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Like the rest of the world, Maine businesses are navigating the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage you to check websites for your destinations before visiting for the latest health and safety guidelines in place, and please remember to be patient and kind while visiting.

Offering luxury and prestige, resorts in Maine bestow a multitude of amenities in gorgeous settings, whether oceanside or surrounded by lush forests – we pride ourselves on reaching the height of hospitality and our top resorts won’t disappoint. Some resorts are open year-round. Others only open seasonally and specialize in warm-weather activities like boating and beach sports or cool-weather sports like skiing and snowmobiling. Check a resort’s website for seasons and programs.

From mountainside resorts ideal for après ski, like Sunday River or Sugarloaf, or accommodations on the edge of pristine lakes such as Migis Lodge, a Maine resort is more than a stunning hotel – they offer first-class dining, choice lodging with room options and deluxe services including spa treatments and fitness facilities, as well a variety of activities.

Family-friendly resorts like Spruce Point Inn in Boothbay Harbor has complimentary children’s activities like the Lighthouse Camp and Kids’ Night Out, and the Bar Harbor Inn offers a baking class for guest’s children, so the whole family can make the most of their stay.

If golf is what you want, there are several resorts in Maine with world-class golf courses, including the Samoset, and Sebasco Harbor Resort, where the tides change the course’s difficulty.

Good food is one of the many reasons to seek out a Maine resort. Our resorts often have multiple dining options. Harborside Hotel and Spa has La Bella Vita – an authentic Italian restaurant – as well as a wine bar, a next-door lobster pound and poolside bar. The Cliff House offers guests the choice of the Tiller Restaurant or a lobster shack for more casual fare.

Many resorts in Maine offer a selection of lodging, like Linekin Bay Resort, with the choice of water views or wooded cabins or the main lodge. The resort is the only all-inclusive sailing resort in New England. Sailing instructions are available to all interested guests.

Whatever style of accommodations you want, Maine’s numerous resorts will give you unparalleled hospitality.

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Beginning May 1, travelers from all states will be able to travel to Maine without providing a negative COVID-19 test result or quarantining, unless otherwise determined by the Maine CDC. If a state experiences a spike in COVID-19 cases, the Maine CDC will apply testing and quarantine protocols to all travelers from that state.

Learn how our safe travel protocols are helping ensure everyone's visit is a safe one.