Presentation on theme: "The Eastland Park Hotel A Glorious Past. A Magnificent Future."— Presentation transcript:
The Eastland Park Hotel A Glorious Past. A Magnificent Future.
History… From the Collections of the Maine Historical Society: Construction plans for Portlands newest high-rise hotel were announced in 1925. The hotel was conceived and built by Portlands visionary hotelier, Henry P. Rines, who also owned and operated the Congress Square Hotel. The new hotel, which cost $2 million, was connected to the Congress Square Hotel, forming the largest hotel north of New York. The Hotel was designed by local architect Herbert Rhodes and included 241 guest rooms and apartments. Construction of the twelve-story hotel was completed in 15 months and featured a brick, limestone and plaster exterior with steel casement windows. A name-the-new-hotel contest was held, with $100 in gold awarded to Portland resident C.E. Weeks for his entry, The Eastland.
Guest Room Amenities… Each of our 202 fully renovated guest rooms feature: High-speed wireless Internet access Cable TV/Pay movies Plush mattresses and bedding triple sheeted with Egyptian cotton Coffee maker Hair dryer Iron and ironing board Well lit work desk Our Preferred Level upgrade offers all of the above plus daily continental breakfast in 157 Cafe & Bar and cocktails at Top of the East, our rooftop lounge. All Preferred Level rooms are located on the top two floors of the hotel.
Meetings & Function Space… The Eastland Park Hotel Portland has a combined total of 18,000 square feet of conference rooms and function space to accommodate up to 500 people. Our classic ballroom, with crystal chandeliers and wall sconces, features a gracious balcony overlooking the main ballroom floor. We also have 13 rooms available to host a variety of meetings or functions and warm, friendly staff ready to assist you with all of your planning needs. Complimentary access to business center is always available. Function Spaces Room Chart
Dining… 157 Café & Bar The menu is designed around "upscale pub food and features local seasonal offerings. The same menu is available for lunch and dinner. Room service is available seven days a week from 7am to 10pm. Menus: All Day Menu Breakfast MenuAll Day MenuBreakfast Menu Top of the East For generations the Top of the East, at the Eastland Park Hotel, has been the place to be in Portland. The Top of the East features occasional live Jazz entertainment. Experience the sophisticated ambiance of the city's only rooftop lounge, providing sweeping views of Casco Bay and the Portland Skyline. Happy Hour 4 pm - 6 pm Monday through Friday Open 4 pm - 12 midnight Sunday through Wednesday, and 4 pm - 1 am Thursday through Saturday
Local Attractions… Interesting Attractions (click for link) Portland Museum of Art located across the street Portland Stage Theater DownEast Duck Shipyard Brewing Company Southworth Planetarium Gulf of Maine Aquarium Center for Cultural Exchange Portland Events The State Theatre The Cumberland County Civic Center Portland Symphony Orchestra 'Food in Portland' - Area Dining Guide Children's Museum of Maine Portland Public Market Greater Portland Landmarks The Farnsworth - Art Museum and Wyeth CenterThe Farnsworth - Art Museum and Wyeth Center Back Bay Walking Trails with views of the harbor Located at The Eastland Park Hotel: 157 High Cafe & Bar Top of the East -- Portland's only rooftop lounge Access to Harmon's & Barton's Flowers Mayan Designs Gift Shop Massage Medicine Complimentary fitness and business centers
Contact Us… 157 High Street, Portland, Maine 04101 Telephone: 207.775.5411 Fax:207.775.1066 Toll Free: 888.671.8008 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org@eastlandparkhotel.com For more information please visit our web site at www.eastlandparkhotel.com