If you’re looking for a romantic inn in Newport, look no further than Inn on Bellevue.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Newport, Inn On Bellevue Hotel is located a short distance from Touro Synagogue (0.2 mi) and Bellevue Avenue (0.2 mi).
Inn On Bellevue Hotel is a romantic inn offering a flat screen TV and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Newport. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Travelers looking to enjoy some ribs can head to Brick Alley Pub, Red Parrot Restaurant, or Benjamin's Restaurant and Raw Bar. Otherwise, you may want to check out a seafood restaurant such as The Mooring, Brick Alley Pub, or Red Parrot Restaurant.
Should time allow, Cliff Walk is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
The staff at Inn on Bellevue looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We had tried to cancel this reservation a week before because a friend had stayed and told us we’d be disappointed Expedia called our behalf but the management refused to let us cancel with a full refund which I can’t argue because it was in the information when we made the reservation. We went with a group for New Year’s Eve it was unseasonably warm so we shut the heat and tried the air which did not cool the room or our friends rooms. We tried opening windows only one would stay open the other would slam shut. We asked about the air and they did check it but it never cooled the room. The bathroom had a huge jacuzzi tub with the shower in it and when showering the tub would not drain, it was gross. Last but not least there was a cockroach in our bathroom I brought it to managements attention and they were very apologetic but we were never offered a refund which once again Expedia called on our behalf and the management would not offer a thing or give Expedia permission to reimburse any amount. I would definitely check out many more reviews before ever booking a stay again. …
Went to Newport this past weekend for a girls trip and stayed at the Inn on Bellevue. Sooo happy that we did!! The service was great, the room was super clean, and oh my gosh the bathroom and shower were amazing. We did have a tiny problem with our bathroom sink but service came and fixed it that day. They do have a free breakfast in the mornings. It was nothing crazy but pretty good! The area around the Inn is super cute and it is about a 7 minute walk to downtown with all the restaurants and main attractions. Would highly recommend staying here!
In attempts to shed light on the entire experience, the disappointments from our room, 116, were as follows, soft mattress, one shower door was missing, which resulted in the "rain" shower spilling onto the bathroom floor, very small bathroom area with pedestal sink leaving no room to put toiletries. Now for the pleasantries...the breakfast was amazing, and Cassandra, our breakfast attendant (and baker, cook, barista, busser, and anything else that had to be done to ensure each guest left ready to face the day), was wonderful!! Her positive demeanor and genuine smile were infectious. From the delicious baked goods, fresh french toast, bacon, homemade quiche, fresh fruit cups, hard boiled eggs, yogurt, toast, cereal, juice, and FRESH ground coffee ( I'm sure I am forgetting something), definitely seemed to have multiple options for everyone! The location of the hotel is also a plus...having a parking spot to leave your car while exploring Newport is great! Would highly recommend!…
We stayed in Suite 119 at the Inns on Bellevue. Roomy suite with a lovely bed (slept very soundly) and seating area. Bathroom was adequate but could use a new toilet seat as it was chipped. Wonderful breakfast each day with quiche, sausages, pancakes, french toast cooked to order, fruit, yogurt, cereal danish, good coffee and juice. Very quiet despite being on a major street. The Inns are three adjoining properties, all of which looked lovely. Parking in lot in back of the hotel. Nice outdoor spaces and porch to relax in and have a tea. There is a cafe next door run by the owners and the pastries are to die for. The free trolley runs right outside the door and takes you to the mansions and wharf areas. Would highly recommend.
We made a last minute reservation the stay at the Inn on Bellevue. We arrived about 9:15PM and we greeted by Angel. He checked us in and showed up to our room. When he opened the door there was a small issue with it and he graciously took us to another room right down the hall. Angel was apologetic and accommodating to us for our stay. The bed was extremely comfortable and we almost slept though our alarms. That would have been so unfortunate as the breakfast was outstanding. Juice, coffee, pastries, sausage, soufflé and fresh fruit. Delicious and filling! The staff was friendly, helpful and made you feel at home. We will see you again!!
