Best Lodging in Rhode Island | 2013 Editors' Choice Awards
Looking to rest your head in Rhode Island? We’ve got you covered! Check out our picks for the best lodging in Rhode Island for 2013.
BEST CITY ESCAPE
CHRISTOPHER DODGE HOUSE, Providence
This 14-room B&B, housed in an Italianate mansion, is slightly out of the downtown Providence fray, but still only a 10-minute walk to great shopping, dining, and theatre. The rooms are charming (most have a gas fireplace or stove), staffers are sweet, and breakfasts–from blueberry pancakes to vegetable quiche–are hearty. Rates: from $130, including full breakfast. 11 West Park St. 401-351-6111; providence-hotel.com
BEST OFF-THE-GRID ESCAPE
GEORGE WASHINGTON MEMORIAL CAMPING AREA, Glocester
This no-frills, never-crowded campground sprawls over 100 wooded acres (part of the 4,000-acre George Washington Management Area) and features a lake for swimming and kayaking, a walking trail, and plenty of peace and quiet. Rates: from $20. 2185 Putnam Pike. 401-568-6700; riparks.com
BEST GROWN-UP GETAWAY
HOTEL MANISSES, Block Island
It’s a stately Victorian with 17 guestrooms dressed in wicker. The vibe is decidedly mature: A decanter of brandy awaits, there’s an afternoon “wine and nibbles” hour, and a no-kids-under-12 policy. Rates: from $220, including full breakfast. 5 Spring St. 401-466-2421; blockislandresorts.com
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