Visiting Newport? Here’s where you should stay!
Castle Hill Inn
Castle Hill is the best of the best. The view is amazing, the rooms are exquisite, and the food is…just wow! You will not be disappointed – we guarantee it. The inn was originally built in 1875 as a summer residence for a noted Harvard University marine biologist. Today, this luxurious inn sits on an exclusive 40-acre peninsula bordering the ocean. The panoramic views of the Newport bridge and the Narragansett Bay are stunning, especially at sunset. If the weather allows, be sure to enjoy a meal on their patio or a cocktail in the Adirondack chairs on the sprawling lawn. Situated close enough to see Newport’s best attractions in just a short car ride but far enough away so you can just enjoy the natural beauty without traffic and distractions, Castle Hill Inn is the perfect place to enjoy a weekend getaway. Oh yeah, did we mention that some of the rooms also feature oversized soaking tubs, cozy fireplaces, and wet bars?
The Chanler at Cliff Walk
With views of Easton Bay, this luxurious hotel, which was originally a 19th-century mansion, couldn’t be more spectacular if it tried. The location is primo – a three-minute walk from Easton’s Beach, steps from the Cliff Walk, and about 1.5 miles from the heart of downtown Newport. The rooms, all of which feature custom linens and upholstery, as well as distinguished designs, are all inspired in a variety of different styles characteristic of Newport’s rich history. Aside from the Chanler’s location and beautifully appointed rooms, the dining options, Cara, The Cafe, and the Lounge, will not disappoint.
Located on 10 acres of rolling lawns with spectacular ocean views, OceanCliff offers a unique blend of breathtaking beauty, fabulous cuisine, and rich history. The resort’s 24 guestrooms will transport your right back to the 19th-century with the convenience of modern technology and the beauty of stunning oceanfront views. Come for a relaxing weekend getaway or give your wedding guests the ultimate experience by booking their historic guestrooms and gatehouse. With many rooms boasting features such as sleigh beds, ocean views, and jacuzzi tubs OceanCliff is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Gurney’s Newport Resort
Nestled on a small island in Narragansett Bay, Gurney’s Newport Resort affords water views in every direction. With 257 guest rooms and suites, and a variety of options for dining and drinking, Gurney’s has it all. It’s the perfect place for a family reunion, a wedding, or simply a weekend away. And it’s within walking distance of Newport’s bustling downtown. The expansive property truly has something for everyone, whether you want a day at the spa, an afternoon sunbathing by the pool, or a day visiting local attractions.
The Vanderbilt is all about that New England aesthetic. Its decor is crisp and modern but defined by ocean hues like coral and seafoam to invoke Newport’s unique sense of place. There’s plenty of room to spread out in the Vanderbilt’s generously sized suites that range from 400 to 2,000 sq. ft. With views that look onto their private Garden Terrace or the historic downtown and Newport Harbor, you’ll feel right at home. And since it’s situated in the heart of downtown Newport, you can walk just about everywhere. But you might not want to leave – the dining options on the property are great! We’d recommend dinner at The Gwynne and (if the weather allows) an evening cocktail at sunset on their rooftop deck!
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