What’s your dream job? I’ve always wanted to be a professional hotel + restaurant reviewer. I’ve even done mystery shopping as a side hustle to get a taste of the life. I love finding new places with great vibes. Road trips, day trips, weekend trips always lead me to gems that I can share with others who love to travel. Going forward I’m going to document these places and start a running catalog of all the great experiences. My first stop on this tour is Warwick, Rhode Island.

I was traveling to Warwick and came across a boutique hotel by the name of NYLO. Honestly driving up to the property felt like a scary movie. The building its situated between a dilapidated mill in a business park, a small residential area and a large mall.  Pulling up around nine pm to the dimly lit area had me rethinking my perfect streak for picking amazing hotels. Glad to say I was pleasantly surprised to get the full NYLO effect. Upon entering there’s a huge barn door painted in a very bold yellow. When  saw this door I immediately knew this spot would be a gem! The check in desk was backed by various art and the lobby was filled with hanging chairs and a large wall filled with books.

 The building looks as if it was formerly a mill or some type of industrial workplace. I loved the exposed brick in the rooms. My particular room did not have the best lighting but scrolling through instagram I noticed people using these rooms often for photo shoots. My room overlooked the river and one of my favorite sites, the Target bulls eye.
The hotel boasts a gym which was very clean and well put together. The best part was the gym area had a sauna, showers and lockers. I was surprised to see a boutique hotel gym with this many amenities. If you love working out while traveling this would definitely be a plus.
 Food is a major key any where I go. I had breakfast in the hotel restaurant. Everything was fresh and delicious. My meal was the signature breakfast with a side of fruit but there were definitely some exciting options on the menu.
I dined during a very slow hour but the service was great. It’s still a little chilly outside but there’s a full outdoor patio that looks perfect for warm summer days and a glass of mimosa!
 The hotel restaurant is the best part of NYLO. With vibrant nautical décor, ornate mirrors and tons of natural light, I could have sat in the restaurant all day. This setting is perfect for groups of all sizes. As you can see there is plenty seating and gorgeous photo opportunities. Check out more images below!        Warwick is about twenty minutes from Providence which means there is even more to explore. I’ll definitely be back to NYLO Warwick and I plan on visiting the brand’s other locations as well. This is the perfect spot for a girls weekend. Just make sure you’re traveling with friends who know how to catch you in best light because you will definitely want a million photos in this beautiful hotel!