HISTORY COMES ALIVE AT THE HERBERT GRAND HOTEL! Built in 1918 at the gateway to Sugarloaf and Saddleback mountains, the Herbert Grand Hotel was once a gathering spot for Prohibition-era Maine politicians to indulge in women, wine and song. Some of these guests never left and are rumored to haunt the hotel (ask about Room 318). Nearly 100 years later, the Herbert Grand Hotel continues a tradition of providing lodging to snowmobilers, Sugarloaf and Saddleback skiers and snowboarders, hikers, hunters and visitors to the western mountains of Maine. We are the premier hotel near Sugarloaf Mountain and Saddleback Mountain! In 2012, Maine Ghosthunters completed a paranormal investigation of the hotel and confirmed that the Herbert Grand Hotel is a haunted hotel (click HERE to view thier findings).
We are located along the Carrabassett River near Sugarloaf Mountain, an area renowned for its skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, hunting, ATV trails and outdoor recreation.
During the summer, guests enjoy golf on Sugarloaf mountain, hiking Bigelow mountain and the Appalachian Trail, rafting, the Kingfield POPS and canoeing along the Carrabassett River.
Autumn ushers in a scenic splendor as the leaves change colors and the foliage peaks on Sugarloaf and Bigelow mountains.
During winter, the Carrabassett Valley and Sugarloaf and Saddleback mountains enter the ski, snowboard and snowmobile seasons. The Herbert Grand Hotel is near Sugarloaf and Saddleback mountains which provide excellent cross-country skiing, alpine skiing, snowboarding and nordic skiing and the Blackfly Loop, a system of snowmobile trails running throughout Maine. Stay at the Herbert Grand Hotel and discover how affordable a Sugarloaf ski vacation can be!
NEW FOR 2012-2013: OUR WINTER WEEKEND DINE AND STAY PACKAGE!
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