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Kennebunkport addition

Posted by Kari Bodnarchuk  May 27, 2011 07:00 AM

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Kennebunkport’s newest boutique hotel, Tides Beach Club, opens Thursday in a renovated century-old seaside property. The resort blends architectural elements of the historic Victorian building, like original stained-glass windows, with contemporary coastal decor, such as coral lamps and seagrass wallpaper. Many of the hotel’s 21 rooms have ocean views, and all have access to Goose Rocks Beach, a 3-mile expanse of white, sandy coastline. Stays include complimentary breakfast, free bike rentals, and access to a new tree-house spa. Rates: $199 per person, per night, based on double occupancy, through June 23 for Sunday to Thursday stays; $225-$525 for Memorial Day weekend; and $300-$725 for July and August.

207-967-3757, www.tidesbeachclubmaine.com

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