Places to Stay

Hotel, B&B, Cabin or Resort Lodging that Fits Your Style & Budget

Find lodging in Greater Portland Maine and beyond. Hotels, motels, inns, bed & breakfasts, and accommodations that match your interests and needs are located across the state, and plenty of deals are available throughout the year.

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Packages & Deals

Before you book your stay browse through the special packages and deals offered by participating businesses. Need more info? Click on the special deal and send an inquiry about the offer and how to package items together to maximize your savings.

Lark Hotels Blind Tiger - Photo Credit: Read McKendree
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Plan Your Trip

Plan your trip to Greater Portland Maine. Explore award winning restaurants to unique local shops. Store things of interest like upcoming events and your favorite activities. Then send your trip plan to your family and friends.

Portland from the Harbor, Photo Courtesy of Benjamin Williamson

Architectural Eye Candy

Portland’s preservation ordinance protects landmarks and designated historic districts, ensuring a city whose past is glimpsed daily, even as it embraces the present and prepares for the future. At the heart of Portland’s visual appeal is an historic urban hub rich with architectural gems. Because a 4th of July fire in 1866 destroyed most of the city’s commercial buildings and homes, much of the city’s historic architecture dates from the Victorian era. Well-preserved examples of 19th century styles dot the landscape, co-existing comfortably with more modern buildings.

Off-Season City Getaways

Warm beaches and fall foliage are nice, but Greater Portland also wears the “quiet season” well with a shimmering urban landscape that warms the soul. Don’t let Portland’s small size deter you – urbanites will find the region’s off-season replete with fine dining, culture, sports, and an abundance of arts and entertainment. The most cultured cityphile will be amazed at all that’s going on, and even more pleased upon discovering the metro area’s ease and value compared with larger downtowns.