The Newport Beach Hotel & Suites, RI, is located at the corner of Wave Avenue and Memorial Boulevard in the southern New England seaside resort town of Newport. It recently constructed a new series of suites adjacent to the historic landmark main building that also underwent renovations.
This hotel is a member of the Historic Hotels of America.
Its 22 guest rooms and 20 suites of one and two bedroom varieties feature granite topped bathroom surfaces and wood inlay designs. Each room's amenities include 37 inch televisions with cable and DVD players. The hotel has a complimentary DVD movie library. There is also an MP3 player with iPod dock.
The rooms also have a refrigerator and microwave oven.
Wireless Internet access is complimentary. Each guest room is also afforded one complimentary parking space. Additional parking is available for a low fee.
The Newport Beach Hotel & Suites, RI, has an indoor pool and an outdoor hot tub on the rooftop deck, overlooking the Newport pond. There is a fire pit on the deck as well.
Each of the new suites has its own washer and dryer and there is laundry service available for the rooms in the historic hotel building.
A broad variety of massages and relaxation therapies are offered at the hotel, as well as facial, nail and skin treatments. These treatments feature all natural products.
The hotel also has a fitness center with modern equipment sporting individual television screens.
The Newport Beach Hotel & Suites, RI, has a number of dining options. Both the Ocean View Caf, and the Greenhouse Room offer breakfast with a water side view. The Ocean View Lounge offers dinner. Other dining choices are numerous within the span of just two blocks from the hotel.
Event space here is available that is suited to 25 or 200 people. The 5,000 sq. ft. of event space includes two ballrooms and the hotel boasts of in house professional meeting experts and events planners.
This hotel is sistered with 6 other New England accommodation sites, all of them owned and operated by the Newport Hotel Group.
This hotel is just one mile from the downtown area which is filled with shops, eateries and galleries. It is also just a short walk from this hotel to the 3.5 mile long Cliff Walk that winds between the sea and the sculpted lawns of numerous mansions from the Gilded Age at the end of the 19th Century and early 20th Century.
Several golf courses can also be found just several miles from here.
The International Tennis Hall of Fame is also nearby where the museum sits within the grass courts used for the first US Open in the late 19th Century. The courts are still played upon today and can be reserved in advance for matches.