We stayed in the Ogunquit Resort Motel suites for 3 nights in July 2005. While we didn't hate it, we didn't love it either. I'm sure there are better values out there, but read our review and decide for yourself.
Our suite was nicely appointed with a nice sized living area, a huge full kitchen and a nice sized bedroom with a big bed. There was a pullout futon in the sitting area. There was an air conditioner in both rooms, which was extra nice since it was so bloody hot in New England when we visited. There was a nice big salt water swimming pool and a big hot tub. Maid service was timely and they did a good job. We got free HBO movie channels, and it was nice to curl up on the "couch" and watch movies at night. The trolley stops right outside, and if you are hungry, there is a pizza parlor right under the suites.
For $200.00 a night, you think they would provide a better "continental" breakfast than a paltry selection of muffins, pastries and doughnuts. There was orange juice and milk provided, but all they gave you was a tiny dixie cup so you could have orange juice shots. There wasn't even any fruit, and the dining area reminded me of a sterile cafeteria - a small, dirty one. No points for breakfast, sorry.
The staff is basically New England college kids that are in Maine for the fun of it, and the service, well, was not very professional.
Our first night there, none of the lights worked in the sitting area of our suite, and we called in the afternoon to have maintenance come take a look. They called back and then said they were coming, then called at 9 p.m. and said they were coming, and then called back at 9:10 p.m. and said they wouldn't come till morning. So we sat in the dark the first night. The upside is that my husband complained the next day, and they fixed it and knocked $40 off our bill (should have comped the first night IMHO).
So....if you are looking to spend $200.00 a night in Ogunquit for lodging, I am betting there are better values out there. Hope this helped you!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ogunquit’s largest pool, giant outdoor hot tub and exercise room. Spacious guest rooms with Free WiFi, CCTV, AC, Mini Fridges. Kids stay free, free local calls, free continental breakfast, free HBO. One mile north of downtown on the trolley route and just 1/2 mile to fabulous Footbridge Beach. Ask about luxury rooms with fireplaces and Jacuzzi’s. Some with balconies! Plus One & Two Bedroom Family Suites w/full kitchens. Easy to walk to dining. Spring, Fall and Winter value packages inc. 2 nights, 2 breakfasts, dinner and more. Also Lobster Tour and Shopping Packages. Open Year Round. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ogunquit Hotel Ogunquit
- Ogunquit Motel
- Ogunquit Resort Motel Maine