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booked the inn over new years weekend . prior to arrival date spent 4 days in hospital with my wife who had viral pneumonia and on discharge from hospital was advised by MD not to travel and remain home with medical treatments of nebulizers inhalers...More
We stayed here for a weekend in December. Hotel was clean. Walls and doors are a little thin, but we slept fine.
Breakfast was pretty good, variety of pastries and a LOT of nice fruit which you don't typically see.
Location was perfect. Walking distance...More
Stayed here bec it’s one of the few dog friendly options. They have a couple of dog friendly “apartments”- literally a small sitting area, separate bedroom and a bathroom plus a micro kitchen. Yes it’s true, the rooms are very dated- think your grannies house-...More
This hotel is perfectly situated for access to the shopping area of Newport. I shared the double queen room with two other adults and we never felt crowded. Bed were comfortable and linens fresh and perfect for the season. The breakfast was over the top....More
Loved the convenience of the America's Cup Inn. Right off Thames Street which has lots of shopping, restaurants and is close to the waterfront. Mary Street is easily missed as it is a very narrow one way street but it was not hard to navigate...More
Response from SherrinONolfi | Reviewed this property |
As far as I know there is no elevator and it is a very old building. There also is no parking except across the street and it is for the public. We had a nice visit but the place is very noisy outside at night.
Response from sugargirl83 | Reviewed this property |
And just because you pay for parking as part of your hotel rate, it is essentially a public lot. There is no guaranteed spot as a hotel guest. Not a problem in the off season, but could be in the summer if you decide to take... More
And just because you pay for parking as part of your hotel rate, it is essentially a public lot. There is no guaranteed spot as a hotel guest. Not a problem in the off season, but could be in the summer if you decide to take the car out.
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"First floor rooms will have street noise but not being there in the busy season meant things quieted around..."