It's all about the location. My place is nothing fancy just a basic room. You are booking one of two rooms on the 3rd floor and will be sharing a common area and bathroom. Close to restaurants and dining, nightlife, public transportation, Brown University, RISD, Providence Ports, and downtown. Great for business or casual travelers looking to stay close to downtown. No need to find parking for events like water fire, new years eve, 4th of July, or any special events going on in Providence.
(Room# 4) 3rd floor room with a twin size mattress. At this time there is no central heating. There is a space heater in the room during the winter months and A/C unit in the window for the summer months. Working desk, nightstand, bureau, closet, cable TV, and wireless internet.
Toegang voor gasten
All guest(s) will share a kitchen area with refrigerator, small microwave, and sink only. Also, all guest(s) will share a full size bathroom with shower stall. Parking lot view of famous Coffee Exchange Café on Wickenden Street. All guest(s) will get 25% off dining downstairs at Angkor Restaurant during business hours only(Restaurant is closed for the summer from June to September)
Interactie met gasten
I am the chef downstairs at Angkor Restaurant and available during your stay.
Andere dingen waar je op moet letten
(Room #4) 3rd floor private bedroom with a twin size mattress sharing a kitchen area with refrigerator, sink, and small microwave only. Also, sharing a full size bathroom with shower stall. If you need parking there's a driveway on the left side of the building. Park next to the green deck that is attached to the building as close to the deck as possible. It is a shared driveway with next door building. During business hours there's two hours parking on the street check street sign for more information. From June to September this is pretty much a self check-in arrangement once you call me for the master lockbox code. If you have a foreign phone and can't call then we can make other arrangements prior to your arrival.
owner/chef at Angkor Restaurant, located close to Brown University, RISD, and downtown. I have custody of my two children. Originally from Cambodia, I escaped from a prison camp with my dad in 1975 and lost all of my family before arriving to the US in 1976. Responsibility and compassion for one another will lead world peace.