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Johnson & Wales Inn

Johnson & Wales Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

For rates that are only marginally higher than those of the budget chain hotels in Seekonk, Johnson & Wales gives more for your money. The on-site restaurant serves delicious local steak and seafood, and the large rooms are a step up from those at the nearby Comfort Inn and Hampton Inn, with flat-screen TVs, higher quality decor and bedding, and enormous bathrooms (though the extra space isn't always used well). Sure, the decor is dated in typical New England fashion (mustard-colored carpeting, antique-style furnishings), but this is a surprisingly affordable hotel.
Courtyard by Marriott Providence Downtown

Courtyard by Marriott Providence Downtown Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Courtyard Providence Downtown is a mid-range chain hotel in a prime -- you guessed it -- downtown Providence location. It's a dependable hotel that delivers clean, comfortable beds at a reasonable rate. The indoor pool and Jacuzzi are excellent additions for families.
Best Western Plus Providence - Seekonk Inn

Best Western Plus Providence - Seekonk Inn Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The Best Western Seekonk has clean rooms, a heated indoor pool (great during New England winters), a fitness center, and a free daily breakfast -- for a budget-friendly price. Decor is what you'd expect (standard drab-chain getup), and for the most part amenities are no-frills -- though the in-room microwaves and mini-fridges are a bonus. Although there is no restaurant on the property, the location on busy commercial Route 6 is near chain restaurants galore.
Comfort Inn Seekonk

Comfort Inn Seekonk Rating: 2.5 Pearls

If saving money is a top priority, Comfort Inn Seekonk may fit the bill. It’s a budget chain hotel, which means basic rooms for cheap rates. But every room does have a mini-fridge and a microwave, which are nice perks in a no-frills sort of space. And an expanded continental breakfast is included daily, too, further amping up the value. But rooms at the Hampton Inn Seekonk are perhaps a tad nicer, so it's worth comparing prices.
Hampton Inn Seekonk

Hampton Inn Seekonk Rating: 2.5 Pearls

In comparison with its neighboring budget-chain hotels, Hampton Inn Seekonk offers a good bang for the buck. The rooms are clean, comfortable, and updated with flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. The daily breakfast is solid, and the seasonal outdoor pool is a perk (though the one at neighboring Comfort Inn is much larger). The area leaves something to be desired (aside from the convenience factor to downtown Providence), but on the upside, if you forgot something at home, there are plenty of stores within a minute’s drive.
Hampton Inn & Suites Providence Downtown

Hampton Inn & Suites Providence Downtown Rating: 2.5 Pearls

It may be a chain hotel, but Hampton Inn & Suites Providence Downtown still has personality and character, thanks in part to its historic building. With a free daily breakfast, modern features (including flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and a fully equipped fitness center), and a central location in downtown Providence, you'll get a lot of bang for your buck here. Plus, suites come with microwaves, mini-fridges, and pull-out couches. There's plenty for both business travelers and families to like, but there's no pool -- unlike at the nearby Courtyard by Marriott.
Days Inn Cranston/Providence

Days Inn Cranston/Providence Rating: 2.0 Pearls

There is little to say about this budget chain hotel. The location is convenient to downtown Providence and the Garden City Center, and the rates are among the cheapest in the area. Other than that, Day Inn Cranston/Providence doesn’t have a lot going for it. The housekeeping is questionable, and the rooms are in dire need of renovations. On the plus side, you won’t spend a lot of money.
Days Inn Attleboro

Days Inn Attleboro Rating: 2.0 Pearls

Sports fans in town for the game and families on a budget make up much of the visitor base at Days Inn Attleboro. The rooms are cheap, and it’s a quick ride to Providence, Pawtucket Stadium, and Gillette Stadium. It’s definitely a no-frills kind of place -- no luxurious linens or gleaming bathrooms here. The microwaves and mini-fridges in most rooms are a nice touch, however. The decor is dated and the feel is overall that of a motel. So if you just need a place to crash for the night and are on a tight budget, it’s worth checking out. If you're a non-smoker, though, make sure you request a non-smoking room (smoking rooms are available).


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