We often travel through Maine on business and enjoy finding high quality alternatives to the national hotel chains. The Daniel has all of the amenities, well maintained facilities, friendly and helpful staff and New England hospitality one could ask for at a very reasonable price.
The continental breakfast is very well presented, and the fresh baked muffins, rolls etc are generous and delicious.
We would encourage anyone touring the mid-coast of Maine to try The Daniel!
Traveller from NH
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Pejepscot Museum and Skolfield-Whittier House …More
Good value for a hotel in the Portland area. Kids loved the outdoor pool. Staff was friendly. Room was clean and comfortable. Had a great night sleep.
Breakfast had a good variety - eggs, sausage, yogurt, fruit, cereal, toast
Downside - smoking area is right outside the front entrance. Smoking at the pool.
Traveller from New England
This family-friendly Portland hotel is located near the airport, within 3 mi (5 km) of Joker's Family Fun and Games …More
The owner and staff were really helpful and accommodating, went out of their way, and were excellent hosts. While just your basic Days Inn, it was perfectly fine and a great deal (with updated, pretty bedspreads!).
Situated in Brunswick, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Thomas Point Beach, Pickard Theater, and First Parish Church …More
stayed 3 nights and enjoyed my stay. staff was very courteous and helpful, close enough to everything in Portland Maine. Facilities are adequate and clean. I would recommend to others for a stay in Portland Maine.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Maine Mall and Sable Oaks Golf Course. Nonesuch River Golf …More
Main Street’s historic buildings house upscale outlet shops and Freeport’s own L.L. Bean which is open 24 hours. Patrons dine while learning about Maine’s history at Jameson Tavern, the birthplace of Maine. Hikers enjoy coastal views at Wolfe’s Neck Woods and sunbathers find their way to Winslow Park’s beach on Casco Bay. At the Desert of Maine visitors learn what overproduction does to fertile farmland.