Historic lodging of RI and Newport welcomes you for a cozy getaway
Rhode Island teems with history, from the northern Blackstone Valley, where the American Industrial Revolution was born in the textile mills there, to the shores of Newport, with its cobbled colonial streets and 19th-century Gilded Age mansions. Rhode Island historical lodging, including first class hotels, places visitors right at the places where history was made. These RI hotels and lodgings often are luxurious all by themselves, a wonderful place simply to relax and contemplate the passing of time.
117 Memorial Boulevard
Newport, RI, 02840
Historic Elegance and Charm Above the Atlantic in Newport
Exceptional service, a scenic promontory above the Atlantic, and elegant reminders of the Gilded Age merge in this historic Newport hotel and landmark. Built in 1870 as a summertime retreat, our hotel in Newport, RI re-opened as The Chanler at Cliff Walk in 2003 with artifacts from its days as a museum now integrated into the current décor. On-site services and thoughtful touches include luxurious ocean and garden view villas and suites with unique decor and modern comforts and amenities. Four exceptional dining settings feature the bounty of New England farms and coasts. House car service, Wi--Fi , valet parking, and yoga on the lawn are complimentary, while Mansion tickets, private tour arrangements, fitness center passes, and the Beach Butler service are available at your call.
One Bellevue Avenue
Newport, RI, 02840
90 Years Of History
Hotel Viking, a Newport landmark since opening in 1926, is Newport’s first hotel and a member of the Historic Hotels of America. The hotel is within walking distance of Newport’s Gilded Age mansions, museums and historical attractions. When it opened, Hotel Viking represented hope for the future, not nostalgia for the past despite its architectural connection to Newport’s colonial history. What makes us special is that we’re entrenched in history in part to the famous guests like John and Jacqueline Kennedy, Will Rogers, Ella Fitzgerald, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan and others that have stayed.
113 Ocean Road
Narragansett, RI, 02882
History and hospitality meet at this waterfront Victorian Inn
By the middle of the 19th century, Narragansett had become a prominent seaside resort. Quieted during the Civil War, it rose again to rival Newport in elegance and social prestige. It once featured the Narragansett Pier Casino, designed by the most prominent American architectural firm of the era, landscaped by the revered Frederick Law Olmstead, and populated by many of America's most affluent and important citizens. Today, the town and the namesake of the proud Native American tribe is set amidst elm trees and filled with the homes of 19th century whaling captains. In perfect harmony, this historic and Victorian lodging and landmark welcomes you to enjoy its modern amenities and waterfront pleasures on Narragansett Bay, hard by the Atlantic.