Maine green hotels and inns offer seaside luxury

Green hotels inns, and lodgings in Maine practice conservation of power and water, use natural plantings, and recycle, to be kind to the environment. These seaside hotels are ideal for vacations and business meetings.
Exterior Fall View - Bar Harbor Grand Hotel - Bar Harbor, ME
Bar Harbor Grand Hotel

269 Main Street Bar Harbor, ME, 04609 Phone: 207-288-5226 Toll-Free: 888-766-2529

Convenient, classic hotel in Bar Harbor offers charging stations for electric vehicles

The Bar Harbor Grand, in the delightful coastal town of Bar Harbor, wants you to get charged up about your Maine vacation. And to help, they offer three options for electric-vehicle charging: 50 and 30 AMP RV style stations and one 20 AMP household style station. But you won’t need your car to explore Bar Harbor, since the hotel is in-town, close to shops, restaurants, galleries and other attractions. Access to Acadia National Park is also close by, for those seeking that magnificent park’s breathtaking views along hiking and biking trails. The Grand’s 71 rooms are spacious, each with a refrigerator, high-end bedding and free wifi. Other amenities include a heated pool, complete fitness center, grab-and-go continental breakfasts and a welcoming front porch.
Aerial View - Nonantum Resort - Kennebunkport, ME
Nonantum Resort

95 Ocean Avenue Kennebunkport, ME, 04046 Phone: 207-967-4050 Toll-Free: 800-552-5651

Caring about the environment comes naturally to this coastal family resort

A commitment to being a good steward of Maine’s precious coastal environmental comes naturally to The Nonantum Resort, which has been given gold status by Tripadvisor as one of its “Green Leaders.” The celebrated family resort on the Kennebunk River is a leader in green practices from recycling its plastic to providing electric car charging stations to growing all-organic vegetables and herbs on its property. The resort also has a green housekeeping initiative, crediting guests for every day they decline housekeeping services. Certified by Maine’s Department of Environmental Protection as an environmental leader, the resort also has water conservation programs, uses environmentally preferable cleaners and has plantings that help to sustain bees and monarch butterflies. The resort does not take its beautiful location for granted.
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