Rhode Island hotels offer lots of choices for vacations & getaways
Rhode Island hotels and motels serve every segment of the public, whether traveling for business, pleasure, or some of both. RI hotels and motels cover the gamut from high-priced luxury bed and breakfasts, boutique hotels, and historic inns to brand name chain hotels in a range of prices to wooded campgrounds and seaside motels. All of these RI lodgings and accommodations places visitors on vacation close to many wonderful attractions in the Ocean State: beaches, Newport mansions, authentic Italian dining on Federal Hill in Providence, yachting, golf, theater, shopping, and plenty of fairs and festivals of all descriptions.
75 Mill Street
Newport, RI, 02840
Charming lodgings with a maritime history
Featuring great service and hospitality in a seaside setting, this small luxury hotel, a member of the “Green" Hotels Association, also happens to be on the National Register of Historic Places. The charming brick exterior contrasts beautifully with its contemporary, award-winning interior featuring exposed brick walls, wooden beams, and soothing earth tone decor. Ensconced in the historic Hill Neighborhood of Newport, it’s just steps away from lively Thames Street with its trendy waterfront shops and restaurants. 23 spacious and luxurious suites offer down feather beds, free wireless internet, flat screen TV's, marble bathrooms, and complimentary continental breakfast and afternoon tea. A rooftop patio provides guests a perfect view of the harbor and the rest of this celebrated city by the sea.
3009 Tower Hill Road
South Kingstown, RI, 02874
South County location offers the best of Rhode Island nearby
This popular hotel sits near the University of Rhode Island’s beautiful campus, major area corporations and every attraction and activity south country has to offer. This convenient location offers unparalleled quality service, comforts and amenities in 107 non-smoking rooms, with 5 accessible rooms that feature standard and wireless internet. Head out for sightseeing, historic landmarks, quaint villages, unique shops and world class fine and casual dining. You’re close to two of America’s most scenic and celebrated places in Newport, with its waterfront and gilded age mansions, and Block Island, called by the Nature Conservancy one of the “last great places in the western hemispheres. Narragansett and points south along the coast offer beautiful beaches and limitless outdoor recreation.
25 Spray Rock Road
Providence, Newport, Westerly, RI and Fall River, RI, 02891
Perfectly Poised by the Sea, Inn Offers Luxury Indoors and Out
The Weekapaug Inn offers all the modern amenities of the finest modern resort, while maintaining a rich sense of history and place that comes with more than a century as a destination for visitors to Rhode Island’s shore. The inn is easily accessible from both New York and Boston. Once operated as a seasonal resort only, the inn, after a multi-million dollar renovation is now open year round, offering guests a taste of life on the shore in all seasons. Each of the inn’s 31 guest rooms has its own décor that blends vintage Weekapaug pieces, with new furnishings. With both casual and fine dining options, al fresco eating, boating options and numerous activities, the Weekapaug Inn maintains a longstanding reputation for all the best of New England living.
One Bellevue Avenue
Newport, RI, 02840
Located In The Heart Of Downtown Newport
Hotel Viking’s 2016 renovation transformed its lobby, restaurant, lounge and common space into an open, bright and welcoming environment for its guests. Located on historic Bellevue Avenue the hub downtown Newport, the hotel is within walking distance of Newport’s Gilded Age mansions, waterfront shopping and Tennis Hall of Fame. Hotel Viking offers 208 impressively appointed guest rooms and suites. Hotel Viking's dining options include award-winning One Bellevue serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner daily. Unique to Newport is the hotel’s rooftop bar & kitchen, Top of Newport. SpaFjör offers a selection of massage, facial and body treatments.
1 Bluff Avenue
Watch Hill, RI, 02891
Oceanside elegance with centuries old tradition
This celebrated New England hotel, opened in 1868 just after the Civil War and redone from the ground up in 2010, retains its place among historic oceanside destinations. Sweeping views of the Atlantic, large porches and terraces, landscaped grounds, and a private ocean beach with cabanas conspire to bring natural beauty and 21st century amenities together for your vacation pleasures. Savor the OH! Spa, five restaurants offering farm-to-table cuisine, and an endless array of daily resort activities including complimentary classes in the Center for Wine & Culinary Arts. 49 beautifully appointed rooms and 18 Signature Suites offer custom furnishings, muted colors and early New England artwork along with Internet access, flat screen televisions, and iPod docking stations. Inside the warm yellow façade, tradition and exceptional service abide.
9 Commerce Drive
Middletown, RI, 02842
A cozy name-brand hotel close to the City by the Sea
The Courtyard Marriott is your top choice for business or pleasure when coming to the Newport Middletown area. You’re close to the region’s colleges, universities, military and private schools. The celebrated harbor in the historic colonial era downtown offers great shopping, eating and exploring. Visit Fort Adams state park, any of the nearby beaches, or the famous mansions on Bellevue Avenue & Cliff Walk where the ocean is always in view. Your room has ergonomic chairs, large work desks, and free high-speed Internet access. There’s a business center with free printing services, a fitness center, a whirlpool tub, an indoor and outdoor pool. Dine in and casually at the Bistro restaurant where you can also start your day with Starbucks.
70 Winnapaug Road
Misquamicut, RI, 02891
The south coast beckons - answer in the affirmative
This stylish and top rated boutique hotel is a sun drenched retreat with comfortable and affordable guestrooms, suites, villas and cottages with stylish amenities and décor inspired by Pottery Barn, LL Bean, and Restoration Hardware. You’re steps away from majestic beaches including Breezeway’s own private beachfront, as well as our own family-run restaurant. The south coast offers the Ocean State’s finest in beaches and beach
lodgings, not to mention nearby Newport, Block Island and enchanting
coastal villages. Your stay includes complimentary towels, beach and resort parking passes, and bicycles for long rides along the shore roads. ADA accessible areas and accommodations are available for guests with disabilities.
38-44 Bay Street
Watch Hill, RI, 02891
Reach the Heights of Luxury at This All-Suite Inn
Rising from a hill overlooking a cove on the Atlantic, Watch Hill Inn exceeds all expectations for luxury and service. The all-suite property is one two Gilded-Age hotels in Watch Hill to survive the 1938 hurricane. Meticulously renovated, the residential-style suites are furnished with clean, modern lines and nautical décor. Technology includes in-room iPads, wireless music systems, and Apple TV. Meals can be delivered to your door, or guests are welcomed at the grand Ocean House just up the street. This sister offers delightful dining at Seasons, a Forbes Five-Star restaurant; the Bistro, with traditional brasserie fare; the Verandah, which sweeps across the south facade of the hotel, and other choices. Play outdoors at the private beach, or borrow and try out kayaks, paddleboards, or sailboats.