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WHERE TO STAY IN PORTLAND MAINE

Lodging, Vacation Packages & Places to Stay During Your Visit


Portland's Diverse Lodging

Portland hotels offer many distinctive amenities, while regional inns and bed & breakfasts offer romantic getaways and weekend trips to the coast. The region's diverse lodging options include homes for rent, full-service resorts, hotels and motels, and facilities for meetings, conventions or events. Whether you prefer an urban setting close to downtown or a resort on the coast, Portland has the place to stay that fits your style, vacation, and budget.

Family Vacations & Rentals

Choosing the perfect spot for families makes vacations a breeze. There are plenty of family-friendly and pet-friendly accommodations in the Portland area in close proximity to outdoor recreation, events and activities. You'll also find rentals in the Greater Portland region that put you close to area mountains, beaches or amusement parks. Start here to find rentals, resorts and campgrounds, and vacation packages.


PLANNING YOUR STAY IN PORTLAND? Book Ahead

To ensure your comfortable stay, we recommend making reservations before you arrive in Maine. Room availability can be limited, especially during the peak summer and fall seasons.

This is especially true if you want to stay in the Old Port and downtown area. But the good news is there are many outstanding hotels and B&B’s in the Greater Portland vicinity, including Freeport, Westbrook, Cape Elizabeth, South Portland, Old Orchard Beach, Yarmouth and Kennebunkport.

No matter where you stay in the Greater Portland region, you are sure to have a wonderful visit.


Find the perfect accommodations in this section, then reserve online. You can also search coupons, hot deals and vacations packages suited to your stay.






 

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