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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.
Johnson & Wales Inn

Johnson & Wales Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

For rates that are only marginally higher than those of the budget chain hotels in Seekonk, Johnson & Wales gives more for your money. The on-site restaurant serves delicious local steak and seafood, and the large rooms are a step up from those at the nearby Comfort Inn and Hampton Inn, with flat-screen TVs, higher quality decor and bedding, and enormous bathrooms (though the extra space isn't always used well). Sure, the decor is dated in typical New England fashion (mustard-colored carpeting, antique-style furnishings), but this is a surprisingly affordable hotel.
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.
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.
Wellington Resort

Wellington Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Wellington Resort, a large mid-range condominium complex, features huge apartment-style accommodations with exceptional views of Newport Harbor. While clean and spacious, rooms at the Wellington are incredibly dated, with cheap furniture and dated decor. Apartments can be rented as one- or two-bedroom units, but potential guests should know that the second bedroom is detached from the rest of the apartment and requires a separate entrance. All apartments are equipped with kitchens, a fireplace, and laundry machines. The resort has two pools (one indoor, one outdoor), a fitness center, and a clubhouse where guests can watch TV in a communal living room, or use the hotel’s computer. There is no restaurant on-site, but the hotel is located on Thames Street, within walking distance of some of Newport’s best shopping and dining.
Courtyard by Marriott Providence Downtown

Courtyard by Marriott Providence Downtown Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Courtyard Providence Downtown is a mid-range chain hotel in a prime -- you guessed it -- downtown Providence location. It's a dependable hotel that delivers clean, comfortable beds at a reasonable rate. The indoor pool and Jacuzzi are excellent additions for families.
Mainstay Hotel & Conference Center

Mainstay Hotel & Conference Center Rating: 2.5 Pearls

In a town with notoriously expensive hotel prices, the Mainstay Hotel & Conference Center offers guests room rates that are consistently budget-friendly, even during the summer months. Formerly a Best Western, the Mainstay still retains a chain-like feel. Guest rooms, while fairly spacious, have traditional, cheap furnishings, boring white walls and bedspreads, and bland bathrooms in need of a major update -- and most smell like smoke, even if deemed “non-smoking.” Parking and Wi-Fi are free, and there is a restaurant on-site, but the hotel is not within walking distance of all the action in downtown Newport. However, it is just a few minutes down the road from the U.S. Naval War College, and there is a nondescript casino called SLOTS, across the street.
Best Western Plus Providence - Seekonk Inn

Best Western Plus Providence - Seekonk Inn Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The Best Western Seekonk has clean rooms, a heated indoor pool (great during New England winters), a fitness center, and a free daily breakfast -- for a budget-friendly price. Decor is what you'd expect (standard drab-chain getup), and for the most part amenities are no-frills -- though the in-room microwaves and mini-fridges are a bonus. Although there is no restaurant on the property, the location on busy commercial Route 6 is near chain restaurants galore.
Comfort Inn Seekonk

Comfort Inn Seekonk Rating: 2.5 Pearls

If saving money is a top priority, Comfort Inn Seekonk may fit the bill. It’s a budget chain hotel, which means basic rooms for cheap rates. But every room does have a mini-fridge and a microwave, which are nice perks in a no-frills sort of space. And an expanded continental breakfast is included daily, too, further amping up the value. But rooms at the Hampton Inn Seekonk are perhaps a tad nicer, so it's worth comparing prices.


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