Bar Harbor Inn Review
TripAdvisor Rating: 376 Family Reviews
7 Newport Drive, Bar Harbor ME 04609
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- Great view of Maine's rugged shoreline
- Fresh baked cookies and hot chocolate/coffee in the main lobby
- Walking to the pick of restaurants surrounding the hotel in Bar Harbor
Editor’s Review of Bar Harbor Inn
It's hard not to be dazzled by the variety of scenery at Acadia. The only mountains on the East Coast, vast pockets of forest, the Atlantic ... more Ocean, even a landlocked fjord all add to the allure. You'll want to spend as much time as the kids can muster outdoors. Rent bikes and try the 43-mile network of carriage path trails, narrow hard-packed gravel paths that line the entire eastern half of Mount Desert Island. Or grab a canoe and paddle the largest body of water in the park, Long Pond. Of course, all around you are a vast network of hiking trails from the ones that skirt Jordan Pond to the Ocean Path that lines the rugged shoreline of the mid-Maine coast.
After climbing mountains and biking in the woods all day, it's nice to pamper yourselves in civilization during the late afternoon and night. The Bar Harbor Inn does its best to make guests feel like lords of the manor. Don't miss the freshly baked cookies in the main lobby in the afternoon. Then retreat to your room and that heavenly deck to watch all the boats going in and out of the harbor. In front of you is the Shore Path, a walking trail that's wonderful any time of day, with large Bald Porcupine Island looming in the background. Arguably, the best part of the Bar Harbor Inn is that you're in easy walking distance of all the restaurants and shops that line Bar Harbor. less
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RoomsThe resort is split into 50 rooms in the Main Inn, an additional 64 rooms in the Oceanfront Lodge, and 38 guest rooms in the Newport Building. We hit the jackpot with room 312 in the Oceanfront Lodge. Sure, the two queen beds, refrigerator, shower with large head, and flat-screen television were all perfectly suitable. But then you open up that screen door and there's a balcony with glorious views of the seaweed-laden rocky shoreline and lobstermen picking up their traps as they motor by. At night, we kept the screen door open to get the salty air and sounds of the waves rushing ashore. Spend the extra money and make sure your room has a balcony or patio with an ocean view!
Continental breakfast is included in the price of the room and features blueberry yogurt, muffins, granola, cereal, English muffins, hard-boiled eggs, fresh fruit, coffee and juice. We also took full advantage of the fresh-baked oatmeal raisin and gingersnap cookies, served with coffee and hot chocolate every afternoon in the lobby of the Main Inn. The only irritation was paying for the use of WiFi in the room. This should be a free service.