The Hotel Crypt

The boutique Inn at the Agora is a transformed church, which offers its guests a particularl unique experience - the chance to sleep in the underground crypt that once held the remains of a priest for over 100 years.

In 1907, Father Wallace, the first priest of St. Patrick's Church (Lewiston, Maine) was laid to rest in the crypt below the church's mortuary chapel. After transforming the church into a hotel (and removing Wallace's remains), the crypt now serves as a hotel room for (brave) guests.

The crpyt features a specially-made double coffin for the guests to sleep, and with the exepction of a few 'homely' additions (including a LCD TV and a selection of 60 classic horror films), remains in it's original state.