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Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 23 April 2012

There's no doubt regarding the excellence of the location. You're right on the mountain, ski-on/ski-off with a lift to the main ski area a very short ski or snowboard ride away. Parking right next to the inn is first-come/first serve. Otherwise there's a parking lot down the driveway a bit that's certainly walkable, but you should unload by the front...

1Thank blahPa
Fredericton, Canada
Reviewed 16 April 2012

Its a great hotel, always eager to help with anything that you need.

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Rowley, Massachusetts
Reviewed 27 March 2012

Thanks to a super online discount my partner and I ventured north to Sugarloaf USA for some spring skiing. We booked a night in the Inn and got a deal - and the best room in the Inn. Two lift tickets and a night lodging. The discount meant our room cost roughly $40. Passes for two lessons and the nearby...

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Portland, Maine
Reviewed 14 March 2011

We stayed at the inn same time last year. Although the weather wasn't as good as last year we made the best of it. I do recommend upgrading to the boyne bed. Overall we opted to stay at the inn again because it's just if not better than the hotel. Smaller and you have access to everything for half the...

1Thank savysally123
Manchester, NH
Reviewed 14 February 2011

Been staying at the Inn the last few years despite the many lodging options at Sugarloaf. There is just something about staying in an Inn that gets you in the mood for a great skication. I would highly recommend staying on the top floor in one of the loft-style units. The units are large enough to accommodate 4 adults and...

3Thank Andymn847
New Brunswick
Reviewed 14 February 2010

A buddy & I stopped in on our way from Montreal for a couple of days skiing & we shared a roo m with 2 queen size beds. Very comfortable, plenty of wall hooks for ski coats & pants, lots of towels supplied, & a great TV that allowed us to get plenty of choice of what to watch when...

Thank NBHabsfan
Reviewed 7 February 2010

The hotel itself is positioned at the foot of Sugarloaf, but you can't ski right from your door...you have to drive up to the Main Lodge and park there, then hike or get a bus to the Lodge. There were long black hairs in the tub upon check in. We wanted to relax and possibly rent a movie after skiing...

3Thank JJinMaine
Topsham, Maine
Reviewed 29 March 2008

I took my granddaughter skiing and stayed at Sugarloaf Inn and it is a great place to ski. The staff at the hotel was so nice and always more than willing to offer advice. We did not need anything done to our room, they were cleaned very well and we felt pampered. It's great to have the hotel situated so...

1Thank MsGMaine
Arlington, Virginia
Reviewed 28 March 2008

This property really is SKI IN-SKI OUT slopeslide lodging. There is no hiking while carrying skis required. They are not exagerrating when they say SKI IN-SKI OUT. So that is probably my favorite part about this lodging. There are ski lockers downstairs and you can literally cross-country ski yourself to the lift line, just about 10-20 yards away. (I say...

1Thank PrincessBrooke

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Additional Information about Sugarloaf Inn

Address: R.R. 1 Box 5000, Kingfield, ME 04947
Region: United States > Maine > Kingfield
Price Range: $146 - $260 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 42
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“don't believe the pictures”
 of 5 bubbles DCSKV, 1 Apr 2016 | Read review
“Ask or book upper floors, 2nd floor has balconies if that is important, upper floors do not so the rooms are a bit larger”
 of 5 bubbles JBMartiniguy, 6 Jan 2016 | Read review
“Ask to face the mountain!!”
 of 5 bubbles Jan210662, 9 Mar 2014 | Read review
“Rooms on level 3 seemed to be nicer/bigger. Every room has its own "ski locker" that locks with your room key for free, so you don't have to bring your wet skis/boards into the room with you. Walls are really thin.”
 of 5 bubbles mikea853, 21 Jan 2014 | Read review
“Room 211 if you can , any rooms on the fist floor right wing, with a slope view.”
 of 5 bubbles Ondine21, 21 Jan 2013 | Read review
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