Book Cheaper Hotel Stays for Rhode Island Hotel Week 2021

The promotion gives guests an opportunity to experience all Rhode Island has to offer through staycation deals.

The lobby of the Graduate, which is only $100 per night for Rhode Island Hotel week. Photo by Jamie Coelho.


We’ve all been through a lot, and a good night’s sleep in a fresh hotel may be just the thing we need to truly relax. The second Rhode Island Hotel Week 2021, taking place April 17 to 30, is all about taking time to recharge at local accommodations and supporting area businesses and jobs. While we’ve been urged to “stay home” for so long, now we desperately need to get away from it all. So book a night away, and order takeout or visit a local restaurant. We have some of the most beautiful hotels in New England, and yet, most of us have never laid down our heads on their fluffy pillows and 500-count thread sheets, or looked out hotel room windows to gaze at a view of the crashing surf or the bustling city lights. Rhode Island Hotel Week 2021 offers deep discounts on some of the most coveted stays in the state.

The fourteen-day event includes some forty-seven new, historic and distinguished hotels across the Ocean State, such as the newly reopened Graduate Hotel, the Hotel Viking, Weekapaug Inn, Block Island inns, cottages and suites, the Dean Hotel, Providence Marriott Downtown, the Vanderbilt, the Wayfinder and many more to come. Rhode Island Hotel Week features flat rates of just $100, $200 or $300, and $400 per night for the Weekapaug Inn, which typically charge upwards of $500 per night. It’s a great opportunity to stay at one of the hotels you’ve been admiring for a long time from a distance. And it’s a great gift idea too.

Each of the Hotel Week participants has included detailed information about what their properties are doing to maintain the cleanliness of their facilities and the safety of guests and staff. Check out the Covid Details section of each hotel listing for more information. Rhode Island may be home, but many have yet to experience it on vacation-mode. Here’s your chance to be a tourist in your home state.



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