New England definitely arrives in its full glory in Pawtuxet Village with its scenic harbor — where the Pawtuxet River flows into the Providence River and Narragansett Bay — and quaint downtown district with shops (jewelry, art, yoga, etc.), cafes, restaurants and other specialty shops. The waterfront scenery is worth the visit alone and the historic feel is significant — no surprise, as this is one of the oldest American settlements dating back to 1638. It is also one of the few villages in the United States that spans two communities: Warwick and Cranston.
Our laid back family-friendly community is equipped with all sorts of amenities to ensure you have the most pleasant stay possible including valet, cable TV, free Wi-Fi, grilling areas, and more! Explore some of the amazing restaurants, including Basta, O’Rourke’s Bar and Grill, Rim Nahm, Beans and Buns Bakery and Cafe, Crepe Corner, Revolution, Poco Loco Tacos, Lucy Juicy and more!