March 11, 2015
In the heart of Downtown Providence, Rhode Island, The Dean is a five-story, 52-room boutique hotel housed in an early 20th-Century brick building.
Photo courtesy of Christian Harder/ASH NYC
The property retains many of the original features, like mosaic tile flooring and brick façade.
Expect fun, quirky decor elements alongside more rustic and earthy furnishings. The design company ASH NYC gave the hotel a timeless look that marries old (antiques sources from dealers around the world) and new (custom-designed furniture).
A local brew company, Bolt Coffee, offers handcrafted espresso drinks on the ground floor of the hotel.
They also offer a small selection of pastries for slow mornings.
FAUST is a German Hofbrauhaus that offers a selection of sausages and house-made Bavarian pretzels for snacking.
They also serve Bavarian draught beers and American craft brews.
Here, vintage decor in the lobby ladies restroom.
The Classmates room sleeps four in a set of bed bunks. The rooms feature Matouk bed linens and towels.
Throughout the property you'll find a cultured mix of vintage furniture pieces.
The Heights suite features four connected guest rooms, two king suites and two queen rooms on the top floor of the hotel.
The entire hotel stocks custom scented bath products from American Medicinal Arts.
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