Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Portland, Portland Regency Hotel & Spa is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Portland Regency Hotel & Spa makes it easy to enjoy the best of Portland.
Portland Regency Hotel & Spa is a romantic hotel offering a flat screen TV and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features room service and a concierge. Plus, guests can enjoy a fitness center and breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Portland. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Commercial Street (0.1 mi) and Harbor Fish Market (0.1 mi) make Portland Regency Hotel & Spa a great place to stay when visiting Portland.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to The Holy Donut, BamBam Bakery, or Bard Coffee, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Portland Regency Hotel & Spa.
If you’re looking for something to do, Old Port (0.1 mi), Portland Museum of Art (0.5 mi), and Victoria Mansion (0.6 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Portland Regency Hotel & Spa.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Portland Regency Hotel & Spa is sure to make your visit to Portland one worth remembering.
I don't write reviews often but feel compelled to do so. We are staying here two times. One night at the beginning of a Backroads trip and one night at the end. On the second stay I am feeling the same way. This hotel does not even compare to the others we have stayed at this week. There is a room refrigerator with no water. There is a soda machine on the 3rd floor with a sign that says out of order. The lobby has coffee and tea until 11am because there are not machines in the room. After that the table in the lobby is completely cleaned off. No water or anything. Not welcoming or hospitable. It is noticeable that management has not responded to any of the comments here.
Every interaction I participated in or observed between hotel staff and hotel guests was ROUGH. Staff behind the desk seem annoyed people have chosen to spend their money here. They were at various times either rude, patronizing, completely disengaged and I actually overheard several catty conversations among staff behind the desk in which they were talking about hotel guests right in front of other hotel guests. Several people in line clocked it. Even making basics calls down for extra towels or wine glasses made you feel as if you were REALKY putting the staff out by needing anything. Hosts also knew very little about the area - or maybe they did but were just very annoyed to be asked. Valets were lovely, but all in all I’d say: If you don’t care about feeling welcome, it’s an okay place to spend a few nights. If customer service is important to your experience, stay far away from this hotel.…
I can't say enough the friendly, efficient, accommodating, and courteous staff, especially the valet service, on which we relied multiple times between check-in and check-out. The location is great for access to the shopping, dining, and sightseeing at the waterfront a couple of blocks away. (The only caveat is that the two blocks are rather steep, so that the climb may be difficult for some visitors. The waterfront hotels might be advisable in that case. But you can always stop and shop to catch your breath!) However, we were rather disappointed in our room. I checked the website description and, to be sure, we were not promised anything that we found missing. But these days one expects a desk at which to write, use a computer, and eat. I know that we were in the old part of the hotel, but I think that a desk could be exchanged for the long, fairly useless piece of furniture under the TV. There was a small (c. 18" x 18") table at child's table height, with a hassock under it, which might not allow enough room for some adults' thighs to fit under the table. There was a stuffed chair with an ottoman which I suppose could serve as a low table if you perched on the edge of the chair. As it was, we ate our room service dinner sitting cross-legged on our beds. (Note to kitchen: how about sending two trays with any two meals to "deluxe" rooms, so we'd have some resistance when we try to cut meat on our beds?) …
Easy to get to. Downtown Portland is a very busy place in the summer so travel is a bit slow. A bit pricey as well but again being in the old section of Portland during peak season usually generates higher charges. Our room was clean and quiet. Staff were very attentive and helpful. I would have given it an excellent rating save for the breakfast. We paid extra for the bed and breakfast package and had the eggs benedict. It was rather bland, chewy and not hot. My sense was it had been premade, rewarmed and then served. Neither one of us finished the meal.
Wonderful hotel with exceptional service. The location near the waterfront was perfect. Parking is $25 a night, which at the price we paid, seemed a bit pricey. Room was large and beds were comfortable. The restaurant was fine for breakfast. Nice bar and also an outside bar/restaurant. The main reason to stay here is the location.
The hotel is in a perfect location right in the middle of Old Port. Short walks to stores, restaurants, bars and the waterfront. No need for a car once checked in. Staff was attentive and amenities were good. The price is competitive within the area. We got a discount for the AAA rate. I think it was $380 per night. Our room was spacious and clean. The hotel is in a historic old building. While our room was very clean which is top priority, it was worn. The walls and doors could be repainted and the bathrooms could be updated a bit. The AC was good but loud. Even with the wear and tear, we would stay again for the location and service.
They failed to check the room and so the alarm clock went off at TOP VOLUME at 6 a.m. on Sunday morning. When I mentioned it to the front desk, they shrugged and said, "oh someone should have checked that." Then I went to grab a coffee in the lobby, and it was lukewarm. When I mentioned that they said they'd get fresh coffee, but brought back stale, lukewarm coffee. The room had no desk or even a good surface to set up a computer, and the HVAC system was NOISY no matter what we did--we turned off the air during an 89=degree day, but still it was very noisy and then hot and noisy.
The Portland Regency Hotel is just a Days Inn in an old, historic building. The location is really the best feature of this hotel. The rooms are clean and average (I stayed in two different ones due to a change of travel plans) and the staff is sort of friendly in a limited, New Englander way. I would probably stay elsewhere next time I visit Portland.
The front desk staff was very nice and the room was comfortable but... At $450/night I expect the TV to work, something better than plastic bathroom accessories, the TINIEST toileties I've ever seen at a hotel (no shampoo, just a bar of soap and enough body lotion for maybe one leg), a little soundproofing and at least free parking or breakfast. The luxury promotion of this hotel is not what you get. The toilets flushing in other rooms sound like jet engines. All of this could be overlocked of the cust wasn't so ridiculous. I expect what we got from a chain. I spent more expecting more.
This hotel is in the heart of it all. While walking around we saw other hotels that we had viewed when planning this trip & we were so happy that we chose this one. It is a beautiful historic hotel with so much charm. I can’t say enough about the staff here. The valet, reception desk, lounge (The Armory), and housekeeping staff were all incredibly attentive & service was impeccable! We ate dinner in The Armory from Eighteen95 (hotel restaurant) and the food was excellent as well! They even have a bourbon bar decorated with beautiful leather chairs and couches with a fireplace to relax while enjoying your drink. The icing on the cake in the bourbon bar is Liz. She is so knowledgeable about the different types of bourbon & is so funny and sweet. We enjoyed her so much in the evenings while winding down from our day. The Portland Regency will not disappoint!!!!…