Excellent Anniversary weekend to an area we hadn’t visited for a while. Our choice for the Inn was a great one. All the staff were very friendly and all smiles. It was a busy place but had no problems with the service.
The Inn is beautiful and very clean. The continental breakfast was fabulous they had something for everyone. The staff is engaging and helpful. They even have laundry facilities! You won't be sorry if you stay at Acadia Inn.
Hotel was clean, rooms were clean, staff was friendly. Breakfast was included and they had a good variety. Everything seemed to be outdated, maybe that the style in a old town? Overall I would stay again, but not for more than off season prices
This is my second time staying at the Acadia Inn and I couldn't be happier! The staff is friendly and helpful, the amenities are perfect for a guest spending their time in both Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, and the location is perfect! Super close to downtown and minutes from the park. Shuttles do not run this time of year (end of October) so plan accordingly!
My husband and i enjoyed our stay. Rooms were clean, staff were friendly and helpful, and great location. They served a delicious healthy breakfast each morning. Even had a movie night including popcorn. We would highly recommend staying at The Acadia Inn.
The Acadia Inn is the perfect place to stay when visiting Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Rooms are clean and comfy, the staff is great and the breakfast is one of best we have had in our travels. The location is perfect. I highly recommend Acadia Inn.
This is a smaller hotel that is in great shape and was very clean. Staff was hospitable and friendly. Everything worked perfectly and we slept very comfortably. We even spotted 2 deer on the side of the property in the morning. It was a great experience.
Rooms were nice but could use an update in the bathrooms. Could have slept better with a better quality pillow. Most importantly, I know its not for everyone but I believe you need to invest in a NICE covered outdoor area in back to enjoy cocktail and cigar!!!!!
The Acadia Inn did not disappoint. Rooms were clean and neat. Continental breakfast was substantial. Location was excellent and easy to get from there to everywhere. Staff was super helpful. I would stay there again.
My wife and I went for 3 days in October. As October is the high season for leaf peeping, the prices are higher than usual. But I always look at the value received versus the price paid. They only had a suite which included a separate living room and bath beside the bedroom. The room was fine and the bathrooms as well. Though, for almost $300 per night, I expected a bathrobe, some cheap slippers and perhaps some toiletries like toothbrush and toothpaste. None of the above was there. More surprisingly, there was no microwave oven. One has to go downstairs to the breakfast area to use a microwave. The staff was friendly, though one of the two gentlemen at reception was a bit cold every time I was there. He belongs in the back room rather than reception. Especially for a place that charges almost $300/ night! The main gripe I have however was that they serve up the cheapest, most “plastic” breakfast possible. There was absolutely no healthy food to eat for a person that takes nutrition seriously. Many items were wrapped in plastic. Muffins that have more oil in them than my car engine. Pastries as well. Pre-prepared egg omelettes and cheese, Pork Sausages, pre-packaged waffles etc. Even the bagels were the plainest ones I’ve seen in a long time. There was OJ from a container. The only “real” food were the bananas and apples. Even the maple syrup had no actual syrup. It was all various sugars and chemicals. The bread was “white” and “wheat”. No “whole wheat”. (There’s a big difference). I could go on and on with every single food offered. The fruit salad was from a bottle and swimming in sugary syrup. So if I wanted to get overweight and diabetes and/or heart disease, I’d be fine. Why am I complaining so much about breakfast? Because they charged me almost $300 per night and for that price, I think it’s reasonable to expect a decent breakfast. I’ve traveled all over the world and for $300/night, I’d get made-order-breakfast and service fit for a king in most places. If I get that type of food and service, then I’m happy to pay it. Had breakfast been on par with the price, then I’d have given the property 4 stars. Since many parts of the hotel were dated and not all services were running (like the park shuttle bus), it could not have gotten 4 stars. In conclusion, breakfast not withstanding, it’s a decent hotel. They just have to bring up breakfast a few levels, or reduce the prices by $100-$150 per night! Howard S.…