HOTEL MANISSES

5 Spring St., Block Island, RI 02807 United States (USA)
View Map 1-800-230-4134
4 Star Resort Hotel in Washington County
41.1705606-71.5574588
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  • Free breakfast
  • 64 rooms in hotel
  • Hotel has 3 floors
  • Check-in time: 2:00pm
  • Check-out time: 11:00am
  • Group friendly rating of 7.5/10

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Local Attractions

Abrams Animal Farm, Beach, Nature Walks

Details / Other Expenses

Check In:2:00pm
Check Out:11:00am
Year of Last Renovation:2012
Floors:3
Rooms:64
Corridors:Both Interior and Exterior Hallways
Non Smoking Rooms:64
Handicap Rooms:1
Room Windows:Windows Do Open
Cleaning Frequency:Daily
Dist. to Food/Bars:0.5 Mi
Lounge/Bar Hours:seasonal
Policies / Expenses
Cancellation:
Deposit required is 50% on multiple night stays. There is always a $25.00 fee per room for cancelling and in the two weeks immediately prior to arrival the full stay is confirmed and the full deposit is non-refundable. Minimum night stays may apply.
Nightly Parking:0.00
Total Taxes:13.00%
Total Misc Fees:$0.00 USD
(mandatory resort fees/taxes)
State Tax: 7.00%
Occupancy Tax: 6.00%
Food and Beverage Tax: 1.00%
Parking Fee: 0.00 Per Night

Amenities / Features


Pet Friendly? Sorry, pets are not allowed.

  • Alarm clock
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Credit card accepted: Mastercard/Visa
  • Hairdryer available
  • Internet - wireless
  • Internet is Complimentary
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Private bathroom in room
  • Radio in room
  • Tea and coffee making facilities

Airport & Shuttle Information

Block Island Airport - 2 milesProvidence Airport - @50 miles including one hour ferry ride

Local Shuttle Info: 5 minute walk from Old Harbor ferry landing

Airport Shuttle? Sorry, no airport shuttle available.

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