The Mariner Resort

Address: 734 Main Street, Ogunquit, Maine, 03907 , United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 734 Main Street, Ogunquit, is near Ogunquit Beach, The Ogunquit Trolley, Ogunquit Beach District, and Finestkind Scenic Cruises.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Mariner Resort Ogunquit

    Great place for the price

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    We've stayed at many places in Ogunquit over the years, including the Mariner back in '93 or '94, but this year the prices everywhere else seemed outrageous. Since the Mariner added the indoor pool, it was an easy choice to stay there and save hundreds of dollars over our four night vacation.

    Room was large and clean, and it was nice to have a full-size fridge. Minimal room noise, even when two families with teens moved in on either side of us. The Mariner is a little further out from downtown Ogunquit, but convenient to Wells, and with a somewhat rainy weekend we ended up in Wells, Kennebunk and York more than the beach anyway.

    Wonderful

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    the mariner hotel was awesome! the owners were friendly, the service was excellent. and the prices are great. they have huge rooms, a great indoor pool and outdoor pool and a great jacuzzi.

    its like five minutes away from the beach and like ten minutes from the shops downtown. they also just added a fitness room. nothing better than the mariner!

    Best Deal in town

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    The Mariner has to be the best place to stay for the price you pay and the view you get. The resort abutts the Ogunquit river and you can see the ocean in the background. THe staff is friendly and the rooms are spacious. Stay here you won't regret it.

    Mariner Resort, the place to stay

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    Very relaxing, Oversized rooms, large outdoor pool with ocean views. Very Friendly staff and the place to stay for an Ogunquit getaway.

    The Best in Ogonquit!

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    We have stayed at the Mariner for the past 15 years. We have tried a few other places, but we always go back to the Mariner. Rooms are larger than other motels, employees are extremely friendly and helpful, grounds are gorgeous, and it's family-owned. It's our "home-away-from-home."

    Loved the Mariner Resort

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    Friendly staff and other visitors, Clean Rooms, lots of flower gardens, delightful. Will go back again. Thanks

    Wonderful Motel...

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    I stayed at the Mariner because of the good reviews I saw here.

    Everything was as hoped, great pools, great location, you can catch the trolley for both Wells or Ogunquit right across the street. I felt like we got a clean, friendly hotel, more for our money than some of the others. I will be back again next year.

    The pleasant place to stay!

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    I have tried many places in Ogunquit, I have to admit that once you tried The Mariner, it is pretty hard to go somewhere else.

    Mariner - the place to stay in Ogunquit

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    Very friendly staff, clean and spacious rooms, all around great family resort

    Mariner Resort

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    Great place to stay and relax. Beautiful indoor pool and an outdoor hot tub. Very clean and very close to the Town attractions

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Mariner Resort Ogunquit

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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