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to Stay in Rhode Island
picks for your Rhode Island leisure and business travel
Island certainly makes the most
of its small size. It's truly astounding how much there is to do here.
Along with Cape Cod, Rhode Island
just might be the best place to go for a family beach hotel vacation.
County (see Narragansett
the travel destination jewel where sparkling clean beaches
with names like Roger Wheeler, Scarborough, Salty Brine, and Watch Hill
provide enough room for everyone. There's plenty of sand, the
water is relatively warm for New England and the waves generally not
too rough when compared to, say, Maine. Seafood restaurants with ocean
like Champlin's and George's, both in the fishing village of Galilee
offer great clam chowder, lobster dinners and everything else you would
expect from a New England "fresh catch-of-the-day" seafood restaurant.
the beach scene isn't your cup of tea, there's plenty else to do in
Rhode Island. Providence
is considered by some to be one of the most
impressive mid-sized cities in the United States. The Ivy-League spirit
of Brownstone, tree-lined College Hill is a pretty place to walk and
features some nice shops, luxury hotels and restaurants in what seems
more like a small town. The downtown offers big time shopping at the
three-level Providence Place, theaters and museums, a lively arts
communities, and some of the best restaurants in New England (Al Forno,
Red Stripe and Sicilia's for pizza). Federal Hill offers charming
Italian neighborhoods with plenty of authentic Italian restaurants and
plenty of colorful storefronts.
famous for its mansions and myriad shopping and recreational
opportunities, while small east side towns like Bristol, Tiverton Four
Corners and Barrington are loaded with New England village charm and
places to rest, relax and escape. Newport, in particular, has a great
selection of hotels -- many by the waterfront with stunning views that
rank amongst the best coastal scenery in New England.
A Rhode Island Hotel by the Beach... An all-suites hotel
across from Easton's Beach in Newport RI
sounds pretty "suite" to us -- such is the case with the Atlantic Beach
Hotel and Suites in Middletown. Easton's Beach is one of New England's
great beaches, not only for impressive stretch of sand and relatively
warmer waters, but also for its beautiful carousel, a 24-ft. high water
slide, Save The Bay Exploration Center and Aquarium, a snack bar
featuring lobster rolls, playground, skate park, beach store and summer
concerts. What's more, you're minutes away from all the fun things to
do in Newport -- surely, one of the most famous travel destinations in
the U.S with its mansions, vibrant waterfront, Tennis Hall of Fame, and
scenic ocean views. Clearly, location is everything when it comes to
the Atlantic Beach Hotel and Suites!
a room at the Atlantic Beach Hotel and Suites
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