The comfortable Acadia Hotel was built in 1884 across from the Village Green and is one of the best situated hotels in town.
—The Boston Globe
My favorites...include Acadia Hotel overlooking the Village Green, in the center of town.
—Travel Holiday Magazine
Acadia Hotel is perfectly situated overlooking the Village Green, and easily accessible to all intown activities. This simple home dating from the late 19th century has a wrap around porch and attractive guest rooms newly decorated in a pleasant floral motif.
—Frommer's Portable Maine Coast
Acadia Hotel is a good choice for budget-conscious walkers who like to be near town.
—Fodor's Short Escapes in New England
Cheapest by far is Acadia Hotel, just off the green. Rooms in this well kept old house are usually all reserved in advance; call early.
—Lonely Planet, New England
Grand hotels with grand prices linger from the island's exclusive resort days. Still, a few reasonable establishments do exist. Acadia Hotel is a homey place overlooking the park.
—Let's Go USA