In a city that has grown exponentially over the past decade, one hotel has earned a reputation as being THE place to stay in Portland, Maine. If you are seeking a mix of local experience, incredible food, and luxury, look no further than The Press Hotel.

Of course, Portland, Maine, is known for quaint bed and breakfasts, and seaside inns, but for this frequent flyer from Manhattan, I personally enjoy the luxuries of having a hotel experience mixed with local flavor. That is why The Press Hotel is perfect for business travelers and visitors to Portland, Maine. As a member of Marriott’s Autograph Collection, you know it has all of the amenities needed when on the road, but have the comfort and experience of travelling locally.

The property is renowned and has been voted one of the top hotels in Portland by Conde Nast Traveller’s Hot List, and when we recently experienced the hotel first-hand, we can clearly see why. Upon walking through the massive front doors, and through the well-appointed lobby, The Press Hotels welcomes the roots of its printing press architecture with upgrades that modernize the space and make it feel warm, and inviting. We loved sipping on cocktails next to the giant fireplace in the lobby with other travelers from Boston who also loved the ambiance of the space.

You’ll have the best sleep ever on the most comfortable bed we have ever tested out, with fresh linens leaving you feel rejuvenated and well rested. Fun amenities from local vendors situate any traveller to Portland.

Adjacent to the lobby, is the hotel’s renowned restaurant UNION. Perfect for brunch, dinner, or a late night snack, UNION has an incredible kitchen that opens to the dining room. Enjoy a peek of your meal being prepared by phenomenal chef’s who are truly best in class.

Whatever brings you to Portland, Maine, The Press Hotel is the perfect hotel for any traveller who appreciates boutique hotels, but also loves the amenities of a hotel group.

Travel Today Review: Best Hotel in Portland, 2018

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