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Like so much of New England Rhode Island is famed for its abundance of natural beauty and a culture rich with art and history as well as a vibrant social and sporting life. The island is a haven for sporting aficionados with lawn and all weather tennis golf polo and of course sailing given Newport is famous for its gilded age mansions the legacy of 12 metre yachting and its many music festivals from jazz and folk to classical music.
Built by Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt is 1909 the former Vanderbilt Hall is a quintessential Newport mansion that in recent years has been restored to its former glory. Today as the Vanderbilt Grace the mansion comprises a luxurious hotel with 33 rooms and suites a sumptuous SPA and fitness centre with indoor and outdoor pools and two restaurants including Muse and new fine dining restaurant created by renowned New England Chef Jonathan Cartwright. As part of family-owned Grace Hotels the Vanderbilt Grace combined unmatched heritage with a modern service ethos that has won Grace Hotels global critical acclaim and numerous hospitality awards