Ratings based on 72 Verified Reviews
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Really only option in Jamestown but quaintPosted Mar 22, 2018
Quaint hotel with character. Bedrooms are very small, and the living area is separated from the bedroom by a wall. View of Newport Bridge from the windows. Bedroom was cold at night since it was separated from the heating and air conditioning unit by a wall. Room was not serviced, bed was not made while we stayed. Dining area and bar had plenty of large windows with view of Newport in the distance. Food was okay. Would stay again, however, because options are limited in Jamestown.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from TX
You should stay here!Posted Jan 2, 2018
Pros: The bed was comfortable, the towels fluffy, the room heat comfortable, and the coffee downstairs ready even at 4:40 am when we were heading back home.
Cons: Cannot think of a thing.
Location: The hotel is a hop, skip, and a jump from several eating places, which we would have walked to if not so cold. Hot or cold, I highly recommend it!
We arrived late on a freezing cold evening. The staff made sure our check-in was seamless and our rooms ready. And what a lovely room! The view from our room of the Newport Bridge with its twinkling lights was lovely. Granted, it was too cold to partake of the patio, but if we are back in the area in the summer, we will take full advantage of it. The room had a microwave, fridge, and full set of dishes and silverware. There was a TV in the bedroom and the living room, as well.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from New Jersey
Nice hotel. Quiet location.Posted Sep 5, 2017
If you stay at this hotel, room 203 is a must! It has the best view and a huge balcony for morning coffee and watching the sunrise or an evening cocktail as the lights on the bridge come up. It is not your "typical" Wyndham, but a very quaint and rustic New England structure, right on the water with a beautiful view of sailboats moored just offshore. The hotel has a small workout room with several machines and some free weights. Also an outdoor pool which we didn't use because it was too chilly. There is a common room where coffee/tea/cocoa are available all day long as well as an upscale restaurant. A short walk to the small downtown area with several cafés and restaurants and a couple of shops. Be warned that the kitchens close early in many of the establishments. The first night we tried at 8:30 after just getting into town and EVERYWHERE had "just closed the kitchen." We ended up having to drive about 15 minutes over to Newport, where of course everything was still open but parking was difficult because of the crowds on Labor Day weekend. The next night we tried at 7:30 PM but ran into the same problem. Drove a little further north of Newport to Middletown where places were still open but a little quieter. Not a long drive, but the bridge is a four dollar toll and it adds up when you go multiple times each day! Be sure to check out Fort Wetherill and the Beavertail Lighthouse. Gorgeous rocky vistas with waves pounding the shore. Excellent place for photographs!
Posted Jul 24, 2017 on Hotels
Basic hotel, dated. After first night rooms were not made, after calling front desk we were indicated that rooms are made once a week. At no point during the reservation process it was indicated as the case. Cheap coffee and toiletry. Very expensive for the value. It's well located, close to Newport, with an ok view of the bay.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Huntersville, NC
Quaint hotel right on the waterPosted Jul 14, 2017
We loved our stay. The room was clean, smelled great, had every convenience you could think of including a small kitchen (no stove or anything) but plates, glasses, wine opener, etc and a good size refrigerator. The bed was so comfortable with a wonderful down comfortee and fluffy pillows. The syaff was incredibly helpful, food was good and the views were fabulous. Straight across the water from Newport-convenient 13 minute drive.
by A verified traveler from convent station nj
A Bizarre DisappointmentPosted Jul 5, 2017
Pros: Location is fine.
In order to understand where I am coming from, you must understand...this is NOT a hotel. Worse, no one told us that until we found out the hard way. We stayed 2 nights, a Sunday and a Monday night. We found out what we were in only late Monday, when we returned to our room to find the bed unmade, towels still on the floor in the bathroom, waste baskets full. We went to the front desk, and were informed that maid service only happens on Tuesdays, that this is a "time share" a "vacation club". No idea what that means except it means if you stay however many nights that don't include a Tuesday you get no service. The pool was nice, thought we'd have drinks. There's no pool service, so I went to the front desk and asked if we could get drinks from the restaurant bar and take them to the pool. Answer : "Gee, that's a good question, when you find out let us know". So, I went to the bar and ordered drinks and tried to put them on my room. Well, you can get drinks to take but you can't charge them to your room, the restaurant is separately owned and operated and they only take credit cards and cash. Now, really...am I the ONLY person who has ever asked the front desk how that works????? For what they charge (about $330 a night) this experience should have been far better.
by A verified traveler
Much to lovePosted Apr 24, 2017 on Hotels
Love the suite layout! Love the location! Amazing views from my room! The walls are very thin and I heard all my neighbors during my stay.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Apr 21, 2017
Very comfortable and great location! Walking distance to the bay and the village. Staff is very friendly and helpful. If you are looking for quite and relaxation, this is the place.
Posted Mar 25, 2017 on Hotels
Newport RI areaPosted Mar 20, 2017 on Hotels
Wonderful location! Great on site restaurant!