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We happened upon this hotel from a travel site for a last minute weekend in Newport. America's Cup Inn is located in the historic colonial section of the city. 2 blocks from Trinity Church and minutes from the water, restaurants and shops.
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I chose this moderately-priced hotel based on online reviews and hoped for the best. Our introduction to the hotel wasn't particularly positive, as we almost missed the turn at Mary Street and couldn't immediately find a place to park. However, as soon as we stepped...More
The staff are very nice and accommodating. The hotel and the room were just as we hoped - inviting and comfortable. The breakfast, included, was the most amazing we've seen, beautifully arranged, and I've never used this description before, but bountiful! We would stay here...More
I stayed here for 2 nights over the Independence Day weekend. The hotel room was clean and the staff we friendly and unobtrusive. I went as a group of 4 and stayed in a 2 queen bed room and the only major issues we noted...More
We've been to Newport many times, always trying new B&B's - I would definitely stay here again. On the corner of Brick Alley & Mary St, so you're right there with all restaurants, shopping and whatnot. Parking is $18 across the little side street (the...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.