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Magnificently reborn, The Press Hotel is proudly rooted in Portland’s past. The structure we call home was once the Gannett Building, the historic headquarters of the Portland Press Herald—the state’s largest newspaper.
While the days of printing presses may be over, we continue to honor our history with thoughtful touches. Be on the lookout for typewriters at every turn, artistic nods to typesetting, and quotes from Maine literary luminaries.typewriters swarm
A Warm Welcomeit’s coffee o’clock
Our lobby is the heartbeat of the hotel. Grab a morning brew at Inkwell, gather for an afternoon of Scrabble by the hearth and, as evening falls, savor a cocktail.
Art @ The Press
While our past evokes the power of the written word we celebrate art in all its forms. On the lower level of the hotel, you'll discover our permanent art gallery featuring local Maine artists.cheers to you taste maine’s bounty
We Sweat the Details
Our fitness center is ready to power your next workout. Enjoy state-of-the-art machines, including two Peloton Cycling Bikes. Forgot a hair-tie? You’ll find them in a drawer. Need a protein boost? We’ve got snacks for that - each individually wrapped and ready to grab and go.
Can’t get out of bed? Blame our Frette™ bed linens and Cuddledown® comforters. Luckily, everything you could ever want is just a front desk call away.Discover our Rooms & Suites
Discover what’s behind closed doors. Our rooms await you.Discover our Rooms & Suites everything in its place soak up the luxury soak it in
Penthouse SuiteRead More About Our Penthouse Suite
May your spirits rise as high as the towering ten-foot-tall ceilings above you. Take in the citywide views on your private rooftop patio. Within the Penthouse Suite – also known as the Royal Suite – you’ll find unparalleled luxury and authentic touches (think: your very own Royal typewriter, circa 1925.)Read More About Our Penthouse Suite we set the bar high
One Bedroom SuiteRooms & Read More About Our One Bedroom Suite
Our suites are perfectly appointed for business and pleasure (or a little bit of both.) Located on the second and sixth floors of the hotel, each offers something special. Love a good soak? Suite 201 has a luxuriously deep tub. Hungry for more space? The slightly larger Suite 601 hosts a dining area and extra half bath. You can’t lose whichever you choose.Rooms & Read More About Our One Bedroom Suite headlining comfort
Executive KingRead More About Our Executive King Suite
These spacious corner rooms exceed even the loftiest of expectations. With oversized windows, double vanity sinks, and a deep soaking tub, they provide the perfect city retreat. The cozy seating area, with a comfy pullout sofa, is perfect for enjoying a morning cup of Keurig® coffee. These rooms also feature built-in wet bars for extra luxury.Read More About Our Executive King Suite
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Serving Up Approachable Excellence.
At UNION, we believe that every dish should honor its roots. We are dedicated to sourcing the very best sustainable and local New England ingredients. Our relationships with our neighbors in Maine’s agriculture and working waterfront are paramount. You’ll discover the bounty of our oceans, streams, gardens, and fields in every bite.Union Restaurant Weddings at Press
Witness Wedding Magic.
Passion is at the heart of everything we do at The Press Hotel. Love fuels the words written on our walls, the works in our gallery, and the warm welcome you’ll always receive. Why shouldn’t your wedding be a work of art? From your first look to the last dance, we’ll work together to create a wedding experience that is Beyond Words™.Weddings
We keep a finger on the pulse of the remarkable city we call home. The Press Hotel is proud to be at the heart of Portland, Maine.Art @ The Press
Meet Matt Hutton.“Always give people more than what they expect to get.”
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