Hotels in Rhode Island
Hotels in Rhode Island range from luxurious five-star hotels, quaint bed and breakfasts, simple cottages, and more. Whether for a room with a view, a historic hotel with a story or staying only steps away from the ocean, hotels in Rhode Island have it all.
Located in Newport, Chanler at Cliff Walk was once a private summer home. Each room has its own unique design and name; so all guests have a different experience. Known as one of the best hotels in Rhode Island, Chanler at Cliff Walk offers amenities such as heated bathroom floors, original oil paintings, and ocean views.
Travelers who make their way out to Little Compton will be happy to find a quiet Rhode Island Hotel, the Stone House. This historic, small hotel is located in the mansion of the man who invented the three-ring binder. With just 13 rooms, the space is charmingly old fashioned.
On Sakonnet Point, 30 miles from Newport’s crowded beaches, the 13-room property is a quiet hideaway. The 155-year-old stone Italianate villa just opened after a two-year renovation.
Roosted above the Atlantic Ocean overlooking Newport's Cliff Walk, this Victorian manor house and former home of painter Beatrice Turner channels the sort of joie de vivre stylings one might expect in an eccentric artist residence.
Built in 1722, the property was once a hunt club whose members included the Vanderbilt family.