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Where to stay in Newport?
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Newport airports & Subway stations
If you're looking for hotels close to Barnstable Municipal -Boardman/Polando Field airport, you will find 20 hotels, such as International Inn and Hyannis Harbor Hotel. For hotels in Newport close to Old Colony Newport railroad station, book a room at Cleveland House, which is 0.4 miles from the station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
First-time visitors to Newport should consider a stay in the city center, which houses 17 hotels for any budget, such as Newport Bay Club And Hotel. Wynstone Inn is another central option that is 10 minutes' walk from the heart of Newport. For a hotel in the iconic Cliff Walk district, choose The Cliffside Inn that comes with free private parking and complimentary parking.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Newport
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The Newport Lofts - 543 Thames Street is a standard B&B that is a 15-minute walk from Bellevue Avenue. If you're traveling for business, you may wish to stay at a hotel that offers business facilities, choose Sarah Kendall House 0.4 miles from the city center. For those who enjoy recreation, there are 12 hotels in Newport, Attwater Hotel or Castle Hill Inn among them.
City Guide: Discover the best of Newport
NEWPORT is a postcard beauty.
The city reflects America's finest qualities with its sandy coastline dotted with luxury yachts, cafe-lined waterfront and is colored with flamboyant sparkles of sunsets. Born from beauty, Newport won the nickname "America's First Resort" for its impressive natural environment.
Whether you are nature buff or not, there is plenty of things to do in Newport. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Newport to a lap of luxuries all available at Booked.net. Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms.
Due to its attractive appearance, Newport fast evolved into a popular destination among tourists and the famous. Thus, the Kennedys got married on the Newport's shore and later five-star general Eisenhower took time to visit the Naval War College in the city.
Today tourists pack Newport for its Bellevue Avenue lined with luxury estates, summer homes embraced by ornate facades and historic palaces.
Famous Cliff Walk, a beautiful walk to the most stunning vistas in New England
Fort Adams, a historical building and it also serves as entertaining playground for adults and kids
Forty Steps, a set of stairs going down to the ocean below
Museum of Yachting houses a collection of yachts from modern to old times
Naval War College Museum, a showplace to several historic and military exhibits
Newport also boasts of many 18th century homes, restaurants and shops in its downtown, but if you are tired of cultural density, there is always an opportunity to shift focus to the waterfront. The seaside location of Newport means that you are welcome to enjoy boating around the unknown shores in the area. In fact, Newport profits from being bounded with water serving as the world's greatest sailing city.
As you are in Newport note the city goes beyond its surface face of yachting port towards world-class jazz, blues, folk, classical music, and film festivals held annually. But today's Newport also enjoyed prominence in the earlier years when it had served as trading center in colonial times and in the 19th century as a resort for the wealthy.
Today only colonial-era architecture and luxury villas are reminders of its past days, while the city earned a new symbol epitomizing its modern beauty - pineapple. This was a sign of welcome brought to modern Newport from its commercial past when traders of this fruit put a pineapple outside their warehouses to attract customers.
This tradition also came to numerous hotels in Newport as a sign of their hospitality. If you want the city to greet you with pineapple at your doorstep then you should book with Booked.net.