Featuring a variety of historic hotels, Maine offers travelers a rich tapestry of one-of-a-kind local experiences. Whether you choose opulence or rustic charm, you can embrace life in a different era for a night, a weekend, or an extended stay.
Upgrades and restores
Historic hotels have often been painstakingly restored to reflect their original glory or to update them with a contemporary vibe. You can choose to rough it in humble historic accommodations, or experience the good life in the area's sophisticated restored mansions and original hotels.
Historic hotels allow you to embrace each hotel’s heyday. Sip drinks in a retro bar, relish a candlelit dinner in a lavish dining room, or enjoy a private fire in your own well-appointed suite.
Many historic hotels even feature original grand facades and modern interiors with newly renovated lobbies and rooms. Others have been meticulously restored to reflect every historic detail of the building’s past. Choose how you wish to experience the history of Maine!
Get a glimpse of the past at a Maine historic hotel
Whether you’re looking for a retro experience or you want something from a different century, a stay at a famous hotel in Maine offers an unforgettable escape that will take your vacation to a new and unexpected level.
Discover life in Maine from a different perspective with a trip back in time and book your historic hotel stay today.
Historic Hotels in Maine
Total number of hotels in Maine
|Portland Regency Hotel & Spa, The Poland Spring Resort, The Charles Inn at Vacationland Inns, The Daniel, LimeRock Inn, The Francis, Pryor House B&B, The Bethel Resort & Suites, York Harbor Inn, Trade Winds Inn, Camden Windward House, Residence Inn by Marriott Portland Downtown Waterfront, Abalonia Inn, The Brunswick Hotel, Bar Harbor Manor|