Hotels in Bangor

Bangor's iconic Paul Bunyan statue greets hotel guests and stands as a representation of the city's past along with other top historical attractions.

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236 Sylvan Road Bangor, Maine 04401
Modern hotel near Bangor International Airport featuring event space and an on-site restaurant.
300 Odlin Road Bangor, Maine 04401
Business hotel with free breakfast located a few miles away from Bangor International Airport.
22 Bass Park Boulevard Bangor, Maine 04401
Extended-stay hotel within walking distance of Cross Insurance Center and Hollywood Casino
308 Godfrey Blvd. Bangor, Maine 04401
Modern hotel connected to the Bangor International Airport by enclosed skywalk
240 Sylvan Road Bangor, Maine 04401
Extended-stay hotel near The University of Maine with spacious suites and full-size kitchens.

Bangor

Located near the Atlantic coast, and alongside the Penobscot River, Bangor was discovered by Samuel de Champlain over 400 years ago and has become a destination for regional and world travellers. Today, visitors can stroll along the Penobscot River Walkway, taking in the natural beauty of the surrounding area.

In what was known as “The Lumber Capital of the World,” guests of our Bangor accommodation who stroll downtown will encounter folkloric lumberjack Paul Bunyan as a towering statue, watching over his hometown. And for fans of living history, there’s Leonard's Mills, a reconstructed logging community.

For travellers ready to launch themselves into the wilderness, adventure is close to your Bangor hotel––don’t miss Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park and nearby Mount Katahdin. A Gulf of Maine excursion also offers whale and puffin spotting! For an interesting look at vehicles of times past, visit the Cole Land Transportation Museum. After a busy day outdoors in Bangor, our hotel’s guests can visit the West Market Square Historic District for shopping or dine on some legendary Maine lobster.

For a cultural jaunt, you can enjoy outdoor concerts, a Penobscot Theatre show or the University of Maine Museum of Art. Comedy, music and more can be found at the Collins Center for the Arts. Whether you’re searching for Stephen King’s home (King is a resident of Bangor), antiques or simply a good time, Bangor offers an enchanting experience.

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