Rhode Island’s Top Boutique Hotels

Rhode Island is filled with some of the most known tourist attractions in New England.

Newport is the major draw of the state with its famous mansions constructed to match the grand mansions of European royalty. Providence is also packed with an earlier period’s history when its merchants become rich on lucrative commerce and slave trade. Check out our list of the best boutique hotels as you explore Rhode Island.


Hotel Providence

Located in the heart of the Arts and Theatre district of downtown Providence, Hotel Providence is within walking distance from little restaurants/cafes, galleries, and boutique shopping. The hotel is itself a place that celebrates arts and finding new passions. Hotel amenities include a fitness center, a laundry service, conference facilities, a business center, a bar/lounge, and a restaurant.


The Dean Hotel

Built around the culture and history of Providence, the hotel values cooperation with neighbors. Filled with discovered objects from Europe, local purveyors’ craftwork, and custom furniture, the hotel celebrates in the details. The building has been modified into a hotel with 52 rooms in the center of downcity historic district of Providence. The hotel is host to the Dean Bar and Bolt Coffee.


NYLO Providence Warwick Hotel, Tapestry Collection by Hilton

The hotel is beautifully located in the center of New England, along the Pawtuxet River. NYLO Providence Warwick Hotel pays tribute to the marinas and stunning beaches of the region by blending nautical expression with industrial, urban design, making an inspiring, comfortable, and unique aesthetic. The hotel attracts leisure and business travelers with event and meeting space, the Signature Loft Bar & Restaurant, and loft-style accommodations.



Gilded is an irreverent, modern take on the decadent way of the Gilded Age. Guests can appreciate the rich history of the region while enjoying all the luxury that Gilded has to offer. A blend of gold accents, lacquered surfaces, and ornate mirrors come together to make an envelope-pushing look.


Forty 1° North

Marrying the excitement with the casual and cool luxury of the downtown waterfront environment, Forty 1° North provides the best of Newport which includes the sense of eco-consciousness starting with its LEED certification. Spacious guestrooms, lofts, cottages, and suites are equipped with environmentally-friendly amenities, sticking to the philosophy of responsible design and consumption.


The Attwater

Stepped in the nautical history of Newport, the Attwater is a minute walk from the First Beach and Newport Harbor. The hotel offers exceptional amenities and rooms, attentive service, and an all-day coffee cafe. All of the tastes, sounds, and sights of Newport, such as mansions, beaches, restaurants, nightlife, tennis, and sailing, are within walking distance.


Castle Hill Inn

Breathtaking and dynamic, the hotel promises a luxury, exclusive experience for every guest who visits. The 40 acres of the property provides everything from rocky coves and private beaches to rustic hiking trails and water views. Guests come to enjoy and unwind the social scene of Newport that convenes on the Lawn in summer.


Mill Street Inn

Mill Street Inn offers all-suite, spacious boutique contemporary accommodations, and a minute walk from the harbor. Daily continental breakfast is offered on the rooftop patio, wireless Internet, and complimentary afternoon tea.


The Vanderbilt, Auberge Resorts Collection

The Vanderbilt, Auberge Resorts Collection is a classic mansion of Newport with 33 suites and guestrooms, two restaurants, a fitness center, a spa with outdoor and indoor swimming pools, and a roof terrace with breathtaking views of Newport Harbour. Enjoy dining at The Conservatory or experience the elegant, newly renovated restaurant Muse.


Add an idyllic island, a rich industrial history, and beautiful beaches, and you’ll see why the state needs to be on any itinerary of New England.

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