The Grand Hotel

Address: 276 Shore Road, Ogunquit, Maine, 03907, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 276 Shore Road, Ogunquit, is near Perkins Cove, Ogunquit Playhouse, Ogunquit Museum of American Art, and Ogunquit Memorial Library.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews The Grand Hotel Ogunquit

      Enjoyed our Stay

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      We have just returned from a very enjoyable 3 nights at The Grand. The 3rd floor suite was a good size and we had a very large and private deck to relax on. The staff were also very friendly and helpful. While there is no sea view (tree tops could be seen from our windows!) it was a short walk to Perkins Cove, or to the shops and restaurants of Ogunquit, and there is a trolley stop close by. We would certainly return.

      The Grand is one of the nicest hotels in Ogunquit

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      have stayed at The Grand several times and have always enjoyed

      the accomodations which are comfortable and clean. Our children

      treated us to the penthouse last year were we enjoyed the addition

      of a fireplace on a cool evening and a lovely terrace

      the management is always helpful in every way: to recommend a restaurant, getting directions to a different town/state, siteseeing

      arrangements and recommendations, etc.

      the advantage of a light breakfast at the hotel is great. since there

      are few breakfast places around town and the wait is too long

      the hotel is midway between town and perkins cove which we find

      convenient

      Nice hotel, thin walls

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      We just enjoyed a 2 night stay at the Grand. The suite was a good size, and my daughter loved the circular pool. Location was excellent, unless you want an ocean view or beach front. Our one significant complaint--the walls were thin. We could hear talking, snoring, plumbing from next door and walking from upstairs.

      Best deal for your money

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      The grand hotel is small but comfortable and clean, we stayed twice at the Grand and we have an excellent time. No matter which room you chose they all are very comfortable and clean and some larger room with suite and fire place. Whether you chose a package or just a room. the price you pay is un mattached in Oqunquet area. One thing I have noticed that repeated customers walking through the lobby, I talked to almost 5 customers and they told me they come every year and some of them in the past 10 years. I will stay at the Grand every year with or without a package. I truly highly recommand the Grand.

      Large, magnificent terrace with sky and treetop views

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      Just returned from a lovely four-night stay at the Grand Hotel. We enjoyed the suite-style room, on the third floor (305 --one of the "penthouse" suites), which was very clean and comfortable for my mom in the living room and us in the bedroom; but most of all we loved the terrace. The terrace was extremely large and quiet, with beautiful sky and treetop views. Every morning we brought our continental breakfast (coffee, muffins, yogurts, bagels, cereal) upstairs and had it on the terrace and at night we enjoyed wine and cheese before heading out to dinner a ten-minute walk away at our favorite Oarweed Restaurant. Also recommend Amore for the occasional full breakfast (by far the best full breakfast in town), which is practically next door. Great location, walking distance as well of the Marginal Way and lovely shops.

      Friendly, decent place to stay

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      We spent 5 nights at The Grand Hotel (August, 2004) with our two children (ages 2 and 7) -- we had a fine time. The hotel staff was friendly and helpful, the location can't be beat (walking distance to Perkins Cove, Marginal Way, town shopping and the beach, all 5-15 min walks). The room we had was comfortable and clean, with sitting area and separate bedroom. There is a small indoor pool, and an outdoor hot tub -- the pool is great for kids. Breakfast (included) was nothing special, but adequate.

      We were certainly satisfied, although we looked in on a few other hotels in town, it does seem like you can get more for your money if you book early (Feb-Apr) -- we didn't make our reservations until June, so there wasn't much available.

      Great time at the Grand.

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      We stayed at the Grand in the middle of June, and it was very nice. The dinners that came with the package were excellent. The hotel was clean. nice suite, good breakfast, and good location. We would definitely come back.

      Clean and romantic

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      We stayed here for our honeymoon 5 years ago and try to go every year, even just to get away for 2 days. It's worth the cost because it's clean, up to date, the rooms are spacious, the staff is friendly and efficient. The package deals are wonderful. We can't say enough to compliment the Grand. We had to stay at several other Ogunquit establishments, and none compare. Some were downright disgusting and flithy (for $200 a night!)

      We love it!

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      We have been there the past 3 yrs in early June. Plan to go again in 2004. The 3 day package is a wonderful stay in a great location, just before the "season" starts. Weather is iffy, but that is Maine. Lots to see and do in all kinds of weather.

      Our Fall 'getaway'

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      This is our special anniversary getaway. We have been staying at the Grand Hotel every fall for the past 4 years. The rooms are spacious and clean. We love the balcony and view and smell of the maine spruce trees and clean air. The views along the Marginal Way are spectacular. We look forward to eating at Clay Hill Farms for our anniversary dinner.

      The hotel is conveniently located to downtown and Perkins Cove.

      TripAdvisor Reviews The Grand Hotel Ogunquit

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