Life At The Brenton

Experience Life at the Brenton, a behind the scenes look at the Brenton Hotel in Newport, Rhode Island. Hear from the voices behind Newport’s newest waterfront boutique hotel.

Friday, May 26, 2023. Today’s weather, Sun/clouds & 68 degrees. Sunset 8:07 p.m. Welcome Memorial Day 2023 Weekend in Newport. Here is a quick peek at some of the unique Read More
Above you will find a recipe for one of Maurice's famous Brenton Cocktails! Try your hand at whipping up this specialty and post your results on Instagram! If you bring Read More
Dog-Friendly Parks ● TOURO PARK (.5mi) is a small park located on Bellevue Avenue that offers winding walkways, plenty of grassy lawn space, and the Newport Tower, the remains of Read More
Visit the International Tennis Hall of Fame's exhibit: Breaking Boundaries in Black Tennis. Putting achievements in their proper perspective is often challenging, but always rewarding, and, especially so, when breaking Read More
Brenton hotel is not just a pet friendly hotel, but a pet embracing hotel. Very similar to the hotel’s perspective on our furry friends, Newport and Aquidneck island offer more Read More
Visit Goat Island With nostalgia, the ocean view, a picturesque lighthouse and the beautiful Pell bridge, Goat Island makes the perfect winter back drop. There is nothing quite like skating Read More
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – twinkling lights, fragrant wintergreens, beautiful bows, and a most amazing Christmas tree on historic Bowen’s Wharf. Go early for leisurely holiday Read More
Holidays at the Newport Mansions will be more spectacular than ever this year! Come see the festive decorations this season at The Breakers, Marble House & The Elms! A great Read More
Artist in Residence Series This summer, the hotel’s Artist in Residence Series will feature Nick Mele, lifelong resident of Newport and photographer of the new book A Newport Summer. Guests Read More
Spring at the Newport Art Museum - This spring you need to experience "Call & Response". Three artists were invited to view works from the Museum's collection of nearly 3,000 Read More