Hotel Dolce Villa - Providence41.824031829834, -71.4269027709961
The comfortable Hotel Dolce Villa offers 14 designer guest rooms as well as a baggage storage, a safety deposit box and an elevator.
The property is set within a 20-minute walking distance from Providence city center, 900 meters away from Rhode Island Convention Center.
Hotel Dolce Villa can be reached in a 20-minute drive from T. F. Green airport.
Hotel Dolce Villa welcomes guests to take advantage of climate control, a laptop-compatible safe, television, a work desk and a separate toilet supplied in the rooms. Bathrooms come with a bathtub, a shower and toiletries.
Eat & Drink
The large bar serves a selection of tea and coffee. The pizzeria Pastiche Fine Desserts awaits guests with a selection of Californian dishes.
Multilingual staff offers 24-hour reception, laundry and room service.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible at a location nearby at USD 20 per stay.
Number of rooms: 14.
USD 20 per stay
Bar/ Lounge area
A la carte restaurant
Sports & Fitness
- Golf course
- Room service
- Paid breakfast
- A la carte restaurant
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Air conditioning
- Sitting area
- Free toiletries
6 years or adultsExtra bedUSD 20
Rooms and availability
305 sq. feet
1 King-size bed
In the Room
- City landmarks
Great value for your money! There are many restaurants just around the corner hence no need to get in the car again...
Great value, perfect location.
there were smears of some sort on the bathroom door by the handle.
Plenty space, coffee making, town centre, good price
Service by staff and amenities.
Love the hotel the first time I saw it, and now on my second visit to Providence I had a chance to stay there. Great location, nice and clean, modern and clean.
Great location! Enjoyed our evening in the midst of little Italian town
Dolce Villa is in a charming plaza in the Federal Hill neighborhood, a bit like a slice of the Mediterranean. The desk person was friendly, and the lobby had a shelf of DVDs (don't know if they were complementary or not). The room was essentially a suite, with a full kitchen and living room area in front of the bedroom. If I had been staying in Providence for several days, I could've saved money by cooking. For a couple, it would be a cozy bonding experience. Overall, it was an excellent deal for the $100 special I found online.
The decor could have been improved--it was all white and silver, which was meant to be mod but came across as institutional. Also, there was no body-sized towel in the bathroom, only hand towels. The front desk might provide them on request, but I didn't ask.
That mattress was amazing.
No late checkout? Never heard of that before unless it was a 5,000 room resort on the las vegas strip on January 1.
Not a nice place with no parking. The parking almost costs as muchas the room.
Everything. It was not nice
Staff were fabulous and very accommodating!
Can be noisy on weekend nights at the end toward the nightclub.
The room was very clean. The location was very good. There were plenty of things to in the area immediately surrounding the hotel (I.E. Shopping, restaurants, nightlife). It is also very close to Providence Place and other major points of interest.
The customer service was horrible. The staff is not knowledgeable of the local area. The receptionist was unable to direct has to the hotel. She actually led us in circles before she told us that the hotel is in a pedestrian cory and not visible from the street. We requested to see or speak to a manager when we checked in, but no effort was made to contact us.
Location, staff, accommodations (the room was comfortable and affordable)
Nice staff. Lively area, lot of resaurants and shops
Everything was brand spkaning new-
Bed was lumpy- space overall too white--needs a bit of something--didint care for the "old fashioned retro" chairs.
Very pleasant mini suite with a full kitchen, including full sized refrigerator, stove and dishwasher. Close to many restaurants and night spots.
My only complaint is more with the city that prohibits overnight street parking, forcing the hotel to support access to paid parking. You would have to leave your keys with the front desk, who would go park you car in their lot, and then you would have to ask them to bring your car around when you needed it. This was an additional fee ($15) a night.