Village Inn at Narragansett Pier Hotel and Conference Center

Address: 1 Beach Street, Narragansett, Rhode Island, 02882, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1 Beach Street, Narragansett, is near The Towers, South County Museum, and Narragansett Pier Casino.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Village Inn at Narragansett Pier Hotel and Conference Center

    Don't Bother!

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    I had stayed in the Village Inn in 2001 and it was run down but being repaired so I gave them the the benefit of the doubt. They were expensive for a place in such disrepair but the people were nice. Then in 2002 I made another reservation but found out the price had almost doubled! I was told they had completed their renovations but had had a fire and now had to do more repairs. I cancelled my reservation the same day and stayed at the Atlantic House (dont' go there either!) instead. It took more than two months to get the proper credit amount to my m/c for the cancelled reservation. In the end I sent a letter to my m/c and copied the Village Inn. My m/c did the corrections that were needed. Steer clear of this over priced rip-off joint!

    Worst place ever!

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    I stayd here 6/02 and paid big bucks. What I got for ocean view was a corner with huge air conditioner on it so it was so hot I could not go out there. People rude and when I asked to change rooms they called the police on me! What a dump.

    They Know They have a Monopoly

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    The Village Inn has a great location. They know it and they charge for it. They do not care if they make mistakes and they do not care if you leave with bad feelings. I've been there several times. The Narragansett town beach is my favorite. I like that all amenities and restaurants are within walking distance. If there was another hotel in the pier area, I would not hesitate. I owe this hotel nothing. (Last year we booked a cottage for a week for less than we pay for two days at the Village Inn. No one says you have to stay at your cottage for the entire week.)

    Most horrible hotel experience

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    I am convinced that this hotel is running a scam. I had booked a hotel room in November for Memorial day weekend, at the rate of $149/night. After some other people were having difficulties with them, I decided to call 2 weeks before just to check on the room. They confirmed my room - at a rate of $249/night. I told them I had written confirmation of the previous rate. Their explanations as to why it changed ranged from "computers crashing" to "new 2003 rates". In any case, they admitted that I had been told and quoted, and BOOKED the room at $149. However, they said that depsite my confirmation (in writing), that they changed the rate. I spoke with 3 different people, all who were rude and disrespectful. In the end, they offered to discount my room by $20. I ended up cancelling due to the fact that when you book a room at a certain rate, hotels cannot(!) just up it by $100 and not notify you. I believe they do this to many people, and wait until they check-out so that they are stuck paying the money. ****They have an unsatisfactory rating at the Better Business Bureau already, and I advice everyone to steer clear of this place!!

    Room not worth the $

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    Rooms are not as nice as you would expect for the price. Paid for an ocean view room. However, had more like a "deck view". Cafe downstairs is good, very friendly. Hotel charged us twice for the room so check your credit cards!

    Love this place!

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    I am a repeat customer of the Village Inn and every time my family and I decide to stay there it is very pleasant. Ocean view rooms are best. Love the store right next door.

    Great Place!

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    Although I am only 14, i have staed her a numerous amoun of times. The maid service was great, but thedesk clerk could have been a little bit better. But evrything else made my mom and my trip a happy one :-) you should definetly visit here!!

    Put this on your list of places to avoid!

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    Words cannot discribe my experience at the Village Inn. Never have I been treated with such absolute disdain and arrogance. The rudeness of the desk clerk was unbelievable. I could not understand how she could keep her job until I met the manager. They asked if we would like an ocean view room for an additional fee. When we got to the room the view was of the parking lot. I complained and was told it was an ocean view because it said so in the computer and that no one had ever complained. This was just one instance but it happened repeatedly. The bolt on the door was broken, as was the door, from being kicked open. The towel bar was conveniently placed on the floor. I could go on. This place is not cheap; we were there in the off season. To top it off, there was an envelope in which to put money for the maid! Never again.

    The Village Inn disappoints

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    The Village Inn's motto emanates throughout their staff, management, policies, furnishings and facilities. And that motto is, "If you don't like it, LEAVE." As so we did, leaving the other 13 families from our reunion to battle The Village Idiots on a daily basis for five days. Their rudeness and arrogance was beyond any level I've ever encountered. If you're looking for a disappointing time, where you are lied to, mistreated, and generally devalued as a consumer, visit the Village Inn at Narragansett.

    Not bad

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    Not bad- across busy street from lovely beach. room was clean. no light next to bed.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Village Inn at Narragansett Pier Hotel and Conference Center

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    Travel Blogs from Narragansett

    Long Island, Block Island

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on May 19, 2015

    36 photos

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    Day 9 - New Haven, CT to Kingstown, RI

    A travel blog entry by crazy.travelers on May 10, 2015

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    ... north it cleared and the sun sort of came out. It was chilly though.

    We drove up Route 1 thru Narragansett and saw the remains of the casino - apparently it was once quite a destination until a storm took out most of it. We ended up in a little mom and pop hotel.


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    Love me tender

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on May 05, 2015

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    A life on the ocean wave

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on May 04, 2015

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    Exploring Rhode Island

    A travel blog entry by vivicarroll on May 02, 2015

    7 photos

    After morning exercise, Jane and I drove to a needlepoint store in Barrington, RI. The Picket Fence was a quaint little needlepoint store. We enjoyed the drive, lovely scenery along the coast. After lunch at the Black Pearl, Jane, Buddy & I drove around the area to see the historic mansions. Later in the afternoon, Larry and I enjoyed a drink at the oldest bar in the US and saw one of the oldest churches. Dinner at The Mooring was ...