Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel5 Avenue of the Arts, Providence 4.0 out of 5.0
Formerly a 1920s Masonic temple, this downtown Providence hotel is across from the magnificent Rhode Island State House, 1 block from the WaterFire river sculptures, ...
Newport Marriott25 America's Cup Ave, Newport 3.5 out of 5.0
In Newport's historic district, this hotel is a a few minutes' walk from White Horse Tavern and Touro Synagogue. The Elms, the vintage architecture, ocean views ...
Ramada Seekonk Providence Area213 Taunton Ave, Seekonk 3.0 out of 5.0
Situated in Seekonk, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Monster Mini Golf and within 3 mi (5 km) of Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park and United Skates of America. ...
Providence Biltmore, Curio Collection by Hilton11 Dorrance St, Providence 4.0 out of 5.0
Providence Biltmore Hotel was designed by the same architects who conceived Grand Central Station. City Hall is across the street, and the RI Convention Complex ...
Mainstay Hotel & Conference Center151 Admiral Kalbfus Rd, Newport 2.5 out of 5.0
Situated in Newport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Newport Grand Slots and Naval War College Museum. Touro Synagogue and International Tennis Hall of Fame ...
Rhode Island hotels
Rhode Island is the smallest US state, but packs a punch in terms of places to visit for those staying at Rhode Island hotels. Known as the Ocean State, this New England state is home to several miles of white-sand beaches and historic colonial landmarks. The prestigious Brown University, the Rhode Island State House, and Narragansett beaches are all are within easy reach of the superb hotels Rhode Island offers.
Rhode Islands Quick Picks and Tips
Rhode Island is a state dotted with historic places such as the Marble House, Breakers Mansion, Belcourt Castle, and many more. Visitors can see these treasures along the many heritage trails.
Major Point of Interest
Newport is a popular destination for Rhode Island hotel guests. Its famous Cliff Walk, a walking tour along the coast, offers stunning ocean views and passes by many elegant mansions.
Rhode Island boasts some unique dishes not found elsewhere, like the clam cake. Try this and other local favorites at George's of Galilee or Champlin's Seafood; or for a taste of history, head to the country's oldest tavern, the White Horse.
Providence and Newport offer plenty of shopping options. The Providence Place Mall has department stores and popular chains, and Newport's Brick Market Place and Bannister's Wharf are great for local gifts.
Besides all the outdoor recreation options, visitors can catch the Pawtucket Red Sox play baseball at McCoy Stadium or check out the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport.
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