Bangor Airport Hotel Four Points by Sheraton Bangor Provides A Convenient Gateway to Maine Attractions, Museums and Scenic Coastline

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The closest of Bangor airport hotels to the Bangor International Airport, the Four Points by Sheraton Bangor Airport boasts a prime location for travelers to experience Maine

Four Points by Sheraton Bangor Airport, Maine, welcomes guests to Maine as the closest hotel to the Bangor International Airport via a climate controlled skywalk.

Bangor airport hotel, the Four Points by Sheraton Bangor Airport, Maine, welcomes guests to Maine as the closest hotel to the Bangor International Airport via a climate controlled skywalk. The 111 room newly renovated Bangor hotel’s location provides a convenient gateway for visitors planning a Maine vacation getaway. The full-service award winning hotel offers the ideal home base for your holiday being just a 50 minute drive to the Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park region and the scenic Maine coastline as well as a short hour from Mt. Katahdin/Baxter State Park area. If your plans include exploring the local area near the Bangor hotel, you will not be disappointed with the unique shopping at the Waterfront Specialty Shops or a visit to the Maine Discovery Museum or to Maine’s most well-known author, Stephen King’s, home.

If a weekend getaway or the ever popular staycation is on the agenda, the Four Points by Sheraton Bangor Airport offers packages including the handy Park N’ Fly for those travelling out of Bangor International Airport. Accommodations booked from $109/night plus tax include free parking for 7 days while rates from $119/night plus tax offers 14 days of complimentary parking. The hassle-free special parking package makes parking at Bangor airport a welcomed convenience for busy travellers.

Bangor, Maine comes alive each summer with the August 27-29, 2010 multicultural world of music and dance at the American Folk Festival held in downtown Bangor on the waterfront. “The Festival attracts over 75,000 attendees each year from New England, Canada and indeed the world,” says Vivian Cammack, General Manager of the Four Points by Sheraton Bangor Airport. ”The Festival is the highlight of the year when we are able to share our fabulous city and all it has to offer with the world.” As well, from July to mid-October, Maine hosts 25 agricultural fairs known as the best educational opportunity you can offer your entire family with many fairs held close to the Four Points, popular amongst Bangor Maine hotels.

Unique to Bangor is the Maine Troop Greeters organization, whose members are on hand to personally welcome home or send off US troops at the Bangor International Airport. On March 31, 2010, the Maine Troop Greeters will celebrate an incredible accomplishment as they commemorate their millionth troop met at the Bangor International Airport. The Sheraton plays host to not only many military troops, but also to Bangor government business leaders or Bangor conference delegates.

For more information on the Four Points by Sheraton Bangor Airport Hotel, visit http://www.fourpointsbangorairport.com

About the Four Points by Sheraton Bangor Airport:
The gateway to Maine, the Four Points by Sheraton Bangor Airport is conveniently connected to the Bangor International Airport via a covered walkway. The newly renovated 111 room hotel features redesigned homestead guest rooms, comfortable beds, complimentary high speed internet, 24 hour business centre, pool and fitness centre and 4,800 sq. ft. of meeting space suitable for Bangor meetings or a special Bangor wedding. Godfrey’s Grille is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with Godfrey’s Lounge featuring an extensive wine selection in a welcoming atmosphere with fireplace and large flat screen television. Close to the Bangor hotel is the University of Maine, the Bangor Auditorium, Husson University, key government offices and the shopping district. Acadia National Park in Bar Harbour is a close one hour drive.

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