Conventions can mean big business for B&Bs

<b>Area Bed and breakfasts</b> often welcome convention visitors to their upscale rooms. Above is a suite at the Jacob Hill Farm in Seekonk.
Area Bed and breakfasts often welcome convention visitors to their upscale rooms. Above is a suite at the Jacob Hill Farm in Seekonk.
Area bed and breakfasts say they are prospering from the shortage of Providence hotel rooms, but with new boutique and specialty hotels downtown comes new competition. “I do benefit from the convention business,” said Anna Colaiace, owner of The Cady House in Providence. “In many cases people like to stay in a smaller place; (it’s)…

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