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The Tides Beach Club

The Tides Beach Club Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Tides Beach Club in Kennebunkport was fully renovated in 2011, and the vibe evolved from cozy to South Beach-esque and trendy. Two suites designed by Jonathan Adler, spectacular ocean views, and a contemporary restaurant with a sophisticated menu are just some of the upgrades that came with the renovation. The prices are a bit more Manhattan than Maine, but if it's beachfront luxury you’re after, this is it -- The Tides sits on a semi-private three-mile stretch of Goose Rocks Beach.
The Anchorage By the Sea

The Anchorage By the Sea Rating: 3.5 Pearls

As the real estate saying goes, it's all about location, location, location. That saying applies to the 220-room Anchorage by the Sea, a year-round hotel that's on prime beachfront real estate. The hotel is geared toward families, and has two heated pools (indoor and outdoor), three hot tubs, seasonal painting and yoga activities, and a charming restaurant and bar. Minimalist rooms are decorated in white-wood furniture and spurts of blue that are bright and welcoming. Common areas can become noisy and crowded with families. The nearby Beachmere Inn offers a quieter getaway but has more expensive rooms.
The Colony Hotel

The Colony Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

With a waterfront location in Kennebunkport, the historic Colony Hotel offers incredible ocean views. Rooms vary in decor and are spread throughout the Main Building, the Galland, and the East House -- but not all rooms have TVs or air conditioning. The Colony Hotel has a welcoming attitude to both kids and dogs, attracting families with its heated saltwater swimming pool and a private sandy beach. While perks such as free Wi-Fi and breakfast are nice, some guests complain about the presence of too many dogs and the minimum stay requirements.
Meadowmere Resort

Meadowmere Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 144-room Meadowmere Resort combines the charm of a classic New England inn with some of the added amenities of a ritzier hotel, including a large fitness center, spa treatments, an indoor Roman Bath, and game room. The rooms are standard in size and nicely furnished with classic wood furniture and florals. Located a bit south of the central Ogunquit area, the hotel is still within walking distance of shops and restaurants. There’s plenty of fun to be had at the resort itself, between the pools, barbecue pits, game room, and library, and the beach is 15 to 20 minutes away on foot.
The Beachwood

The Beachwood Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The Beachwood is a clean, modern, family-owned motel off the shores of Saco Bay. Reasonably priced and with a small kitchen in each cheerfully outfitted room, The Beachwood offers a practical vacation option for budget-conscious families. There are a range of room layouts, and some may feel cramped while others are more spacious and comfortable. The patio area with several grills is nice for group dinners, while the pool and hot tubs offer alternatives to the beach. The motel is just a short walk from Old Orchard’s main pier, and near restaurants, shops, and attractions.
Gorges Grant Hotel

Gorges Grant Hotel Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The Gorges Grant Hotel is a mid-range property in the waterside town of Ogunquit, Maine. While fairly large, the 81-room hotel maintains a bed and breakfast feel, with New England-style landscaping and a cozy lobby with a fireplace and couches. Rooms are spacious and homey, with armchairs and flat-screen TVs. There's a heated outdoor pool surrounded by leafy trees, an indoor pool with whirlpool, and an expansive breakfast restaurant on premises. While a little ways out from the village center, the Gorges Grant Hotel is still within walking distance of restaurants and shops, and a short trolley ride or moderate walk to the beach. For a waterfront hotel in the same class, travelers could try The Beachmere Inn.
Juniper Hill Inn

Juniper Hill Inn Rating: 2.0 Pearls

The Juniper Hill Inn is mid-range hotel on a sprawling, five-acre property with expansive lawns and leafy trees. The hotel has a motel-like look and feel, with a a number of buildings and a range of rooms -- from the plain Standard to the two-bedroom Cottage at Acorn Lane -- that open onto parking lots. Amenities are basic: free continental breakfast, an indoor pool and two outdoor pools with whirlpools, a small fitness center, and laundry facilities on premises. The Juniper Hill Inn also has a back path to the beach so guests can avoid the main road, and the village center is about a five-minute walk away. The hotel's amenities and price are comparable to others in its class in the area, but most rooms at sister property Gorges Grant Hotel are nicer.


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