NECRONOMICON-PROVIDENCE 2019 – Lodging
We’re very happy to offer special rates at some of the very best hotels in Providence, including our two primary convention venues: the historic Providence Biltmore, and the upscale Omni right next door in central downtown Providence, as well as the downtown Courtyard Marriott.
**Please note that the Biltmore and Omni hotels, our Twin Pillars of Convention Weirdness, are both central sites for most of the core programming.**
For reservations at the OMNI HOTEL (1 W Exchange St, 02903), please ring their central reservation number – 800-THE-OMNI (or 800-843-6664) – and use the meeting name “NecronomiCon 2019” – or use their online direct reservation link: Necronomicon 2019. Standard rooms with two beds are available at $169-$189 plus tax/night, depending on number of guests.
For reservations at the COURTYARD MARRIOTT (32 Exchange Terrace at Memorial Blvd, 02903), just a block away from the rest of the hotels, please ring them – 401-272-1191 – and use the meeting name “NecronomiCon 2019” – or use their online reservation link: Necronomicon 2019. Standard rooms with two king beds are available for $169 plus tax/night.
The BILTMORE is currently SOLD OUT! Sometimes cancellations occur, so feel free to check just in case…
For reservations at the PROVIDENCE GRADUATE (formerly BILTMORE – 11 Dorrance St, 02903), please ring their reservation number – 800-294-7709 – and use the meeting name “NecronomiCon Providence 2019” – or use their online direct reservation link: NecronomiCon Providence. Our convention rates at the Graduate / Biltmore are $149 plus tax / night for a single King bed, and $169 plus tax / night for a two bed suite – while they last! There have been some issues with the link – if you have any, try to refresh the reservations page first and, if that doesn’t work, just give them a ring. Note: the Biltmore is under new ownership (again!), has undergone extensive renovation (again), and as of May 2019 is called PROVIDENCE GRADUATE Hotel.
“Here in Providence the three tallest buildings are all Georgian in pattern, especially the sumptuous Biltmore hotel, which is 18th century in every essential outline and decoration.” –HPL, From a letter to Frank Belknap Long, 26 January 1924