The Bar Harbor Inn, just off Agamont Park, nicely mixes traditional style with contemporary touches. On shady grounds just a moment’s stroll from Bar Harbor’s downtown, this property offers both convenience and charm. The shingled main inn, which dates from the turn of the 19th century, has a settled, old-money feel with its semicircular dining room and a buttoned-down lobby. Guest rooms, located in the main building and two outbuildings, are much more contemporary: Units in the Oceanfront Lodge and main inn both offer spectacular bay views, and many have private balconies. The third wing, the Newport Building, lacks views and its furnishings are a little dated, but you can save a little on rates here. Guests have access to a spa with Vichy showers, aromatherapy, heated-stone treatments, and facial treatments, while the somewhat formal Reading Room dining room serves resort meals with the best dining-room views in town.