Built in 1881 to safely house sailors while on shore, The Society Hotel now serves as a refuge for Portland travelers. Accommodations come in three forms, offering a room for every type of guest. Bunkhouses give you the total hostel experience with custom-made triple decker bunks, lockers, a kitchen area, and a community table. Those looking for a more intimate sleeping arrangement, but still want the social element, can opt for a private room with a shared bath, while total seclusion comes in the form of a private suite. The lobby plays host to the hotel’s cafe serving the finest coffee, beer, and wine from around the region.
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