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Bar Harbor Inn & Spa

Located harborside in the heart of Bar Harbor overlooking Frenchman Bay and the Porcupine Islands, the Bar Harbor Inn is an iconic New England resort welcoming guests with genuine hospitality, superior service and timeless charm.

The hotel’s beautifully landscaped 8 acres offer a private retreat with easy walking access to unique shops, art galleries and waterfront activities in this vacation destination. The casual elegance of this Bar Harbor hotel provides a perfect backdrop to explore the rocky Maine coast and Acadia National Park. Catch glimpses of our rich history as you relax and delight in refreshing ocean views, elegant dining and rejuvenating spa services.

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Bar Harbor Inn guests share their experiences:

    “This was our 4th stay at the Bar Harbor Inn and it was just as wonderful as the other 3. Our room was spacious, extremely clean and comfortable. We had a nice deck overlooking Frenchman’s Bay where we could sit and enjoy the view for as long as we wanted. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The atmosphere is quaint and relaxing. It’s a heavenly place to stay!”

– Pamela T.

    “My husband & I stayed at the Bar Harbor Inn at the end of August, in the Oceanfront Lodge. We have stayed here many times and each time we return, we are never disappointed. You cannot beat the location – close to the ocean, but an easy walk to downtown. We love listening to the ocean and sitting on the balcony to relax. Our housekeeper, Renee, did an excellent job of cleaning the room & all the employees were friendly.”

– Susan V.

    “Just spent two nights here and can’t wait to go back. For a large hotel, it still manages to keep the quaint charm that is Bar Harbor. It could not be any more perfectly located, pretty much a short walk from everything. Our room had a fantastic view but the real treat was waking up the first morning to witness one of the most beautiful sunrises I’ve ever seen- from my own balcony.”

– Jason M.