Camden Harbour Inn unveils Maine's Most Luxurious Suites
For Immediate Release
July 12, 2012
Gillian Britt, 207-775-2126
Camden Harbour Inn Unveils Maine’s Most Luxurious Suites
CAMDEN, Maine – The Camden Harbour Inn is proud to announce the addition of two new luxury suites – the Royal Dutch and the Surinam. Taking the title of the most luxurious and expensive suites in Maine, the new suites offer private balconies with stunning views of Camden harbor, high-end, designer furniture and modern conveniences with the comforts of home.
The Camden Harbour Inn has made its mark by offering European-style luxury within an historical New England landmark. The new suites take this concept to the next level by providing a chic European oasis in the heart of mid-coast Maine.
The Royal Dutch Suite is a luxurious and spacious one-bedroom suite – offering more than 800 sq. ft., including a separate living room with skylight, bathroom, powder room and a ‘his and hers’ walk in closet. Upon entering the suite, guests are invited into a stylish and relaxing living room outfitted with a fireplace, flat screen TV, Mitchell Gold furniture and beautiful art, including commissioned works by Maine artist Jonathon Lawrence.
The bathroom in the Royal Dutch Suite has a double side fireplace that looks into the bedroom and a 32-inch flat screen TV. The bathroom also features Bisazza Mosaic glass tiles and a Kartell Bloom crystal chandelier.
The Royal Dutch can be connected to the room next door, creating a two-bedroom suite.
Not to be outdone, the 600 sq. ft. Surinam Suite features high-end European décor combined with the richness of modern New England design. The one-bedroom suite boasts a fireplace, three flat screen TVs, Mitchell Gold furniture, and a private balcony with slight views towards Penobscot Bay.
Both grand suites feature private balconies, king size 4 inch feather beds, iPads, Bose Sound Docking System with an iPod Nano loaded with music, flat screen TV's with BlueRay DVD players, a Sony Clock Radio with CD Player and docking station in addition to a Designer Illy Espresso Maker by Francis Francis and a wet bar with a fully stocked mini refrigerator.
The spa bathroom in each suite features an UltraBain Therapeutic Air Bath, a traditional sauna, steam shower and rain shower, well-lit make-up mirrors, double sinks and soft terrycloth robes.
Raymond Brunyanszki, owner and lead designer of the new suites a the Camden Harbour Inn, said, “Our new suites perfectly capture the essence of what the Camden Harbour Inn is known for – a European-style urban design paired with the beauty of New England design. We’re proud to offer travelers the most luxurious and high-end accommodations in Maine, while staying true to the real star - the beautiful backdrop of Camden’s iconic harbor and coastline.”
Formerly Innkeeper’s quarters, the new suites were completed in June 2012. Camden Harbour Inn offers 20 spacious guest rooms including 6 luxury suites, all with views of Penobscot Bay or Camden harbor and the mountains. For more information, visit www.camdenharbourinn.com.
About Camden Harbour Inn and Natalie’s:
The nationally acclaimed Camden Harbour Inn consistently receives praise from publications such as Departures, Travel & Leisure, National Geographic Traveler, Yankee Magazine and Dispatches for its world-class service and amenities and unparalleled views. Awarded among “51 favorite splurges in the world” by Sherman’s Travel, the Inn attracts an upscale clientele who return often to experience one of New England’s most tranquil, inspired and treasured settings.
The Inn’s on-premise restaurant, Natalie’s, has been called the finest gourmet eatery in Maine and was awarded Best French Restaurant in New England by opentable.com. Executive Chef Geoffroy Deconinck was nominated by Food & Wine for The People's Choice Best Chef Award in 2011 and 2012. Deconinck has cooked for politicians, musicians and Hollywood stars including the President of Iceland, John Legend, Alice Tan Ridley, BabyFace, BoyzIIMen and Huey Lewis.
Natalie’s offers modern French cuisine with an emphasis on Maine seafood. The Wine Spectator-honored wine list features more than 250 specialty wines. The restaurant serves a four course Lobster Tasting menu in the summer and fall, in addition to extensive a la carte offerings and a Chef’s Tasting menu.
The Inn and Natalie’s have both earned the prestigious AAA Four Diamond Award and the Inn is a member of Condé Nast Johansens.