• Maine's Point Lookout Resort & Conference Center Welcomes New Owners and Management

     
    POSTED March 21, 2019
     

    Photo courtesy Point Lookout Resort & Conference Center

    Photo courtesy Point Lookout Resort & Conference Center

Point Lookout Resort & Conference Center, located in Northport, Maine, will be managed by Olympia Hotel Management and owned by Deep Creek Grazing Association. Based in Portland, Olympia Hotel Management will be adding the 387-acre property overlooking Penobscot Bay to its list of award-winning hotels that it currently manages.

“We’re thrilled to take over the management of Point Lookout,” says Sara Masterson, Senior Vice President of Olympia Hotel Management. “We have a deep and lasting commitment to the state of Maine and this remarkable coastal property aligns perfectly with our expertise in managing outstanding properties that play an integral role in the local community.”

Point Lookout Resort & Conference center is a picturesque spot for weddings, meetings and events, family reunions and other coastal adventures. The property boasts 40,000 square feet of conference space spread among three buildings. It is located at 67 Atlantic Highway, Northport, Maine.

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