- Newport Mansions
- International Tennis Hall of Fame
- Newport Naval Base
- Cliff Walk
- America's Cup World Series 2012
- Downtown Newport
- Newport/Middletown Beaches
- Brick Market Place
- Newport Restaurants & Nightlife
- Ocean Drive
- Newport Art Museum and Art Association
- Ocean State Tall Ships Festival
- Save the Bay Exploration Center and Aquarium
City Name: Newport
Direction from City Center to Hotel: South West
Distance from Hotel: 2 MI/ 3.22 KM
Closest Convention Center: Providence Convention Center
Distance from Hotel: 35 MI/ 56.33 KM North
Golf: 2 MI/ 3.22 KM
Outdoor Tennis: 2 MI/ 3.22 KM
Eleven historic mansions call Newport, RI home, and hotel patrons are within a few miles of them all. Most of these impressive properties date back to America's prosperous Gilded Age, although some boast architecture reminiscent of the Colonial era.
This hotel's location in Middletown, RI puts guests five miles from our popular beaches, including Sachuest Beach and First Beach. Visit during the summer and enjoy the sand, sun and surf, or indulge in a seaside stroll on a quiet winter's day.
The Black Pearl
This long building near the end of the wharf has you covered. The Tavern contains an atmospheric bar and a room with marine charts on the walls. The pricier Commodore's Room is more formal, with linens, candles, real silver, and 19th century sailing prints.
Serves: Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
Phone Number: 1-401-8465264
Don't Go Home Without
Go for a walk along The Cliff Walk before you leave Newport, RI. Hotel patrons love this 3.5-mile hike that overlooks the glistening Eastern shore and is within a National Historic District. You can admire the natural beauty and the historic architecture.
After a day of touring historic mansions, rambling along the Cliff Walk or a day at one of our terrific beaches, you're going to want a good lunch or dinner. Head to Chili's Grill & Bar Restaurant, on site at the hotel's property in Middletown, RI.