Atlantic Beach Hospitality Announces New Brand Flag – Wyndham Newport Hotel

Local Ownership & Management Group Brings Wyndham Brand to Newport County

USA, Newport, Rhode Island. January 10, 2019

Atlantic Beach Hospitality - a family-owned management company boasting 40+ years of industry experience in the local Rhode Island community - announces today the Wyndham Newport Hotel, converting the 143-room property in Middletown from the Cambria brand, elevating the property service and standards to new heights. Perfectly perched on a bluff with enviable views of Easton's Beach, the new Wyndham Newport Hotel offers ideal proximity to the attractions, dining and shopping of downtown Newport, while boasting spacious guestrooms and suites, 28,000 square feet of meeting and event space, and the Newport icon Johnny's Restaurant & Patio Bar.

"Opened in June 2017, this fresh hotel presents guests an ideal accommodation, meeting and event space option in the heart of Newport," says Mark Gervais, general manager, Wyndham Newport Hotel. "Atlantic Beach Hospitality is pleased to bring Wyndham Hotels to our celebrated destination, creating both the product and level of service our guests seek when visiting the area."

Boasting a green design, the Wyndham Newport Hotel features a fully solar-paneled roof, electricity power harvested from a property-owned solar field located nearby and eco-friendly LED, automatic lights throughout the hotel. All of the 143 spacious guestrooms (including nine suites over 700 square feet) feature wood flooring, soothing colors and expansive windows with views of Easton's Beach, creating a crisp, modern feel with nuances of an oceanside retreat.

For guests seeking the perfect meeting or event option, Wyndham Newport Hotel presents nearly 30,000 square feet of flexible space and personalized service. Easton's Pavilion, created specifically for weddings and events with an installed dance floor and built-in bars, and the 8,200-square-foot Atlantic Pavilion are stunning indoor reception venues, while The Pergola and 4,000-square-foot Tent on the South Lawn create picture perfect outdoor options for weddings, summer soirees and clam bakes and event planners alike.

Re-inventing a Newport icon, the property restaurant, Johnny's Restaurant & Patio Bar, serves up tastes of New England fare from Oysters and Littlenecks on the Raw Bar to Lobster Macaroni & Cheese and Mediterranean Seared Pork Tenderloin. With lawn games, firepits, flat screen TVs and ample comfortable patio seating, local residents and visitors alike flock to Johnny's for both food and atmosphere.

Conveniently located near famed Newport attractions including the Cliffwalk and Newport Mansions, Wyndham Newport Hotel offers shuttle service to downtown Newport for a nominal daily fee (unlimited ride). After sightseeing and shopping downtown, guests enjoy relaxing in an indoor/outdoor saltwater pool, featuring glass sliders which open up onto the lush lawns during warm weather seasons. Wyndham Newport Hotel also provides complimentary on-site parking, fully-equipped fitness and business centers, WIFI in guestrooms and meeting spaces, USA Today delivery each morning and two water bottles daily.

For more information, or to book accommodations, meetings and events at Wyndham Newport Hotel, visit online or call 401-236-2020.


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Easton’s Pavilion Event Space at Wyndham Newport Hotel
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