Newport Beach Hotel & Suites

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In Newport Beach, a spectacular crescent-shaped beach with countless recreational activities, watersports, restaurants, and shopping. Bordered by the famous Cliff Walk with its world-renowned mansions on one side and the beach cottages of the Esplanade on the other. 5-minute drive to downtown Newport. T.F. Green Airport: 25 miles, 30 minutes.

Driving Directions

From Boston and points north:
Take Route 128 South to Route 24 South through Fall River, following signs for Newport over the Sakonnet River Bridge. From Route 24 South, take Route 138 South six miles. Turn left at sign to Newport Beaches (just after Dunkin Donuts on right). You are now on Route 138A. Travel two miles and turn left at the second light. The inn is 1/2 mile on your right.

From Providence:
Take Route 195 East through Fall River to Route 24 South. Follow above directions.

From New York and points west:
Take Interstate 95 North to RI exit 3A, Route 138 East. Follow signs over the Jamestown Bridge (no toll) and over the Newport Bridge (toll). After Newport Bridge, continue one mile to end of highway. Turn left at light at Jai Alai. Travel two miles, turn right at third light onto Valley Road (Route 214). Bear right at first light. The inn is 1/2 mile on your right.

Nearest Airport

T.F. Green Airport

Hotel Address

One Wave Avenue, Middletown

Rhode Island 02840


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