by Amanda Geronikos
The Hampton Inn Freeport/Brunswick is a reliable hotel for families vacationing in Freeport, Maine. It offers complimentary breakfast, an indoor pool, fitness center and free Wi-Fi. Simple, yet modern guestrooms are equipped with mini-fridges, coffeemakers and microwaves. Bonus: Check-out isn’t until noon! The hotel is located just 1 mile from downtown Freeport.
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I often chose Hampton Inn for its nice beds, good cost and breakfast. I was let down at this location. We often stay in Portland but our regular spots were booked up and we landed here. Next time we'll drive on and find a spot farther along in Maine.
We turned on the heater, which smelled burnt and was clearly broken.
The air quality, especially after trying the heater, was so bad that my mother and I both had headaches throughout the evening and upon leaving in the morning. (We aren't usually prone to headaches.) We drove with the windows down and cleared up over the morning after we left.
Breakfasts are usually a nice feature at Hampton Inn but here it wasn't up to their standard. Instead of individual yogurts, its was a big open bowl. We looked around and left without eating.
I will say, great parking.
Excellent location. Right near to highway and easy access to shopping in town.
great staff at the front desk.
Honestly, if it hadn't have been for the heater/air situation, I'd have rated it much better.
We tried this after having tried pricier places in Freeport. While it is a short car ride from downtown, it was a very good alternative at a lower price. Bed was comfortable. Room was spotlessly clean. Bathroom was well designed and very comfortable to use. The room was somewhat small, especially compared to other Hampton Inns. Breakfast buffet was well stocked with a lot of things, but not as many choices as at some Hampton Inns. Layouts of the buffet and the tables did not have good flow, and there were repeated bottlenecks and delays. It felt crowded even with just a few people and was not a particularly welcoming space.