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Newport for family of 3

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I need some help choosing a place in Newport for myself, husband and
teenage son - next June. We will be spending 3 nights in Newport after 3 days in Boston and a couple days in Cape Cod. I wanted Castle Hill but they have few chooses for 3 people. The only afordable option there is the Chalet Suite at $589.00. (not too affordable!)How bad is the Chalet suite? My other options are the Ivy Lodge Satterlee Family room at $399.00. Or the Francis Malbone at $340.00. The FM sounds great - but the Harborside rooms oftered to us don't look that good. Has anyone stayed in in the Harborside rooms #6 or 7? Or at the Ivy Lodge lately? Any other options i would look at? Thanks for your help.

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