OVERVIEW of The Vanderbilt
In a town with great accommodations, the relatively new The Vanderbilt takes its place among the best. Originally built in 1909 by Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, the former Vanderbilt Hall was purchased by the Grace Hotel Group in recent years and painstakingly restored to its present glory. Great care was taken to maintain elements of its original design yet with all modern conveniences. It has since been acquired by the Auberge Group.
Located just steps from the center of town, the property is nonetheless, a welcome oasis from the crowds. From its stylish public rooms to the serene brick walled garden to the rooftop bar, this is a place you’ll find hard to leave.
THE ROOMS at The Vanderbilt
There are 33 rooms and suites ranging from deluxe rooms at 300 square feet to the Grace Suite at nearly 1000 square feet. The colors are soothing grays and cantaloupe and the furniture is a
blend of antiques and antique reproductions. All rooms have flat screen TV’s, mini bars and kitchenettes.
DINING at The Vanderbilt
There’s a cozy bar that serves great drinks (Try the Grace cocktail; Grey Goose vodka, pear purée and apple juice) and snacks and the signature restaurant The Vanderbilt Grill.
The Rooftop Deck is one of the best places in Newport for cocktails.
OTHER at The Vanderbilt
There are indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness center, a spa and snooker and billiard tables on the property.
RATES at The Vanderbilt
From $1333 Peak Season Weekend
WHAT OTHERS SAY About The Vanderbilt
AAA Four Diamond Award
Fodor’s 100 Top Hotels
PROMOTIONS at The Vanderbilt
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