Rhode Island Hotel Guides
There is one tiny little state that packs a whole lot of excitement; Rhode Island, where you'll never be more than thirty minutes away from the best coastline in New England. The smallest state in the United States, Rhode Island is full of notable remnants from America's history, including the longest running Independence Day parade, to Pawtucket, the Birthplace of the American Revolution. Visitors to this waterlogged state will find that there is plenty else to do than travel back in time. Skydiving, scuba diving, yachting, hiking and shopping are among other favorite pastimes. Located along the Atlantic Ocean, Rhode Island is a great place to enjoy seafood and two other unique treats; jonny cakes and coffee milk. With so much to do, see, and eat, visitors will be anxious to find comfortable accommodations. No problem, many of the small and large towns in Rhode Island are equipped with nothing but the very best in lodging.
Some of the best beaches of New England can be found along the 400 miles of coastline in Rhode Island. One of the most notable areas is Newport. Known for it's historic harbor and exquisite mansions, New Port is a friendly summer resort destination located on Aquidneck Island. This seaside town is chock full of history, natural attractions and beaches which attract many tourists every summer. When the sun is set and the waves are crashing, visitors have many choices of hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts to wash up and snuggle down before the next day at the beach. Further inland, but still set along the water is another small town called Bristol. Known mostly for its spectacular Fourth of July celebrations, this tiny town welcomes guests with bed and breakfasts and other cozy lodging.
Rhode Island may be small, but it is home to the largest city in New England. Providence, is the capital city of the state and so compact and user friendly that a majority of its residents traverse the streets on foot! Complete with architecture, museums and fine arts exhibits, this city is a must see for all traveling to the state. Like most cities, Providence offers the best accommodations for its visitors; bed and breakfasts, low-budget inns, and five star hotels fulfill the visit.
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