We traveled here last Fall anticipating a repeat experience to last year. This time we had an oceanview room. Last year we had a river view room. I found several things unappealing in our ocean view room: The mattresses were extremely soft and spongey. The bathroom was the worse part of the room. It had an unusual entrance down a hallway and the colors were dated, definitely 70's colors. The medicine cabinet was old, the interior very rusty (disgusting). The shower stall lacked a place to put soap or shampoo. It reminded me of the outdoor showers you find at State Campsites.
There was a nice flat screen TV in the room. But one of the lamps was burned out on the dresser. Another concerning fact about the room is it is sunken in below the level of the porch so there are steps you need to navigate to go into or out of the room. Just make sure you leave a light on if you go out after dark!
The porch was very nice in that it is covered so you can be out there rain or shine. You can see part of the surf and the margical walkway and watch people come and go. But there were lots of telephone wires interfering with the view.
The price of our room did not seem so great this time as it seemed like we got worse than what we paid for. Sorry about the bad evaluation but a lot of these problems should be taken care of.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Neptune Inn is conveniently located at Ogunquit Beach, and overlooks the wondrous sights of the ocean, the beach, and the rocky coast. The Neptune Inn offers lodging by the sea, and an unsurpassed location on a sand dune peninsula, with two miles of the finest beach in Maine. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Neptune Hotel Ogunquit
- Neptune Hotel Ogunquit
- The Neptune Inn Ogunquit, Maine