Exit 5 Motel And Cottages

Address: 18 Ocean Park Road, Saco, Maine, 04072, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 18 Ocean Park Road, Saco, is near Old Orchard Beach, Old Orchard Beach Pier, Dunegrass Golf Club, and WiggleWeigle's Books and In-A-Bind Art Gallery.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsExit 5 Motel And Cottages Saco

      Reviewed by tendashseven

      Right Price, Wrong Gestalt

      Reviewed Sep 8, 2014
      by (17 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      The web site and other reviews lead me to believe that this was an out-of-the way gem. The reality is that it is a poorly managed, inadequately staffed "period" motel that is in dire need of renovation, a trained cleaning staff and competent management. Everyone is nice enough, but we almost backed out of our reservation when we saw piles of laundry outside of rooms and trash everywhere when we checked in at 4pm. After mentioning this kind of thing to management a few times, I felt they thought this was normal and OK.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Exit 5 Motel And Cottages Saco

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      Travel Blogs from Saco

      A Little More Taste of Maine

      A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Sep 08, 2014

      5 comments, 29 photos

      "Free Beer Tomorrow" proclaims the sign outside Bet's Fish Fry, a strictly take-out shack located on the Town Common in Boothbay. Bet is an institution in these parts and although she no longer catches the fish herself, her family does and cuts the filets to her specification. She still uses her grandmother’s breading recipe, whips up her …

      Maine

      A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 08, 2014

      3 comments

      Before we go onto the next part of the trip, a couple of things. I like the North American toilets better than ours. When I first came here over 20 years ago, I thought the toilet was broken because it was full of water. Crazy! The department stores are playing Christmas music. About 12.30am this morning, fast asleep when the frickin' fire alarm went off in the hotel. ****!!! People were in the corridor asking what to do, so Fray & I grabbed phones, ...

      Maine

      A travel blog entry by explorenovember on Nov 03, 2014

      4 photos

      Driving to maine we decided to open a Disco tech bar with Mashups of modern day pop re-mixed disco. Tvs, led disco ball, and roller skates. Le Disco Tech was born. Visited USM so basil could really re-live his days working the mailroom, and his daily meetups on the smokers bench. And they have Creamsicle colored fire hydrants. Found a little spot to get brunch, The Front room- amazing corned beef ...

      A very busy couple of days

      A travel blog entry by martha587 on Oct 25, 2014

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... for the next leg of our trip, heading up to Maine.

      I had planned to explore the Mid-Cape towns on the way out Friday, but stopped first in Orleans to refill a prescription at the local Rite-Aid. While waiting for that I decided to head down to the beach to explore a bit. Addie was running ahead of me and approached what I thought was a log, but by her reaction (sniff...OMG IT MOVED!!!) I realized it was a seal, beached ...

      On to the USA

      A travel blog entry by klbrown on Oct 22, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... it ended up costing us in lost gambling money anyways. The food was good at the buffet. We drove to the Bay of Fundy Hopewell Rocks which had closed for the season but we were still able to hike in to view the highest tide in the world. Impressive! From there the coastal route along Hwy 114 to Saint John and it was a crummy road under construction. In Saint John we parked at the Walmart overnite ...