My partner and I stayed here for 5 nights and had a great experience. We had only planned to stay for 3 nights, but for other reasons extended our trip. The hotel was a nice place to stay and is only 3 miles away from the downtown area. We used the shuttle service they offered the first night and ...
I stayed with my wife and two grandchildren Overall a very nice looking clean motel Breakfast was very good with abundant food choices. Pool was nice for the kids. Facility very attractive inside and outside.
The stay was a overnight for me and my wife. Just a short weekend. The room was very nice. My wife loved the view of the harbor out the window. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Hotel was very clean. Especially the pool and sauna areas.
Nice hotel, comfortable room , very clean, friendly staff. We came in from Ct for a 4th of July celebration and stayed overnight, The room we had was spacious , comfortable and very clean. Nice shower . I will book here again. Our thank you to the friendly staff
Location is great! This is the 4th time we stayed at the Viking. This visit and the past have not been as great as our first stay. The front desk staff is not so pleasant and not easy to deal with. They rush your check in, and check out- like they are so busy and just want you in and out. Some of ...
Unfortunately, we happened to be booked at the same time as a youth Hockey tournament or something, but the short of it was many kids, up late, making all kinds of noise in the halls and rooms, and parents just as bad; never mind correcting them or teaching them about consideration for others trying ...
As a main feature of the Atlantic Coast, Newport, Rhode Island is a popular tourist destination not only for the history, but also for the casual atmosphere. This bustling coastal town is perfect for those families looking to get away from the pressures of city living. Hotels in Newport are plentiful, and include chain hotels like the Marriott and the Hyatt, luxurious resorts, as well as several picturesque bed and breakfasts like the Cliffside Inn.
The dock is the perfect place for a sea town like Newport to host annual events. The Schooner Aurora Lobster Boil and Sunset Sail is held dockside and is open to the public for a reasonable fee.
The city has a variety of different cuisines including American, Italian, Mexican, and more located near Newport hotels. The Atlantic Beach Club offers fresh seafood and authentic New England hospitality. The top-rated Rosemary and Thyme restaurant on Spring Street serves excellent French fare.
The historic Rose Island lighthouse welcomes visitors to the Narragansett Bay. Tour reservations include transportation to the island.
Newport is home to dozens of shops and stores that have an authentic New England flavor. CH Charles 5&10 is a look into the past and is fun for the entire family. The Brick Market Place between Thames Street and Americas Cup Avenue offers 25 unique specialty shops.
Sailing is a popular recreational sport in Newport. Visitors may book private charters to explore the bay with Captain Mike Charters. Enjoy swimming, fishing, and sunbathing at Easton's Beach, near many hotels Newport.
Great little boutique hotel, within walking distance of nearly all the attractions, and next to a great bar. If you've never stayed here this is what to expect. Small room, extremely clean, free wifi, great European breakfast buffet (eggs, pancake, fresh cut fruit, granola, yogurt and some interesting lunch meats and cheeses with really good coffee, and very nice staff... You stay here so you can walk to the attractions, has a decent lobby that works as a good meeting spot if you've got friends to coordinate with
Although this hotel is older and perhaps in need of renovation, it was clean and comfortable.
Nice place. Staff somewhat indifferent. Left our door open after cleaning room.
Beautiful, romantic, clean. Close to everything. We had a great time. Will definitely be back!