Newport has a wonderful selection of places to stay. Whether you’re looking to get a taste of Gilded Age luxury by staying in a mansion with a view, or you’re hoping for something a bit more modern and centrally located, Newport will have it.
Bouchard Inn – Located in downtown Newport, this inn offers the best of a bed and breakfast and a hotel combined. Enjoy a private entrance to your room, a private bath, and a complimentary gourmet breakfast prepared by Chef Bouchard and delivered to your room every morning. Bouchard Inn is within easy walking distance of many Newport attractions.
The Vanderbilt Grace – Experience the ultimate in luxury when staying at the Vanderbilt Grace. One of the few former private mansions of the gilded age to now operate as a hotel, this mansion, once called Vanderbilt Hall, was built by Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt. Stay here and get a taste of what it was like to live a life of leisure and elegance as the Vanderbilts did.
The Chanler at Cliff Walk – Built in 1870 by Congressman John Winthrop Chanler, “Cliff Lawn” is another former private summer cottage now operating as a hotel. A member of Preferred Boutique, and Historic Hotels of America, The Chanler at Cliff Walk offers a look into the past at Newport’s Golden Age. This is the only hotel located on Newport’s famous Cliff Walk. Take in fabulous views as you relax in luxury or eat on the terrace at the Spiced Pear Restaurant.
The Attwater – This chic, stylish, hotel is centrally located to the waterfront and downtown Newport. While upscale and modern, it remains comfortable and welcoming, and the staff are more than helpful.
Castle Hill Inn – Sitting on 40 acres comprised of lawn, beach, cove, the Castle Hill Inn provides a unique hotel experience. Explore the lighthouse, the marina, or the mansion, or stay in one of the beach side cottages and enjoy a private beach.Tags: Feature