Yes, you pay a premium for hotels near Acadia. We paid about $200/night here. But for that price, we got a simple, clean room with fridge, a very nice breakfast buffet with hot and cold options, all edible. And friendly staff that made it a very pleasant stay. All two miles from the entrance to the National Park. A wonderful jumping off point for four days of exploring the wonders of Acadia. Only possible caveat -- if you want something in town, go elsewhere. This place is just a few miles outside of Bar Harbor proper. High points of Acadia? The rocky coast along the Great Head Trail. A sunset kayaking trip with seals, eagles, and more on the far side of the Island. Scrambling up the rocky trail to Cadillac Mountain, and climbing the ladders of The Beehive Trail. And a night of stars on Sand Beach. All the ranger programs are wonderful, and most are free.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our property is located back enough from Rt#3 to avoid traffic noise. We have a playground for small children, Bocce for all ages, a S'Mores fire pit with attendant on site evenings. We have park style Bar-B Que s and picnic tables. Lots of green areas for relaxing. We have a badminton area and lawn toys. We offer inside movies on rainy days or nights for the kids with some classics for the older folks. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Best Western Acadia Park Hotel Bar Harbor
- Best Western Bar Harbor
- Bar Harbor Best Western
- Best Western Acadia Park Inn Bar Harbor, Maine