Hotels, inns and BnBs are more than just places to rest your head – they play a lead role in how you want to shape your destination experience. We rounded up some new accommodations on the lodging scene that’ll be sure to offer a warm welcome and fine goodnight.
Just up the hill from Newport Easton’s Beach, Town & Tide offers easy access to iconic Cliff Walk, famed Bellevue Avenue and bustling downtown. The Main House offers five guest rooms, The Garden House offers three rooms, and The Carriage features two rooms plus a suite featuring a master bedroom with a fireplace, porch, living/dining area and a kitchen. Also enjoy “The Shed,” a shared outdoor oasis for guests to gather and relax.
PELHAM STREET INN
Sophisticated style offers guests a chic city vibe influenced by the inn’s convenient downtown location. Restaurants, attractions, shops, the wharves and nightlife are right outside your door.
Located on Spring Street, this modern inn with historic charm offers six guest rooms plus The Seaview Suite offering captivating harbor views. Start your day off here with a gourmet breakfast.
With 10 guest rooms and a luxurious two-bedroom suite, The Outlook Inn offers serenity in a city setting, rave-worthy breakfasts and a third-story observation deck for guests to take in the City by the Sea from all angles.
Since becoming a part of the Auberge Resorts Collection last fall, The Vanderbilt lives up to its legacy namesake with luxury accommodations reminiscent of the Gilded Age but with modern appointments. Originally built in 1909 by Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, the mansion offers dining, a manicured Garden Terrace and rooftop bar.
Originally opened in 2017, this 143-room family-owned property in Middletown is now part of Wyndham Hotels & Resorts maintaining its popular Johnny’s Restaurant & Patio Bar, heated saltwater pool, ample wedding and event space and a convenient shuttle to downtown Newport.
The name may not be new to regular visitors to Newport but the inn the sure is! The newly updated Cliffside Inn features traditional motifs mixed with modern touches to blend the property’s historic charm with contemporary style and amenities – a dichotomy for which Lark Hotels has become known. Originally an 1876 Victorian manor, today’s inn features 16 guest rooms, many with original early 20th century furnishings and unique architectural details.
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