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On heart of Newport on historic Bellevue Avenue, the hotel is close in proximity to the Newport mansions, the waterfront, the beaches, the Tennis Hall of Fame, and the historic homes that line the side streets of Newport. It is the most centrally located hotel in historic Newport.

Driving Directions

From Rhode Island T.G. Green International Airport
Follow I-95 South to exit 9.
Follow Route 4 South, which will become Route 1 South, to Route 138 East.
Cross the Jamestown and Newport bridges.
Take the first exit off Newport Bridge toward Scenic Newport.
At the base of the exit, turn right.
Follow to the second light, and turn left.
At the stop sign, bear right on Thames Street.
Follow to the first stoplight, and turn left onto Touro Street.
Follow to the second stoplight.
The hotel is on the right-hand side.

Nearest Airport

Rhode Island T.G. Green International Airport (PVD): 27 miles, 40 minutes

Hotel Address

One Bellevue Avenue, Newport

Rhode Island, United States 02840

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