Newport Marriott

25 America's Cup Ave, Newport, RI 02840

If this if your first time in Newport, this hotel might be worth the splurge. When you aren't busy celebrating our love, you can walk around downtown Newport and enjoy your weekend seaside. This hotel is right in the middle of the downtown area but also right on the water so you can get your peace and quiet.

There is a two-night minimum and we are in the process of establishing room blocks... Check-in time is 4:00 P.M. and check-out is 11:00 A.M.


Link to Room Block here:

The Newport Harbor Hotel & Marina

49 America's Cup Avenue, Newport, RI 02840

The name says it all -- this hotel is located right in the Marina with beautiful views and it's location is amazing, of course. We have a room block at this hotel and it is a very short walk to the Newport Marriott (where shuttles will pick-up/drop-off).

Use the link below or the code "ALVAREZHAVEYWEDDING624" to book your room. 

Check-in time is 4:00 P.M., and check-out is 11:00 A.M.

Atlantic Beach Hotel

28 Aquidneck Ave, Middletown, RI 02842

Located across the street from the Easton's beach, a short walk to Cliff Walk, and a few mins from Newport's greatest attractions, this hotel is your best bet for budget while still being close to all the action.

Rooftop Sundeck, Indoor Pool, 24/7 Fitness Center, on-site parking, EV Charging, guest laundry, Tickets Bar & Grille, and more!

Guests always have the option to call the hotel front desk directly (401) 847-5330, to book any of these rooms and refer to "Havey/Alvarez" room block. All the individual reservations will have a 72-hour cancellation policy. Our check-in time is 3:00 p.m. and check-out is 11:00 a.m.

Guests will only be able to book the dates blocked off for your group block. If any changes or modifications need to be made, please call us directly.


Sonesta Select Middletown

9 Commerce Drive, Middletown, RI 02842

Conveniently located along Route 114, Sonesta Select Newport Middletown provides easy access to points of interest like Newport State Airport (UUU), the Naval War College Museum, and Bowen's Wharf. Enjoy generously sized rooms along with a range of amenities, including on-site dining, meeting facilities, business services, a fitness center, a pool, and a hot tub. PET FRIENDLY. Our check-in time is 4:00 p.m. and check-out is 11:00 a.m.

Approximately 15 minutes from the venue and downtown Newport.

Cost is $299/night


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Hotel Viking

1 Bellevue Ave, Newport, RI 02840

This place is "anything but ordinary" with it's stunning architecture and cozy rooms. The real Newport vibe. It's also conveniently located in downtown and a 10-minute walk to Newport Marriott (for shuttle pick-up/drop-off).

Room block info TBD, check back end of July (2023) for the update. 

Hotel check-in time is 4:00 p.m. and check-out is 11:00 a.m.

Find a second home in Newport!

This town is filled with lovely Airbnbs! If a hotel isn't to your liking or if you find a deal (Newport ain't cheap, we know), then treat yourself! Newport, Middletown and the surrounding areas all have great options. And you can Uber (or maybe walk) to one of the hotel pick-up spots. 

Find a deal!

If you are not a big fan of any of the hotels listed above, please feel free to stay at any hotel of your liking -- Newport is not short on accommodations :)

The Downtown Area hotels are great for easy access to everything and/or wedding pick-up/drop-off shuttles... OR Middletown has great and reasonably prices options with excellent beaches to chose from.

Things to Do


If there is one thing you MUST MUST MUST do in Newport, this is IT. Per Newport's website, "Craving serenity? Newport's enchanting 3.5-mile Cliff Walk is the perfect place for your moment of peace. Panoramic ocean views, crashing waves and the perfect amount of sea breeze on one side and stunning, century-old, Gilded Age mansions on the other; heaven is a place on earth."

Mansion Tours

You can't miss the mansions (castles) in Newport -- literally they are everywhere. Take a drive or rent a bike/scooter and see the magic for yourself. P.S. Yes, you can buy tickets to go inside some of the mansions. 

Rent a scooter!

These scooters (cars?) are the BEST. Although you will look like a tourist you will have the most fun exploring Newport in these cute little rides. 

Hit the beach!

The beaches in Newport are a hotspot during the summer. Our favorite is Easton's beach... Two things about Easton's, parking can be crazy, but there are plenty of Airbnbs walking distance :) P.S. this beach is located right next to the beginning of the Cliff Walk, too!


Treat Yourself to a Lobster Roll

LOBSTAH! Lobster rolls are probably our favorite East Coast treat. If its your first time -- you MUST get a lobstah roll. If you'd have a lobster roll, then now is your chance to taste-test Newport's selection... Of course Newport's website has a list of must-try restaurants. Enjoy :) 

Bar 'Cino

This is our favorite restaurant in Newport. Get your reservation ASAP because we aren't the only ones who love Bar 'Cino. Per the website Bar 'Cino is "located in the heart of historic Washington Square, Bar ‘Cino is part of the bustling restaurant and arts scene. Filled with locals and visitors to Newport alike, our intimate space gives you a front row view to the culinary and bar teams in action. Open daily for lunch and dinner."

Perro Salado

This restaurant is AWESOME -- and is located inside Captain Stephen Decatur's HOUSE. Captain Decatur died in 1820; the history is "Owner Captain Stephen Decatur, famous 18th century naval officer, received accolades for his heroism in the Barbary Wars and service during the War of 1812. Washington Irving declared 'a gallanter fellow never stepped a quarter deck.' However, Decatur was mortally wounded by Commodore James Barron at the Bladensburg dueling grounds outside Washington, D.C. at age forty-one. The dispute involved Decatur's role in Barron's court martial for unpreparedness in the Chesapeake-Leopard Affair of 1807. Visitors frequently ask us whether Captain Decatur haunts the house... We have neither seen nor heard our gallant hero. But if we did, we're confident he'd be complimenting the margaritas and ribs, or dancing to some music with our local artists and fellow customers."

Brick Alley Pub & Restaurant

This iconic watering hole hides behind the yellow building on Thames street (you can’t miss it), the inside is just as promising as the outside. The pub food selection is classic, but they happen to have over 250 vintage wines to choose from… Definitely a hidden gem if you’re a wine enthusiast. Cheers.

Belle’s Cafe

Great place to treat yourself to breakfast with a beautiful view overlooking the boats in the marina. Try to make a reservation (if possible).

Marco’s Cafe

A great spot for a quick bite for breakfast or lunch. If you wanna grab some bagels before the day or maybe some sandwiches for the beach, this could be a great option!


Food at the Wedding...

Yes we will have food for everyone -- gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, etc. If you have further questions/concerns/serious allergies please reach out to us and let us know :)