NYLO Providence/Warwick is 3.5 miles (5.6 km) from T. F. Green Airport. Several …More
I chose the Red Roof Inn in Mansfield because of its very convenient location to both routes 95 and 495.
There were many positives:
- convenient location
- highly accommodating front desk staff
- comfortable beds
- decent heating system
- 24 hr coffee/hot water bar in lobby
- thick bath towels
- clean bathroom
- microwave and fridges in room
- large grocery store within walking distance
- no breakfast
- noisy ice machine near our 1st floor room (#127)
- housekeeping just okay - crumbs on the bureau near the tv, and we needed more towels for two people
Overall, I'd say it's a very good hotel for the price - I'd definitely stay there again. Thank you front desk staff!
Traveller from Eastern 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
Overall it wasn't a bad experience but I was not aware of the construction that was going on at the hotel which wasn't desirable, however it was manageable. I understand that the construction was to make the hotel nicer so it was ok.
Traveller from Lock Haven, PA
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 1.2 mi (1.9 km) from Lincoln Park Cemetery and 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Ocean State …More
We are frequent comic con goers and we stayed at this hotel last year. They were even better this year! The hotels fresh young staff was very pleasant and they were able to help us and make great reccomendatikns for local shops. Everyone was great! Our room was exceptional and overall the stay was the best we’ve stayed at in a long time.
My only complaint was in regards to the dinner at the restaurant attached to the hotel. The food was I’ve cooked and very bland and the loud Disney music was sickening and really didn’t match the vibe of the bar and restaurant. We both agreed we would not eat there again next year.
Traveller from Holyoke
This hotel reigns over the city's Arts and Entertainment district, a neighborhood graced with myriad shops, restaurants …More
The name “Seekonk” comes from the native Wampanoag words for “black goose,” and “black” Canadian geese can still be seen here today. Serving primarily as a residential suburb of Providence and the Boston area, the town of Seekonk is on the Massachusetts side of that state’s border with Rhode Island. The town is known for its retail corridor along Route 6 and its NASCAR speedway.