Admiral Fitzroy Inn


  • Elevator service for first three floors
  • Close to shops, restaurants, and bars


  • Some noise on Thames Street in summer

Published 07/11/2016

Fodor's Review

A former convent, this tidy 1854 Victorian provides a restful retreat in the heart of Newport's bustling waterfront district. The inn's namesake commanded the HMS Beagle, whose most famous passenger was Charles Darwin. Antiques adorn the rooms, which have either an antique brass or hand-carved wood bed frame. All rooms have access to the rooftop deck with a view of the harbor; two have semiprivate decks and hot tubs. The Continental breakfast includes fresh fruit, cheeses, yogurt, the house granola, scones and croissants (including ham and cheese), muffins, sweet breads, and cereals.

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398 Thames St., Newport, Rhode Island, 02840, USA

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401-848–8000; 866-848–8780

Hotel Details:

  • 18 rooms
  • Rate includes: Breakfast

Published 07/11/2016


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