49 Neal Street
One-of-a-kind Portland Maine bed and breakfast with loads of panache, the Pomegranate Inn is a visual treat, a soothing sanctuary, and a bold, bright pied-à-terre in the heart of Portland’s architecturally distinct Western Promenade. Sculpture, art, furniture, and fabrics combine in a brilliant play of color and texture that startle, amuse, then encourage you to kick back and unwind in this upbeat Portland, Maine inn where the goal is to exceed your expectations.
Westin HarborView Hotel
157 High Street
Henry P. Rines envisioned the grand hotel in Congress Square in the early 1920s. Designed by local architect Herbert Rhodes on June 15th, 1927. After one year of construction and $2 million dollars, the doors opened to the 369 room Eastland Hotel. Once the largest hotel in New England it quickly became a landmark to the city of Portland. Re-opening in 2013, the legacy continues in the revitalized Westin Portland Harborview. The lounge located on the top floor, Top of the East, is a Portland Stage favorite. The Westin HarborView is conveniently located across the street from the theater.
The Westin also provides a discount for Portland Stage visitors! Click here for a Portland Stage Discount!
Inn at Park Spring
135 Spring Street
This small, charming Bed & Breakfast – in a historic brick building dating to 1835 – boasts an ideal location in downtown Portland. Located in the Arts District, this quaint spot is a short walk from the Old Port and waterfront. Your innkeeper and host Buddy Marcum takes great pride in creating a relaxing getaway. Comfortable accommodations await you along with a five-star dining experience in the morning.
The Press Hotel
119 Exchange Street
Located in the heart of downtown Portland, this one-of-a-kind boutique hotel offers great food, luxurious rooms, affordable prices. With 110 rooms, The Press Hotel’s accommodations have won numerous prizes from travel magazines such as Hotels Magazine, Travel + Leisure, and New York Magazine.