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My wife and I just spent 6 nights at The Acadia Pines Motel. We decided to rent the room with a kitchenette, because we were going to be staying there for nearly a week, and prefer to eat in occasionally.
The location dictated the selection...More
The price was quite good. The grounds were nice. The pool area was spartan. The real drawback was the odor of the room (#3). It smelled like an unwashed underarm. I thought it was the residue of a long time prior resident. My spouse thought...More
Good location. Close to town and the Acadia National Park. Room smelled a bit musty and A/C did not work the greatest. The swimming pool had not been cleaned in a while and was full of bugs. Not worth what we had to pay.
Price, at $127 a night for peak season
Older style motel
Lots of stuff floating in the pool
Toilets don't flush well
My wife and I stayed three nights. The room was spacious. It was comfortable enough. The king size mattress has seen...More
Enjoyed our visit to Acadia Pines. Staff was nice when we had a question or two.
It’s not the newest hotel and that’s fine. You’re getting two decent beds, a kitchenette and a smaller bathroom. We wish we had used the kitchenette more to save...More