Augusta Maine Hotels

Since most people visit Maine’s capital city for business purposes, the majority of the hotels in Augusta Maine are chain hotels and motels. However, even if they are somewhat predictable, a few of the hotels in Augusta Maine offer some unique features that may be of interest to some travelers.

For example, America’s Best Inns features Evergreen™ Rooms. These rooms have premium air purification systems that eliminate airborne allergens, dust, and odors, as well as water taps that dispense cold, fresh, bottled-quality drinking water. Additionally, the adjustable shower massagers dispense soft water. America’s Best Inns, Augusta also have free wireless internet access as well as a fitness center. This Augusta Maine hotel is family owned and operated, so even though it is a franchise, you will receive the warm, New England hospitality that is typical of hotels in Augusta Maine.

If you are attending a business meeting or a conference at the Civic Center, there are hotels in Augusta Maine within close proximity. The Holiday Inn Civic Center is actually adjacent to the Civic Center. The Marketplace Mall is across the street. The Comfort Inn Civic Center is also an Augusta Maine hotel near the Civic Center.

Fitness enthusiasts who are looking for a healthy Augusta Maine hotel would do well by booking a room at the Best Western Senator Inn & Spa. This hotel is renowned for its award-winning dining that features delicious vegetarian and heart-healthy meals. Spa services and a fitness center are also available.

If you are growing weary of chain hotels, do not fret. While challenging, it is possible to find unique, historical Augusta lodging. Back in 1882, the Edwards House Inn once provided Augusta lodging for the mill workers at the Edwards Manufacturing Company. The dining that once served three meals a day is now the Laurias Restaurant.

Were you hoping to find Augusta lodging at a Bed and Breakfast? If you go a few miles away to Hallowell, you can stay at the Maple Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast and Conference Center. If anything, you will want to stay there simply to see their wind generating turbine. The owners of the inn hope to generate at least half of their power from the wind. After you finish your delicious breakfast, you can relax on the Inn’s beautiful acres, and enjoy the farm animals as they pass by.

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