It’s Hotel Month Rhode Island (RI) Providing Last-Minute Black Friday Deal Minutes Away From Harlem

With Rhode Island being a little more than three hours from Harlem, Rhode Island tourism, in conjunction with over 30 hotels and resorts across The Ocean State, proudly announces the launch of “Hotel Month RI” this January 2022.

Hotel Month RI invites visitors and residents to take advantage of rates up to 40% off at a wide variety of accommodations at luxury hotels, historic inns, and cozy B&Bs. Bookings are exclusively available on HotelMonthRI.com and go live on Black Friday, November 26, 2021, for stays taking place January 1 – 31, 2022.

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Previously known as “Hotel Week RI,” Rhode Island extended this year’s promotion to a month following the success and growing interest of its first two hotel weeks.

“Based on consumer feedback, we are thrilled to extend the program so more visitors can enjoy the state and Rhode Islanders can enjoy staycations,”  said Anika Kimble-Huntley, Chief Marketing Officer for Rhode Island Commerce Corporation. “Hotel Month RI serves as a much-needed boost to tourism and we are grateful to have so many amazing lodging partners participating and ready to show guests the wonderful amenities and superior service they have to offer.”

Unbeatable deals include stays at The Wayfinder Hotel in Newport for just $69 per night, Hotel Providence for $104 per night, Avonlea Jewel of the Sea on Block Island from $100 per night, 30% off at Weekapaug Inn and much more! In addition to discounts on accommodations, Hotel Month will also extend special offers at restaurants, attractions and activities around the state.

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Participating hotels by region include the following:

Blackstone Valley

  • Courtyard by Marriott Providence Lincoln
  • Grace Note Farm Inn
  • Residence Inn by Marriott Providence Lincoln

Block Island

  • Avonlea, Jewel of the Sea

Bristol County

  • Bradford-Dimond-Norris Bed & Breakfast

Newport County

  • America’s Cup Inn
  • Hilltop Inn
  • Holiday Inn Express Newport North – Middletown
  • Hotel Viking
  • Howard Johnson by Wyndham
  • Lionel Champlin Guest House
  • Poplar House
  • Rhea’s Inn by the Sea
  • Sonesta Select Newport Middletown
  • The Wayfinder Hotel

Providence 

  • Courtyard by Marriott Providence Downtown
  • Graduate Providence
  • Hilton Garden Inn Providence
  • Hilton Providence Downtown Hotel
  • Hotel Providence
  • The Old Court Bed and Breakfast
  • Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel
  • Residence Inn Providence Downtown

South County

  • The Preserve Sporting Club & Residences
  • Shelter Harbor Inn
  • Weekapaug Inn

Warwick & West Bay

  • Courtyard by Marriott Providence Warwick
  • Crowne Plaza Providence Warwick
  • Holiday Inn Express & Suites Warwick – Providence (Airport)
  • Hyatt Place Warwick Providence Airport
  • Sonesta ES Suites Providence-Airport

Rhode Island tourism is proud and grateful to have collaborated with its six regional tourism partners,  Blackstone Valley Tourism Council, Block Island Tourism Council, Discover Newport, Go Providence, South County Tourism Council and Visit Warwick RI for their partnership in bringing this program to consumers. Now in its third installment, Hotel Week RI launched its inaugural promotion in January 2020.

Please visit HotelMonthRI.com for the full list of offerings. Restrictions and blackout dates apply. Guests are encouraged to share their experiences on social media using the hashtag #HotelMonthRI.

Rhode Island

From tip to toe, Rhode Island is 400 miles of New England coastline, dripping with beaches and fresh-from-the-ocean seafood that travelers have come to know and love.

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Recognized as the Ocean State and proud of it, take a second look and you’ll find Rhode Island is also public art, swanky mansions, charming villages, local farms, local brews, winding trails, and walkable cities.

Little Rhody is artistic, rebellious and historic and modern, welcoming and diverse. In 2020, tourism in Rhode Island generated $1.3 billion in tax revenues, with $597 million accruing to state and local governments.

The traveler economy supported 66,402 jobs in 2020, which represents 1 in 9 of all jobs in Rhode Island. For more information on Rhode Island including travel guides, events, go to www.visitrhodeisland.com.

Photo credit: 1) Wayfinder Hotel. 2) Graduate Providence. 3) Weekapaug Inn.

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