Hotel Viking

Rated 8.4 in 998 reviews. 209 rooms.

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The Hotel Viking opened to an awestruck public in May 1926. As a member of the prestigious Historic Hotels of America, our hotel in Newport holds a special place in history. From the clock above the Front Desk depicting ancient Nordic Runes to the original 1926 brass letter box in the Lobby, the hotel offers a wonderful combination of style, comfort and modern amenities. Brimming with stories of famous dignitaries and celebrities, the Hotel Viking has offered gracious hospitality for over 80 years.

Opened in 1926, this historic Newport hotel is 5 minutes’ walk to Thames Street and is less than 1 mile from the Cliff Walk to the city’s historic mansions. There is an on-site spa. Guests staying at the Newport Viking Hotel can enjoy swimming in the indoor pool and exercising in the on-site fitness centre. On-site dining at the One Bellevue restaurant is also available. A flat-screen cable TV and a snack basket are provided in every room at the Viking Hotel. These air-conditioned rooms also have an in-room safe. A variety of relaxing treatments are available at the SpaFjor. Easton's Beach is 6 minutes’ drive from the hotel and the marina is 10 minutes’ walk away. Fort Adams State Park is 3 miles from the property.

Spa Facilities

  • Massage
  • Hot tub/jacuzzi
  • Indoor pool (all year)
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa and wellness centre

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  1. Hotel Viking

    I have fallen in love with Newport, RI - If you can afford it, the Hotel Viking is the place to stay - staff was superb, the rooms small but beautifully decorated and the location can't be beat.

    22 m from hotel
    1 Bellevue Ave

  2. Touro Park

    Home to the statue of Newport native Commodore Matthew C. Perry, known for his expedition to Japan (which opened up the country's trading) and role as the first commander of the African Squadron.

    241 m from hotel
    Mill Street

  3. Touro Synagogue

    Dedicated in 1763, Touro Synagogue is the oldest synagogue in the United States and the only one which survives from the colonial era. Free admission for National Trust members.

    256 m from hotel
    85 Touro St

  4. Newport Art Museum

    Ask for a magnifying glass as you check out the William Trost Richards exhibit, as most of his work is postcard size.

    282 m from hotel
    76 Bellevue Ave

  5. The Vanderbilt Grace Hotel

    Really delicious blueberry pancakes for breakfast.

    289 m from hotel
    41 Mary St

  6. Megs' Aussie Milk Bar

    Whoa, get the BLAT and home-fries, serious breakfast of champions

    374 m from hotel
    111 Bellevue Ave

  7. Mission

    Great burgers. Nice greens and sauce topping that comes standard. Fries were fantastic! Good beers

    471 m from hotel
    29 Marlborough St

  8. Perro Salado

    Great margs- get the blood orange or cilantro jalapeño

    495 m from hotel
    19 Charles St

  9. White Horse Tavern

    Opened in 1673 by pirate William Mayes, America’s oldest tavern at one time hosted the Rhode Island General Assembly, as well as the local criminal court and city council. (From Aerial America)

    0.5 km from hotel
    26 Marlborough St

  10. Corner Cafe

    Free refills on iced coffee. FTW!

    0.5 km from hotel
    110 Broadway

  11. The Mooring Seafood Kitchen & Bar

    Go to Mooring. Order Lobster Fritters. Eat, repeat, look at the boats.

    0.6 km from hotel
    1 Sayer's Wharf

  12. Fifth Element

    The mussels were deelish, as welll as the fish tacos. Our entire table was very happy.

    0.6 km from hotel
    111 Broadway

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