Bar Harbor Hotel – Bluenose Inn
We are open for the 2021 season. Please call 207-288-3348 to make reservations!
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Please call 207-288-3348 to make reservations.
*Important updates for the 2021 season:
*We will be enforcing a 2 night minimum stay for arrivals between Saturday and Wednesday and a 3 night minimum stay for arrivals on Thursday and Friday. Any reduction in your original reservation will result in a forfeiture of the night(s) the reservation is being amended by. (ie. If you booked for three nights arriving on a Friday and depart a day early or arrive a day later, you will forfeit the night that was dropped).
*The Island Explorer Shuttle Bus does have plans to run on a limited schedule for 2021. For more information, visit Exploreacadia.com.
*To limit exposure and protect our guests and staff, our daily stayover housekeeping service will be suspended for the 2021 season. Extra linens, amenities and utensils can be provided to you at check in or delivered to your door throughout your stay. We sincerely apologize as we know this is a customary service.
*Our front desk will be open 24/7 for any of your wants or needs. Please remember, we are here to serve you in any way we can.
* Our Great Room Lounge will open for cocktails and a live piano concert on Friday, May 28 at 7:00p.m and resume service 6 days a week. Our resident pianist, Bill Trowell, will be returning. The Great Room will be closed on Sundays.
*We ask that you please maintain a distance of 6 feet between you and our other guests during your time with us, particularly when in common areas such as the pool, Great Room, lobby, hallways and our elevator lobby. Hand sanitizer stations are located throughout the property, though routine hand washing with soap and water is best. As per the current Government imposed regulations, a facial covering is required upon entering the building if you are unvaccinated.
*Our fitness center is currently open with a maximum occupancy restriction.
*Our outdoor and indoor heated pools are open for the season. The indoor pool will be closed from approximately noon to 1pm daily for cleaning and sanitizing. We ask that you please be courteous of others and limit your use of the pools to 30 minutes.
*Our Looking Glass Restaurant will be serving breakfast only starting Saturday, May 29. We encourage take out service but will have tables available if you would like to dine in the dining room or on the deck. Orders will be placed at the bar counter and brought to you. We have temporarily suspended our traditional table service at this time.
Please know we are doing all we can and need to do in order to open safely. This includes abiding by a long checklist of actions, restrictions and rules provided by our Governor, Janet Mills. While we know several of the comforts and services that you are accustomed to will be different or are temporarily paused, we are continuously working to find alternatives to our usual services that will help make your stay with us that much more enjoyable.
2019 – Named one of the Top 8 Hotels in Bar Harbor by Trips to Discover!
Winner of Booking.com’s 2018 Guest Review Award!
2014 – Good Morning America Viewers voted Acadia National Park as America’s Favorite Place! Click here to see the live reveal from Jordan Pond!
Check out our Island Tab for ideas on activities and to see the other great awards given to Mount Desert Island, Acadia National Park, and Bar Harbor!
Ocean views and elegant accommodations on the “Most Beautiful Island in America.”
With sweeping views of Frenchman Bay, the Bluenose Inn is the perfect hotel accommodation choice for a memorable vacation on
Maine’s famed Mount Desert Island, home of Acadia National Park.
Here, atop a granite terraced hillside, you will quickly discover the allure of Maine’s rockbound coast. The ideal location of our hotel places us just minutes away from the host of attractions that make this corner of Maine one of the nation’s most popular retreats.
The original building on the site of the Bluenose Inn was constructed in 1884 as a summer estate of Mrs. William Morris Hunt, an artist’s widow. The stonework from this palatial “cottage,” which she named Mizzentop, remains beneath the building that bears its name.
Accommodations in today’s luxury resort is defined by two elegant guest buildings: the luxurious 53-room Mizzentop which also houses our registration office, Business Center, the inviting Great Room Piano Lounge, and our Vista Room meeting facility; and Stenna Nordica, featuring 45 tastefully decorated rooms and a glass front elevator. A third building houses our indoor heated pool, hot tub, steam room and fitness center. Our grounds feature an outdoor heated pool, garden paths, and, of course, our panoramic views of Frenchman Bay.
The Bluenose Inn has no resort fees. Sorry, no pets and no smoking allowed.