Brunswick, Maine – The Inn at Brunswick Station opened it’s doors to guests on Monday June 27, 2011 offering guests contemporary accommodation and classic New England dining in the heart of downtown Brunswick, in Maine’s picturesque Midcoast, announced the inn’s General Manager Rick Martin.
final touches are in place and we are looking forward to welcoming
the Inn and Tavern,” said Martin, “We are excited to be a part of the
Brunswick’s vibrant community.”
public is invited to attend a ribbon cutting ceremony at The Inn at
Station on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 1:00 PM. The event is
coordinated by the Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber of Commerce and the
Brunswick Downtown Association. Light refreshments will be served
hotel staff will be offering tours of the property.
The Inn at Brunswick Station
Balancing a contemporary yet nostalgic take on comfortable
accommodations and classic New England dining, The Inn at Brunswick
located adjacent to Bowdoin College on the corner of Maine and Noble
in downtown Brunswick, a quintessential college town. The inn's 52
and suites, function space and tavern blend local history with modern
to retain a true sense of place for visitors to Maine's beautiful
designed by Arrowstreet (Somerville, MA), an award-winning
The Inn at Brunswick Station is perfectly situated to
area's most popular gathering spot located
just steps from
downtown shopping, outdoor recreation
and the diverse offerings of Bowdoin's campus.
incorporates a celebration of Brunswick life and culture over the
something that's important to developer
and Bowdoin alum J.
Hilary Rockett, Jr. His attachment to both the town and college is
the inn's design features and pre-construction recycling efforts.
from the Brunswick Historical Society tracking the town's history will
inn walls. During the demolition phase, Habitat for Humanity/7 Rivers
(Bath, ME) and Building Materials Exchange (Lisbon, ME) benefited
recycling appliances, doors, windows, floors, woodwork and
copper. A local
stone mason, Cosmic Stone (Topsham, ME), salvaged foundation granite to
benches for nearby public spaces.
inn's decor integrates natural wood against a neutral palette with warm
tones and touches of Bowdoin's black and white school colors. The
guest rooms feature king and queen beds with luxury linens and crisp
bedding. Amenities include flat screen TVs and complimentary wired and
inn's tavern will serve classic New England fare and will be
breakfast, lunch and dinner inside, or al fresco
on the generous patio and covered porch. Weddings, meetings and
events for up to 150 guests will be accommodated in a state-of-the-art
space or on the tented patio in warm weather.
the umbrella of JHR Development, LLC, Rockett is working to
Brunswick Station, the mixed-use project that includes the inn.
Station, located on Station Avenue, includes retail shops,
and medical facilities, the Bowdoin College Store, and the
Station stop for Maine Eastern Railroad. This stop will see Amtrak
by 2012 as part of the high-speed rail expansion program. The hope
that the project will stimulate regional economic development
was underscored by comments made by Vice President Biden in a
February 8, 2011 address in Philadelphia. The Vice President noted
economic impact extended rail service brings, and referred specifically
new investment projects underway in Brunswick.
at Brunswick Station will be managed by Olympia Hotel Management, a
management company based in Portland, Maine dedicated to delivering
guest experiences with attentive but relaxed personalized service.
26 miles from Portland and the International airport, 126 miles from
10 miles from L.L. Bean and Freeport shopping, The Inn at Brunswick
easily reached by car, rail or air.
The hotel’s website is www.innatbrunswickstation.com