Situated near the beach, this hotel is 1 mi (1.7 km) from Newport Grand Slots and within 3 mi (5 km) of Naval War College Museum and Touro Synagogue. International ...
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.
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