Historic Charm & Modern SophisticationA coastal Maine getaway conjures up images of lighthouses, lobsters, and windjammer cruises. But here in Portland you’ll find so much more. One of New England’s most exciting destinations beckons throughout the year with unparalleled opportunities for outdoor adventure, proximity to picturesque towns rich in history, a lively arts and foodie scene, myriad museums, and an ever-changing calendar of special events.
The adventure begins in Portland’s Old Port District which charms with its cobblestone streets, working waterfront, and 19th century brick buildings home to eclectic boutiques and art galleries. Maine’s largest city also boasts a vibrant Arts District highlighted by the Portland Museum of Art, Maine College of Art; and SPACE Gallery. Concert venues and theatres abound and numerous local tour companies make it a breeze to take a scenic cruise on Casco Bay, tour historic attractions, go white water rafting, and more.
Portland Harbor Hotel
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Set in the bustling Old Port District, Portland Harbor Hotel makes it easy for guests to immerse themselves in the vibrant local culture of Portland, a city that blends the present with a very special past. The hotel welcomes guests with newly renovated accommodations that feature coastal-inspired décor, local artwork, and sleek wood floors. Boutique shops, galleries, museums and nightlife are a short stroll away.
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Inn at Diamond Cove
Located on Great Diamond Island in Casco Bay, the Inn at Diamond Cove is the centerpiece of a small private community that was once Fort McKinley, built to defend Portland Harbor during the Spanish-American War. Formerly army barracks, the Inn at Diamond Cove has been meticulously restored to create a serene retreat with 44 deluxe guest rooms and suites. Guests enjoy walking trails, secluded beaches, numerous activities, and bicycles to explore the island, which is blissfully car-free.
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