Newport Hotels
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Vanderbilt Grace

Vanderbilt Grace Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Vanderbilt Grace is a 100-year-old mansion built by the Vanderbilt family that has been converted into a modern, elegant hotel. It's a luxury property, so accommodations here don't come cheap, but the rooms are well-appointed, the dining is first-class, and the location is prime -- close to Newport, but without the noise. A spa, a substantial fitness center, and two swimming pools round out the list of features. Plus, guests get plenty of free champagne -- when they check in, and at breakfast every morning.

Forty 1 North

Forty 1 North Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale, eco-friendly boutique hotel set on a marina attracts yacht owners by the dozens, and has a hip bar scene that brings in a trendy local clientele as well. The contemporary rooms are luxuriously appointed and decked out with all the latest technology, and the rates reflect that -- they start around $500 and go up into the thousands per night. But travelers who can afford it will enjoy gorgeous rooms and unparalleled marina views. However, amenities are few for the price -- the hotel lacks both a fitness center and spa.

Newport Beach Hotel and Suites

Newport Beach Hotel and Suites Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Newport Beach Hotel and Suites is not located directly on the beach, as the hotel’s website would have you believe -- you actually have to cross a pretty busy street to get to the ocean. Once there, the water is full of seaweed. But this upper-middle-range hotel has some nice on-site amenities, such as a lovely rooftop deck with a hot tub and fire pit (not to mention views of Newport Pond), a small spa, and a decent fitness center. The rooms are spacious enough, and have modern amenities like flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. But this is about a mile outside downtown, so you'll need to drive to get to anything.

Hyatt Regency Newport

Hyatt Regency Newport Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The high cost of this Hyatt is probably due to its location -- nestled on Goat Island, with gorgeous views of the water and just a 10-minute walk across the bridge to downtown. The rooms, while not huge, are comfortable and contemporary, and some have fantastic views. The list of amenities includes multiple dining options, but the extra resort fee and parking costs irritate some guests.

Harborside Inn

Harborside Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The rooms at this small inn aren't very impressive, with tube TVs and basic furniture, and there are no restaurants or bars on-site. But for the price, the Harborside's prime location on Christie’s Wharf, within walking distance of many of Newport’s sights, can't be beat. Free parking in the hard-to-park downtown area is a bonus.

Yankee Peddler Inn

Yankee Peddler Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Every room at the Yankee Peddler Inn has a different configuration, thanks to the nature of the historic mansion’s architecture, but all are perfectly sufficient as far as size goes. Although the decor could use a facelift -- there are old tube TVs and boring artwork on the walls -- rooms do have charming touches (some have four-poster canopy beds). Ground are attractive (think: climbing ivy, potted plants), the roof deck is lovely, and rates are more affordable than at other properties nearby, making this a solid, centrally located value option in pricey Newport.

Residence Inn Newport/Middletown

Residence Inn Newport/Middletown Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Families and business travelers will likely appreciate the comfortable multi-room suites with full kitchenettes (featuring cooktops and dishwashers) at this mid-range hotel, as well as the free daily breakfast and evening socials offered throughout the week. Its location two miles from downtown Newport means visitors can avoid having to pay the pricey downtown Newport rates.

Holiday Inn South Kingstown

Holiday Inn South Kingstown Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This Holiday Inn offers affordable rooms on a busy street. It may be a good option for travelers wanting to visit Newport on a budget (and who don't mind being a 20-minute drive away), or parents visiting their kids at the University of Rhode Island just down the road. Others might want to look elsewhere, as the mediocre rooms and restaurant, small pool, and lack of a free breakfast aren't big draws.

Jailhouse Inn

Jailhouse Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Jailhouse Inn is a no-frills bed and breakfast with free parking located near Washington Square in Newport, a 10-minute walk from downtown. The inn’s history as a former county jail adds character to the decor, with details such as original steel gates and bars on common-area windows. But rates are a little high for such basic rooms.

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Locations

  • Newport
  • Providence
  • Watch Hill

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
  • Cable Television
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Brands

  • Holiday Inn
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  • Residence Inn
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