Stayed here for 4 night to visit Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. The outside of the motel is all redone but the inside is very dated. The room itself was very clean but the beds were very worn and uncomfortable. The owner told me they own it for 4 years and are working on redoing the entire place. Apparently bedding is coming soon since there were more pressing issues like a new roof, windows ect. Anyway the small kitchenette we had was adequate to make breakfast and lunch but I am not sure about making dinner since we went out for that every night. The pool is great and the location was fine for what we had planned. I doubt I would stay here again because of the bedding although everything else was fine.
- Also Known As:
- Acadia Pines Hotel Bar Harbor
- Acadia Pines Hotel
- Acadia Pines Motel Bar Harbor, Maine
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set on 6 acres of lawn and trees, just 2 miles before the Hulls CoveVisitor's Center for Acadia National Park, our family owned and operated motel offers 22 clean, affordable,comfortable rooms. Our guests say the eclectic decor gives our rooms a nice homey feel. A place to just relax and enjoy being in Maine. The rooms vary in size from the economy queen unit to a spacious king kitchen. For families we offer the roomy 2 queen bed units with or without a kitchen to the spacious two room kitchen unit. They feature one king, 1 or 2 queen beds and two room units with 1 king and 2 twins, 5 kitchenettes, all rooms have a refrigerator,hair dryer and in-room-coffee, king rooms include a mirowave. The 48 foot ,outdoor pool is open and heated from late June to Labor Day. There are picnic tables, lawn chairs and a gazebo for guest use. There is a woodland path to the property next door to our right which features a restaurant, ice cream shop and general store. Across the street is Pirates Cove Adventure Golf, a 2nd restaurant and gift shop. The Island Explorer Shuttle bus has a scheduled stop right next door. ... more less