a new seaside icon.
Opened in the 1950s, The Cabana Colony was the first hotel on Nubble Point. Seventy years later, we’ve built just seven, self-contained Shoreside Rooms inspired by the original concept directly into the hillside.
Built with passive design principles, in partnership with NYC-based architect Chris Reynolds, the Shoreside Rooms mimic the rocky shores just feet away and blend into the natural landscape. Joe was inspired by the board-form poured concrete of Oscar Niemeyer's work in Paris — and so we used a similar technique to reflect the woods-meets-sea environment of Maine.
Big, sleek and king-sized — we designed the interiors to feel just as perfect as that view. Each room has a dedicated workspace, spacious seating area, and premium barware. Bathrooms have luxurious showers — choose rain, body jet, or handheld wand — with entirely glass facades, so you can see the view. Plus, privacy shades, of course.
On top of the Shoreside Rooms is a brand new Ceremony Perch with a glass railing for unobstructed wedding views.