When we arrived we were able to check in early. Thank you for being so accommodating. The room was great and we even had a view which I wasn't expecting!! Bedding was wonderful and my husband especially loved the robes. We will be back. Thanks for everything!
Great weekend. The only issue I had was that the front desk could not find my reservation upon arrival. Apparently, there was a mistake on the Orbitz side. The reservation was eventually found, but stressful in the beginning. The last 4 times I used Orbitz, I have had some type of problem. I will ...
Sometimes, you get a good rate on an old, historic hotel, and the place evokes John Tarturro's apartment building in the Coen Brothers' movie, Barton Fink: dark, damp, seedy, and menacing. The Biltmore, however, benefits from a recent renovation and, as such, is brightly lit and very modern. The ...
The hotel is located within walking distance to shopping and the wharfs. The hotel itself was very nice, Our room immaculate (but not large). We enjoyed coming back from sight-seeing and holiday shopping, and using the indoor pool and jacuzzi afterwards. The pool area could use a little updating, ...
extremely pleased with this hotel. The room was clean and modern. The hot breakfast was excellent. One of the best FREE breakfasts I've had in a hotel. Pool was nice The water temp. was a bit cool for me. I like my pool temp to be 80 degrees or higher!
The Rhode Island is popular with tourists for picturesque scenery and buildings, beautiful beaches and the wealthy playground of Newport. Hotels in Rhode Island cater for tourists at annual events such as America's Cup yacht racing, the Newport Jazz Festival and Autumn fest. Rhode Island has some 130 hotels located across the state, ranging from budget to five-star luxury rooms. Newport, Middletown Warwick and Providence are the areas with the highest number of Rhode Island hotels.
The multiuse Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence hosts many diverse experiences including dog shows, exhibition and trade shows, and public sporting events.
Rhode Island is famous for its fresh seafood. Try clam chowder and lobster bisque at the highly rated Blount Clam Shack in Providence. The extremely popular Brick Alley Pub in Newport is noted for Quahog Steamers (another clam dish) and an extensive menu.
Guests at Rhode Island Hotels in Newport must not miss the Ocean Drive. This 10-mile stretch of coastal roads has glorious Atlantic Ocean views on one side and stunning historic mansions on the other.
Newport has some fascinating artisan shops such as Armchair Sailor and Scrimshanders. Bellevue Avenue has an eclectic range of high-end shops. Further afield, the Providence Place Mall is a major retail center close to many hotels in Rhode Island.
Visitors that follow professional sport teams can see the Pawtucket Red Sox baseball team at McCoy Stadium. The Providence Bruins ice hockey team plays at the Dunkin Donuts Center.
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