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Help finding hotel with outdoor pool

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Hi - looking for hotel recommendations for next July.

The plan is to attend the 4th of July parade in Bristol and we're familiar with driving around RI since we live in MA, but would like to make a vacation out of it and stay overnight in RI for a change.

With two kids (ages 2 and 5) and 4 adults (ages range 35-65), an outdoor pool is a must.

I've looked at some of the major hotels in Newport but they are asking $500 a night (and we'd need 2 rooms) which I think is a lot of money.

Any other suggestions. Newport, Narraganset, even Providence since again we're familiar with the roads. Just want an affordable but nice place to stay for a long weekend.

Thanks for your suggestions.

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