Rhode Island Accommodation and lodging listings
Rhode Island is located in the southeastern corner of New England within easy traveling distance of several major northeast cities. We're just 60 miles from Boston, Mass., 180 miles from New York City and under 350 miles from Montreal. And because Rhode Island itself is only 48 miles long by 37 miles wide, it's easy to get from one attraction to another. Which means you can do more on your vacation.
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Major Rhode Island destinations:Newport Middletown Providence Narragansett Warwick
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Approx 3km away in West Warwick:
The SpringHill Suites by Marriott Providence/West Warwick is located between historic Providence and scenic Newport. It is the affordable alternative for the leisure traveler looking to explore all that Rhode Island has to offer.
West Warwick, Rhode Island
Approx 1km away in North Scituate:
Welcome to the Americas Best Value Inn of North Scituate. We are conveniently located on the Grand Army of the Republic Hwy.-Hartford Ave-US-6/ which is only nine miles from Downtown Providence and the Rhode Island Convention Center/ and ten miles from T. F. Green Airport in Providence.
North Scituate, Rhode Island
Approx 3km away in North Kingstown:
Budget Inn is located in Northeast North Kingstown (Wickford) just minutes from Quonset Point, Newport, T. F. Green Providence Airport,Providence, University of RI, beautiful beaches, golf courses and Narragansett. There are 22 guest rooms with king, queen or 2 double beds.
North Kingstown, Rhode Island
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Fortunately, words like "work," "deadline" and "stress" seem strangely foreign around Rhode Island. What with countless miles of bike paths, more than a hundred public and private beaches at your bare feet, and the sparkling playground of Narragansett Bay, all part of a state that's more than 60% woodlands . And then there's kayaking, canoeing, fly fishing. In time, you will come to learn what the river is saying. And you can bet it won't be, "Get back to work."