LGBT friendly lodging in Rhode Island welcomes gay and lesbian guests
Rhode Island’s LGBT friendly hotels and motels and lodgings offer welcome and hospitality to gay and lesbian guests. These RI accommodations place guests close to Rhode Island’s many attractions, from beaches in Newport and the South County, to fine dining, shopping, outdoor fun, and fairs and festivals that take place in every corner of the state.
49 America's Cup Avenue
Newport, RI, 02840
Spend the night where everything is happening
Newport is one of the most exciting destinations in New England with beaches, festivals, music, nightlife, and history. And when you stay at the Newport Harbor Hotel & Marina, you'll be surrounded by it all. We're in the center of the exclusive harbor-front area with views of elegant watercraft, including legendary America’s Cup yachts. Just steps away is Bowen’s Wharf, world-class shopping, sumptuous dining, and exciting entertainment along the waterfront. What better backdrop for our restaurant, Saltwater, featuring innovative farm-to-table cuisine and all the best fresh seafood. After an active evening, retire to one of our guestrooms, featuring modern comforts you'd expect including complementary high-speed WiFi, Blu-ray players and access to our indoor saltwater pool and saunas.
10 Memorial Boulevard
Providence, RI, 02903
Providence - The Creative Capital
Named the #2 Gay-Friendly Vacation City in Travel + Leisure’s “America’s Favorite Cities” 2014 poll, Providence, Rhode Island is the perfect getaway. The city boasts an eclectic arts scene, critically acclaimed restaurants and a youthful energy, thanks to the eight colleges and universities that call it home. Whether you’re looking for a romantic long weekend, a destination wedding, or a fun-filled trip with friends, Providence has it all. Visit GoProvidence.com
to get some inside tips from Providence’s “Glambassador” Haley Star, a top drag performer with more than 1 million YouTube views worldwide.