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We all had a great stay, hotel is very accommodating and met our needs. Small but free breakfast in the morning, easy access to I-95 and downtown Orono. Would recommend. Also a bonus was the free shuttle from PVCC!
Stayed here when visiting my son at UMaine. Friendly front of house staff. Lovely reception area....although I didn't like the stuffed brown bear! Rooms comfortable and a good size. Small but adequate bathroom. Lovely balcony looking over the pool. Quite close to the road, but...More
I appreciate it more each time I visit. Within walking distance to downtown and the University, perched on a slope on the Stillwater River, this quiet inn is ideal for a visit to Orono. I just found out it is dog-friendly too!
We had a great stay. It is a beautiful and convenient location and Dog Friendly which was great since our dog sitting arrangements had fallen through. Easy walk to town, nice grounds with Gazebo on the river
For parent's weekend at U.Maine, my husband and I stayed at University Inn because it's clean, convenient, and so pretty on the water. We had a hassle free stay and Bradley(at the front desk) is extremely personable. Although, we were looking for an extra roll...More
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The campus is quite safe. Police on campus and in the town of Orono are always out patrolling the area and there are emergency beacons throughout campus (with a dedicated 24/7 campus police force as well). Orono, by... More
The campus is quite safe. Police on campus and in the town of Orono are always out patrolling the area and there are emergency beacons throughout campus (with a dedicated 24/7 campus police force as well). Orono, by and large, has a pretty low crime rate.
Cold weather on campus affects student life in the same way it would anywhere else. Though there is a shuttle that services campus, freedom to travel to off-campus locations is pretty limited without a car. As such, winter driving can be an issue if you are not familiar with driving in the snow. Regardless, the roads are pretty well taken care of, especially on campus.
Thank you for your interest in our beautiful town!
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"Accessibility is limited: you have to go up a step to get into the building and there is no elevator"