There is more to Maine than camping – roughing it in the great outdoors in a remote campsite. And while we’re on the subject, let’s do away with the stereotype; most of us are not missing teeth. Maine is a large state with diverse lodging choices, rustic to luxury hotels and resorts. Browse luxury lodges in Maine, or continue reading to learn more about luxury lodges you’ll find here.
Stay at a seaside resort with spa services, golf and tennis, cocktail bars and fine dining, plus concierge service. York, Kennebunkport and Ogunquit offer luxury inns and hotels overlooking the ocean or right on the beach, with spa treatments available in your room and dining with a sea view.
Portland Maine has several luxury hotels, within walking distance of The Old Port, boutique shopping, Portland’s best foodie restaurants, and the waterfront for daily ferries to the islands on Casco Bay.
Further up coast, luxury golf and tennis resorts, and seaside inns dot the waterfront. Camden is a picture perfect harbor town with luxurious lodging at several historic inns and hotels within walking distance of the waterfront shops, restaurants and sailing excursions. Waterfront resorts like Samoset in Rockport and Bar Harbor’s Hotels provide gorgeous gardens, beautiful views and excellent dining.
Four star hotels and resorts in Maine provide every amenity imaginable from beautifully decorated rooms with all the amenities you could want, plus dining facilities on property and full service spas with Maine spa treatments like blueberry body wraps, sea salt scrubs, and beach stone massages. Some of the best oceanfront hotels have swimming pools overlooking the Atlantic and manicured grounds with gardens to explore during your stay. On the Southern Maine Coast, you can stay at a luxury inn on the ocean, and enjoy the privacy, peace and quiet of the seaside.
Maine’s Lakes Regions have a few luxury inns and lakeside resort, perfect for a summer getaway. Classic summer cabin resorts and waterfront inns on Sebago Lake provide the peacefulness of camping – without “roughing it.” Instead you have high thread count sheets, private tiled baths and well manicured grounds, plus daily maid service, gourmet meals, and a concierge at your beckon call. Luxury lodging at Maine ski resorts like Sunday River and Sugarloaf range from private luxury house rentals, to slope side hotels with spas, outdoor heated pools and dining options from après ski bars to restaurants serving Maine seafood, local produce, Maine beer and wine.
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