Hotels with Extras in Rhode Island
Rhode Island calls itself the “Ocean State” because the Atlantic Ocean and Narragansett Bay are nearby, and a go-to resource for play, relaxation, dining, and family traditions. Rhode Island inns and hotels are very likely to offer “extras” to get guests close to the sea, like kayaks, canoes or sailboats for rent; spa with sweeping water views; games or wine-tastings on the beach or seaside lawn. Ocean State traditions include fishing and shell fishing, and dining on the catch. The state is a culinary hothouse, and one-time cooking classes for the public are offered in lots of places – possibly including at your own hotel.