First, the good: This Inn's location is perfect for exploring Newport on foot, about equidistant from the Cliff Walk and beach and all the shops and restaurants downtown. The staff were also incredibly helpful and friendly. Be aware that by a 'European hotel' they mean paper-thin walls and close, almost b&b like digs. If a great night's sleep in deep darkness and quiet is your goal, this may no be the place for you. One other minor complaint: A side door that enables after-hour access was propped open by a shrub--creating a bit of a security concern.
Though on busy Bellevue Avenue this property is in a good location. The road and it's noise could be a problem depending on room location. We were in the Bellevue House and it was on a side street and quiet enough. Breakfast here is good. Room (#6) was clean and had a good shower. Would consider staying again but was a bit surprised to find the bill to be almost $1K for 3 nights.
I LOVED this bed and breakfast. My husband and I have been here two years in a row and we will definitely be back again. The inn is very comfortable and has a wonderful front porch that we loved to start our evening sitting there with a glass of wine. Across the street is the Hotel Viking so if it fun to people watch. The location is so perfect to walk everywhere and so awesome to walk to the restaurants. The breakfast is absolutely delicious and very generous in what they have to offer. We thought the price was right and we highly recommend this special place.
This is my first time ever writing a review. My husband and I made a reservation well in advance and chose the Inns on Bellevue over 2 other dog friendly Inns (Beech Tree Inn and Paws on Pelham). At check in I was told that while a guest at the inn for a 3 night stay we were required to supervise our dog at every moment of our stay. I was shocked as I had never heard of this rule for a dog friendly hotel and voiced my dismay and that I had never been told this prior to my arrival, no where in the information or our bill had this been stated. And while we did plan on spending a lot of the trip with our dog with us, it was going to affect our dinner reservations (made well in advance as it was a busy holiday weekend and reservations would be scarce ) and a tour of the mansions. We also would be unable to enjoy breakfast together that the Inn offered at their cafe. Our hostess said she would have the manager reach out to us. That never happened. If we had know of this rule, uncommon and until then unheard of for a dog friendly hotel, I would have chosen one of the others I had looked into. And while I understood that they probably had a bad experience with a pet owner which caused them to make this rule, I was simply very unhappy that I was not told this rule in advance. So we adjusted and moved on. At check out I talked to Modesto and he was unsympathetic and simply stated it was a rule and asked if we found someplace else to eat. Well, yes we did , but at 4:30 in the afternoon as a true dinner reservation was not to be found. We understand that some dog owners may not be considerate, but we have traveled with our dog (a 20 lb Cocker Spaniel) and crate her when we leave her, with a blanket over her crate, where she sleeps like a baby and have never had a problem. And while we loved Newport, and enjoyed a lovely room at the Inn, did not feel that we were heard, or understood, and felt compelled to share our experience.…
My first morning, I woke up early at 7am and had a craving for something sweet. I went downstairs and they said breakfast wasn’t ready. I remembered they had cookies laying out in the sister hotel next store. As I walked out, the owner Gino, asked if I wanted a coffee, I said "No, Thank you", and kept walking. When I entered the hotel next store, they didn’t have the cookies lying out, so I thought I had better look up a shop nearby and starting searching on my phone outside on curb. Gino came running up to with a bright red face, demanding to know why I was in the hotel next store, I said “to get cookies." He seemed angry at my response and confused, he asked again now screaming “Why were you in the hotel?!” “Are you even staying here?!" He asked to know my room number, He grabbed my key out of my hand, he continued to berate me loudly, not listening or not believing my responses? I felt unsafe and uncomfortable. I thought I need to get away from this guy. I screamed back, 'stay the f**k away from me.' He continued to yell at me as I ran away from him. Maybe I wasn't clear enough to him, I was tired, but I wouldn’t speak to anyone that way, especially a guest paying $320 a night. Did he think I was breaking into their hotel? That I look like a criminal? Maybe he was having a bad day, but I was just trying to get a snack.. I went back to my room and gathered my stuff and left. Didn’t feel safe there. I would have paid another $320 just to not have this experience.…