Bluenose Inn - Bar Harbor44.39253, -68.22123
- Bar Harbor, United States
Located a 10-minute drive away from Frenchman Bay, the 4-star Bluenose Inn Bar Harbor offers Wi-Fi throughout the property and a parking. An American restaurant is available in the comfortable hotel that boasts an ideal location close to the George B. Dorr College of the Atlantic Natural History Museum.
This hotel is set in the charming part of Bar Harbor, a few minutes drive away from Agamont Park. The Bar Harbor property is adjacent to Newlin Gardens and 10 minutes' drive from Acadia National Park. Visit Village Green, around 1.1 miles from the elegant hotel, and feel in total harmony with the nature of United States of America.
Bluenose Inn is located in Bar Harbor, 13 miles from Hancock County-Bar Harbor airport.
There are 97 rooms with a balcony and a lounge area. Some of them offer cable channels together with a minibar, coffee and tea making equipment. Some guest rooms offer a spacious decor and views of the ocean. Providing a walk-in shower and a separate toilet, some bathrooms have a hairdryer and towels.
Eat & Drink
Bluenose Bar Harbor offers on-site breakfast in the restaurant. You can enjoy a range of gourmet American dishes at Looking Glass restaurant on site. A brew pub is set brew pub this property and serves American.
Leisure & Business
The Bar Harbor hotel provides an outdoor swimming pool and spa therapy for an additional fee. Guests of The Bluenose can relax in a Jacuzzi, a steam room and an outdoor swimming pool. There is a gym at the luxurious hotel. The onsite wellness facilities include a Spa. Business travelers will also appreciate a 24/7 business center and a meeting room including a sound system and a photocopier.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2006. Number of floors: 4. Number of rooms: 74.
Former name: Bar Harbor Hotel - Bluenose Inn
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Most popular facilities
On-site parking lot
Bar/ Lounge area
Free shuttle service
Seasonal outdoor pool
Seasonal indoor pool
- 24-hour services
- Food/ Drinks
- Fitness/ Gym
- Swimming pool
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness center
- Golf course
- Free shuttle service
- Welcome drink
- Happy hour
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Business center
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- Board games
- Children's menu
Facilities for people with disabilities
- Toilet for disabled
- Bathroom for disabled
Spa & Leisure
- Seasonal outdoor pool
- Seasonal indoor pool
- Live entertainment
- Leisure/ TV room
- Steam room
- Sea view
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Sitting area
- Garden furniture
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
Bed options:1 King-size bed
Bed options:1 King-size bed
Bed options:2 Queen-size beds
- City landmarks
- Hotels nearby
Reviews of Bluenose Inn
We spent our Xmas holiday at a hotel that had wonderful complementary offerings. The staff was friendly and accommodating, making us feel right at home. Additionally, the location was perfect for exploring nearby attractions. We also enjoyed the beautiful views of the water from our room.
The outdated bathroom was a bit disappointing, and we had to unplug lamps to use convenient outlets. The website was a bit deceiving, and we were not informed of an added charge upon check-in. Though the on-site restaurant was not up to par and the continental breakfast was subpar compared to neighboring hotels, we still had a great time.
The hotel had a pretty good location and was very clean. The view we had from our window was magnificent, we could see the entire bay. The staff was really friendly and nice to us. We also enjoyed the breakfast and the free shuttle service.
There was a serious issue with the air conditioning in the room, as it wasn't working properly. It made the stay very hard for us due to the high temperatures we encountered. The pool was too small and it got crowded very quickly, which made it hard to enjoy. The food wasn't great and there wasn't a variety of cuisine available.
The location of this hotel is perfect for hiking enthusiasts, you can explore different trails for 6-8 hours and admire the magnificent scenery. The room service was prompt and the breakfast had great variety and was delicious. The view from the balcony is stunning, you can even see the sea from there. Additionally, the hotel has plenty of entertainment options like a pool and a game room, making it perfect for families with small children.
The Wi-Fi was weak and spotty.
I enjoyed my stay at this hotel on a hill with fantastic views of the bay. The staff was very welcoming, and check-in was quick. The room was clean, and I appreciated the complimentary coffee and tea. The highlight of my stay was the pool and hot tub, which were both relaxing and well-maintained.
Nothing that I didn't like.
It's an great hotel in the elegant building. We appreciated sitting on the balcony.
Hotel is an ideal place for a weekend in Bar Harbor. We truly enjoyed comfortable beds in our room.
We had a room overlooking the bay with a wonderful view. The room was very spacious for my husband and I and two teenage children. The inside pool area is across the parking lot but is a beautifully designed pool and building. It was very relaxing going there at the end of a full-filled day.This hotel was more expensive than many of the others in town but definately worth it.
Generally an okay place.
What annoyed me was the lack of a convenient laundry facility. It was not in the main building and the hours were restricted so we couldn't use it in the evening and it opened too late in the morning. That in turn required that we had to do laundry at a time when we would have rather been doing other things during the day. We stayed five nights in the main building. We travel light and don't like to haul a lot of clothing. You really can do better in this regard. In the future we'll be looking at other hotels in the area with similar price structures but with more convenient facilities....
The location was perfect. Close to downtown as well as close to Acadia. The staff could not have been more friendly or helpgul.
We had one of the most memorable adventures ever. We were celebrating our 13th anniversary. We had a room with a balcony and fireplace overlooking the bay; the room was very large, very well appointed with all the right touches. The staff was very helpful and attentive to our needs. We loved the cookies in the lobby in the afternoon and enjoying our coffee in the "great room." We would highly recommend the Bluenose to anyone. Thank you.
We stay at this hotel at least twice a year and always find it superior in quality. The cleanliness, friendliness of staff, location, view, and room furnishings never change. One of the best assets of the hotel is the nightly entertainment by pianist Bill Trowell in the Great Room. Bill plays a wide variety of music from classical to modern. He takes requests as well. Rodney Duplisea Bangor Maine
We loved the Bluenose Inn - our room was fantastic - huge bed (really comfortable) and beautiful oversized bathroom. We have a lovely view of the harbour and a fire in the room too. The room was very comfortable, clean and very good value for money. It was a 10 minute walk into the town. We didn't eat in the hotel (prefer to eat out at most hotels) but the menu looked fine. We had a couple of drinks at the bar after returning from dinner and the cocktail I had was mixed perfectly. The inside pool in a separate building was clean and the decor beautiful. We loved the hotel and would love to return - would be great in the winter with the fire in the room.
Bill Trowell at the piano.
Great location and close to all the things we wanted to do
My husband and I stayed at the Bluenose Inn for our 5th wedding anniversaryl. The staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. An employee was right on hand to offer us a ride back down the hill after we had dinner at the Mirrors restaurant. The fireplace in the room was nice to sit by when you had cold feet after coming in from hiking in the park, and also for drozing by with a book. I was also impressed by the beautiful sparkly light in the bathroom, the size of the bath room and the telephone in there. We spent some time in the lounge where the piano man was kind enough to play renditions of songs from our wedding ceremony. We have spent many nights in rooms around Bar Harbor, but this stay certainly was the most luxurious.