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Bar Harbor Hotel Deals & Specials

Start your trip by saving money and getting something extra.  Choose from these great special rates and packages for Bar Harbor Regency Resort.

  

1,000 Bonus Points Every Night

Exclusive to IHG® Rewards Club members. Earn Faster with this package offer - Earn 1,000 bonus IHG Rewards Club points for each night when you book the 1,000 Bonus Point Package. Membership in IHG Rewards Club is free!

Points can be redeemed at any time for a variety of rewards, including free hotel stays starting at just 10,000 points, airline miles, name-brand merchandise and more.

Subject to availability. Not valid with any other offer or discount. Not valid for groups or other contracted rates.

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Book Early and Save

Book now for the 2015 season and get a discount!

Subject to availability. Not valid with any other offer or discount. Not valid for groups or other contracted rates. Reservation must be made no less than 14 days prior to arrival.

Full payment is required at the time of reservation. Reservation may not be canceled or modified without forfeiture of full advance payment.

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Best of Bar Harbor Package

Breakfast buffet for two adult daily

(1) Dinner for two adults at La Bella Vita per stay

(1) Dinner for two adults at Stewman’s per stay

2 tickets to Bar Harbor Whale Watch per stay

Subject to availability. Dinners limited to one (1) entree selection for up to two (2) registered guests per room, per stay. No refunds or exchanges for unused package items. Cannot be combined with other offers or promotions.

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Whale Watch Package

Includes two tickets to Bar Harbor Whale Watch per stay.

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Bar Harbor Regency Resort

123 Eden St.
Bar Harbor, ME 04609
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Phone: 207-288-9723

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Event Calendar

Windjammer Days 2015
June 21-27, 2015. Celebrates a time before planes, trains, and automobiles and sailing ships were king.

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