|Address:||1 Bellevue Ave, Newport, RI 02840, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Monday:||Open 24 hours|
|Tuesday:||Open 24 hours|
|Wednesday:||Open 24 hours|
|Thursday:||Open 24 hours|
|Friday:||Open 24 hours|
|Saturday:||Open 24 hours|
|Sunday:||Open 24 hours|
The phone number for Hotel Viking is (401) 847-3300.
Hotel Viking is located at 1 Bellevue Ave, Newport, RI 02840, USA
The website (URL) for Hotel Viking is: https://www.hotelviking.com/?utm_source=google-gbp&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=gbp
Hotel Viking is open:
Monday:Open 24 hours
Tuesday:Open 24 hours
Wednesday:Open 24 hours
Thursday:Open 24 hours
Friday:Open 24 hours
Saturday:Open 24 hours
Sunday:Open 24 hours
I’ve always wanted to visit Rhode Island so my husband planned a road trip for our family. The hotel welcomed us with smiles and excitement. It was lovely to get such a welcome. They even treated our daughter and small Yorkie extra special. Many of the restaurants and boutiques were closed for the season which was kind of a bummer but at least it was quiet which encouraged us to relax during our stay. The coffee and convenience of the indoor small market reminded me of places back home so I didn’t really get home sick. We also tried the spa. My treatment was late so the masseuse was very tired during my treatment. I felt so badly it was kind of hard to relax but when I did, the honey treatment was exactly what I needed. My husband tried his own treatment early in the morning. He would have liked more attention paid to his feet but overall a positive experience. We will definitely return. Thanks to all of the staff for being so nice to our family.
Lobby was amazing! You can tell it was newly renovated! Very up to date! The Bar was downstairs was amazing. The hotel room itself needed TLC. The bathroom was a mess missing grout around the tub a broken sink with a less than stellar repair. Cleanliness of the room was ok, could have been better. Staff was friendly and accommodating. In my personal opinion not worth the money. Their are plenty other comparable hotels to stay at in the area.
Hotel is charming. Love the outside brick. Front desk is very friendly. It is a bit of a walk to get to downtown but not too bad. First night was not the greatest. First, came to find out they'd sold my double queen size bedroom. They gave me a small suite and called it an upgrade. Air conditioner was extremely loud and pull out couch was less than ok. In the morning, I asked to be changed to the room I originally booked and they were very accommodating. Room was nice, ac was quiet, but for whatever reason, there was no body wash, even though it was a freshly cleaned room. Toilet was running ALL NIGHT, which was very unpleasant. Overall, my stay was good. Not sure if I'll choose this hotel again though. Don't think it's worth the money.
We booked here at the last minute and paid over $450 for a small queen room. The hotel boasts a historical feature. The exterior is a charming old red brick and the location didn’t disappoint.
Valet parking is a surface lot next to the hotel and was $40 additional. The valet was courteous and helpful.
When we approached the desk to check in, two staff members were chatting and another staffer was on the phone. We stood there for more than a few minutes with no one acknowledging our presence. The two chatting staffers never said “We’ll be with you in a minute.” Or “George here will be with you as soon as he’s off the phone.”
Check in was quick.
The room was very small and a bit sadly decorated. It could use some repairs/updates, especially the wood furniture.
The TV is huge and hangs ominously/in-the-way/wobbly above the desk.
The bed and all linens were wonderful - very comfortable and clean. Likewise, the walk-in shower was a pleasure and the soaps/shampoo/lotions were exceptional.