Olympia adds Maine resort to management portfolio

Point Lookout offers more than 40,000 square feet of conference space. Photo credit: Point Lookout Resort and Conference Center

Olympia Hotel Management is assuming management of Point Lookout Resort and Conference Center in Northport, Maine. The new owner of Point Lookout is Deep Creek Grazing Association, led by principals David and Tami Hirschfeld.

“The Hirschfelds look forward to welcoming new and returning guests to Point Lookout,” says Matthew Arrants, EVP/Pinnacle Advisory Group, on behalf of Deep Creek Grazing Association. “They are devoted to the region and deeply committed to the resort’s employees. As Maine residents, they intend to be good stewards of this remarkable property. It’s why they reached out to a Maine-based company like Olympia Hotel Management for their hospitality and operational expertise.”

For Portland-based Olympia, Point Lookout is a welcome opportunity to partner with another iconic property in its home state.

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“We’re thrilled to take over the management of Point Lookout,” says Sara Masterson, SVP/Olympia. “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.”

The resort offers 106 classic Maine pine log cabins that range from one to three bedrooms, each of them with a private screened porch, a fully equipped kitchenette or kitchen, living and dining areas, gas fireplaces, air-conditioning, wireless high-speed Internet access, cable TV, telephone and private bathrooms.

There is a state-of-the-art fitness center; a gymnasium; tennis, racquetball and squash courts; an eight-lane bowling alley; a foosball and video game arcade; billiards; sports fields, an 18-hole disc golf course and hiking trails.

Point Lookout offers more than 40,000 square feet of conference space.

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