The former Cambria Hotel at the Atlantic Resort is ringing in the new year as one of the newest members of Wyndham Hotels.

The announcement comes via Hotel-Online.com;


Atlantic Beach Hospitality Completes Conversion of Former Cambria Hotel to Wyndham Newport Hotel in Rhode Island

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. The new Wyndham Newport Hotel offers ideal proximity to 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 143-room 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.

For more information on Wyndham Newport Hotel, visit online or call 401-236-2020.


The Cambria Hotel opened in June 2017 – Cambria Hotel, Johnny’s Restaurant and The Atlantic Resort are Now Open in Middletown.

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