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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.
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.