Ogunquit Maine Standard Hotel Rooms
Standard Rooms Include:
Our Standard room can accommodate 2 adults and 2 children which includes your choice of 1 King Bed or 2 Full Beds or 1 Queen and 1 Full bed, activity table, full bath, small refrigerator, color cable TV and individual climate control. This room can be adjoined to any of our Deluxe rooms.
• Large Room, 360 Square Feet of Living Space
• Choice of 1 King Bed or 2 Full Beds or 1 Queen and 1 Full bed
• Individual Climate Control Heat/AC
• Wireless Internet
• AM/FM Radio Alarm Clock
• Remote Control, Color Cable TV
• Free Local & Long Distance Calling in US, Canada, and Puerto Rico
• Small Refrigerator/Freezer
• Private Full Bath, Hair Dryer, Complimentary Shampoo & Soap
• Activity Table for 2
• Resort in Room Directory
We are within walking distance to all Ogunquit has to offer, and located directly across from the Ogunquit Playhouse. Our guest amenities include: Free Wifi • Large Indoor Heated Pool • Outdoor Pool • Covered Decks And Sitting Areas • BBQ Picnic Area • Our lobby Offers A Coin Operated Laundry, Soda Machine, Iron and Ironing Board and Discount Area Attraction Brochures.
We have all the amenities you would expect in an Ogunquit Maine hotel resort. The Ogunquit trolley stops right here and takes you to Ogunquit Village, the Marginal Way, Ogunquit Beach, shops, restaurants and all the fun and activities of Ogunquit.
Ogunquit began to lure fine artists in the late 1880’s, when they stumbled upon the artist’s paradise of Perkins Cove, which was then a small picturesque inlet with colorful, sturdy New England sailing dories and weathered fish shacks. By the end of the 19th century, Ogunquit had become a well-established artist colony. You can experience our art colony today at the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, praised as “…the most beautiful small museum in the world.” Perched high above the rocks in Narrow Cove where artists used to congregate, the Museum’s all-glass east wall looks dramatically out over an expanse of ocean. The lawn is dressed with whimsical, oversized wood sculptures and a small pond where butterflies gather. Additionally, Ogunquit offers a profusion of galleries, many still in Perkins Cove, where fine original art can be viewed and purchased.