Hyatt Place Portland, Maine showcases the Old Port like no other hotel!

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Hyatt Place Portland

Portland is the largest and most diverse city in Maine. If you’ve never been to the great state of Maine, you’re missing out. If you come, you better make sure Portland is on your itinerary. There is just too much to see, do, and eat not to check it out. With a population of just over 65,000 residents…there are rumors that Portland has more restaurants per capita than San Francisco (boasting a population over 830,000). Seriously, the food is wicked good here. After you figure out where to eat, you need to think about where to stay. If you want a little bit of luxury, an incredible view of the Portland skyline, and easy access to some downtown Portland fun, you should book your room at Hyatt Place Portland. It will not disappoint.

Hyatt Place Portland

Located in the epicenter of the Old Port, Hyatt Place Portland overlooks Casco Bay and city views, where a short walk is all that’s required to take in everything Portland offers. But before you start to explore the cobbled streets, craft beer breweries, food festivals, art and science museums, and working waterfront…you’ll want to check in to your room. Let the valet park the car and stroll through the lobby doors. You’ll be greeted with a warm welcome and smile surrounded by a more modern decor. The lobby windows showcase Portland’s typical brick faced buildings and reminds you adventure awaits when you step back outside. After a quick check-in, you’ll be on your way to your room. And, yes, you’ll be impressed.

Hyatt Place Portland

With all the conveniences you’ve come to expect in a nice hotel room, including extra towels, a coffee and tea maker, and a fridge…it also comes with things you wouldn’t expect, but will love.

HoMedics SoundSpa

The HoMedics SoundSpa beside the bed, the complimentary ear plugs, oh, and THE VIEW.

Seriously. THE VIEW.

Hyatt Place Portland

Having a door open onto our very own, private patio (on the 7th floor) was amazing. Being able to see the city skyline lit up at night and the busy waterfront during the day from our perch was a total treat. The pair of lounging chairs (with some amazing fabric that repels water and stays dry despite torrential rains) and a small table was perfect for us to enjoy a cup or two of coffee, soaking in the view.

Hyatt Place Portland

We came up with all sorts of things to do for the next day just by over-looking downtown Portland; and all of it was within walking distance. Of course, we enjoyed dinner at the iconic floating restaurant, DiMillo’s, and then slept in this luxurious bed.

Hyatt Place Portland

After a comfortable and cozy sleep, we woke rested and ready for breakfast.

Whatever your wish; eggs, bagels, french toast, yogurt, fresh fruit, cereal…it’s available with your choice of milk, juice, or coffee (or all 3). You will be ready to start the day!

We spent the morning taking in some sights and the staff at Hyatt Place Portland was incredibly helpful. Not only was a late check out no big deal, they gladly kept our belongings and our car valet parked until late in the afternoon to accommodate our schedule!

Not sure what to do while you stay in the Old Port? Here’s a few ideas…

The Maine Lobsterman

Maine Lobsterman

Tall Ships Portland

Tall Ships Portland

Casco Bay Island Ferry 

Casco Bay Island Ferry Service

Maine Foodie Tours

There will be a whole post dedicated to the amazing eats we enjoyed on our Lobster Crawl!

Maine Foodie Tours

There is so much to do in Portland, Maine; you’ll need to stay a few nights at Hyatt Place Portland to fit it all in. No worries, you’ll love your stay and be back again!

Connect with Hyatt Place Portland on Facebook, @HyattPlaceOPME, and on Instagram @hyattplaceopme! Then plan your trip and reserve your room for a customized Portland experience!

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18 Responses

  1. Jill says:

    That hotel looks amazing! We LOVE Maine. We usually spend our time at Little Sebago Lake… but we often head into Portland at least once while we are there!

  2. Christine Tatum says:

    We want to go back to Bar Harbor, ME sometime soon. We will definitely have to put Portland on the tour. Thanks for the recommendation of the Hyatt. Looks like a nice place!

  3. Nicole Escat says:

    What a great place to have a short vacation! It looks amazing and most beautiful hotel in that place.

  4. Kimberly says:

    I’ve always wanted to visit Maine. It’s on my Bucket List. I just love the view from the hotel, and the food. Oh my!

  5. It looks like you enjoyed your stay! That breakfast looked delicious and the bed looks like it was super comfy! I enjoy staying with Hyatt.

  6. I have never been to Maine, but this looks like a nice place to stay. I will file it away should we get the chance to visit.

    • SavingCmnCents says:

      I really do hope you’ll get to visit Maine and if you’re in the Portland area, I highly recommend Hyatt Place Portland!

  7. what a beautiful hotel and the surroundings are so gorgeous. I would totally stay here.

  8. Lisa Jones says:

    Sounds Like A Fabulous Place To Stay I’m Originally From Up North I Miss Maine So Much To Do & See We Will Have To Stay There Next Time We Go On Vacation!!

    • SavingCmnCents says:

      I hope you can return “home” and get to enjoy everything Maine has to offer…and have just as nice a stay at Hyatt Place Portland!

  9. Krista Dial says:

    Maine is on my list of must-see states within the next 2-3 years! I’m a history buff and have been dying to take a tour up the east coast to visit some of our country’s historic landmarks and historic sites. I will definitely keep Portland and the Hyatt Place there in mind for when we make the trip! 🙂

    • SavingCmnCents says:

      The eastern seaboard is full of history and Portland, Maine is no exception! I have no doubt you’d love to stay at Hyatt Place Portland…and enjoy some serious sightseeing and learn all about the history of Maine!

  10. The Hatton Place Portldown looks amazing!.Having your own private patio with a waterfront view must be quite impressive.
    It’s obvious that yout had a great time

    • SavingCmnCents says:

      It really was an impressive sight! The hotel is beautiful and is so well-placed, it made our stay just perfect!

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