Welcome to the Lord Camden Inn, Camden's finest luxury boutique hotel, boasting unsurpassed service, comfort and elegance, with a premier village location and magnificent ocean views. Extensively renovated in 2005, new amenities and services include larger suites, private balconies, gas fireplaces, new furnishings, free Wi-Fi, 27" flat screen TV's and DVD players, a club-quality fitness room, and our luxurious Suite Dream Beds that combine a Sealy Posturepedic plush-top mattress with bedding by Cuddledown and the most comfortable pillows you've ever laid your head on. Combine all this with our award-winning service, a delicious complimentary buffet breakfast, and you have a stay worth remembering.
Our Standard Rooms are located on the quiet river side of the Inn, most with private balconies, King "Suite Dream" beds, 26" flat screen LCD TV's, Waverly bedding, in-room coffee & tea, refrigerator and microwave, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, free Wi-Fi, and a large work desk.
Our recently remodeled Deluxe Rooms either have a partial view of the harbor or views of the village and Camden Hills. Amenities in most rooms include large private balconies, marble and granite bathroom surfaces, 27" flat screen TV's with DVD players, free Wi-Fi, our new Suite Dream Beds with luxurious Waverly bedding, hairdryers, irons and ironing boards, refrigerator and microwave, some with gas fireplaces and spa-quality bathroom amenities by Gilchrist and Soames.
Our recently remodeled Luxury Rooms have large private balconies with views of either the River (1st floor) or the harbor (4th floor). Guestroom amenities for most rooms include new furnishings, marble and granite bathroom surfaces, 27" flat screen TV's with DVD players, free Wi-Fi, our new Suite Dream Beds with luxurious Waverly bedding, hairdryers, irons and ironing boards, and spa-quality bathroom amenities by Gilchrist and Soames.
Our Premier Suites are among the most exclusive of accommodations in Camden. Suites come replete with our renowned Suite Dreams™ Bed, gas fireplace, step up livingrooms, microwave and refrigerator, two 27" flat screen TV's and DVD player, free Wi-Fi, spa-quality bath amenities by Gilchrist and Soames, and large private balconies. All rooms and suites are non-smoking.
4.8 on July 26, 2012
My husband and I were pleasantly surprised at how lovely the Lord Camden Inn was on our recent 3 night stay. The inn has a wonderful location right in the middle of town, walk across the street to the harbor and to the many restaurants and cute shops. The inn is clean , the rooms were large and quiet. We had a room on the lobby level that was a true suite with a separate living room and balcony overlooking the river. Great hot breakfast buffet with homemade items that are quite tasty. Would highly recommend this inn for travelers to Camden.
5 on April 11, 2012
This was a wonderful experience. The rooms were very nice, comfortable and clean.
4.6 on March 19, 2012
The room was very cozy! We had a street view and a warm fire place (electric). The bathroom was very clean and I liked that they tried to be eco-friendly (recycle bins, etc.). The staff was very friendly and helpful! The bed was very comfortable! They always had tea/coffee/hot chocolate and cookies in the lobby if you were in the mood for a snack! The free wireless internet was convenient, but they also have a computer in the lobby to use if you wanted to be mostly detached from reality!!! The scenery was obviously gorgeous. The weather was much warmer than expected, so it was great to walk around town and explore. The town is very cute and we went to eat at Fresh (we had a Groupon, which included a $25 credit there) but the food was very good. We went bowling in Rockport two separate days! It was so fun to go candlepin, we usually bowl 10 pin. It was also an adventure to keep our own score as we haven't had to do that in quite some time! Be sure to bring cash though since they don't take credit cards. Over-all Lord Camden in was very cozy and romantic...it was very nice to get away for a long weekend! I would like to go back during the summer to take advantage of all the boating! The only thing that was a little inconvenient was the parking...parking was about a block down and you had to go inside the lobby to get the gate key every time you came back from somewhere. It's not a terrible inconvenience, but just be aware!
4.0 on February 16, 2012
This was a lovely mid-week off season getaway. The Inn was perfect, amenities perfect, staff perfect and accommodating. We have no complaints. There are great shops and awesome food within walking distance as well as easy access to hiking trails. Book this Inn and you will be happy :)
4.4 on December 28, 2011
I enjoyed my stay at Lord Camden Inn! The location is great, right on Main Street! A very relaxing room to spend time in between doing all the activities the town of Maine has to offer. The bed was Amazing!!! Great Continental Breakfast as well! The only two things that would've made the stay at Lord Camden Inn better is the parking situation and noise level room to room in the Inn. I didn't realize that the gated parking area was a block away. Knowing this now, I would've expected that to be made clearer in the Lord Camden Inn info. Even though we heard noise from rooms beside us, it was definitely tolerable. However, the noise(stomping) coming from the room above us was not pleasant, either disturbing at night or waking us up in the morning. Otherwise, I enjoyed the stay and would definitely go back to Lord Camden Inn!
5 on June 28, 2011
Everything about the Lord Cameron Inn has to be described using only superlatives. The young ladies on the front desk were very pleasant, and most helpful. The complementary breakfast has variety, and everything we sampled was as tasty as one would expect from a good restaurant. The inn is handy to shops and restaurants, and everything is within walking distance. We regret that we were only there one night. Thank you for a delightful stay. Nancy and Stan Lukas (and Barney the dog)
5 on October 17, 2010
My stay at the Camden could not have been more rewarding. It is situate right in the center of town, and you can walk conveniently to all the local sites, shops and restaurants. Nothing is left to chance; the people at the Camden are dedicated to service! Patricia Wright, Charlotte NC.
4.6 on September 13, 2010
Went for our anniverasry, couldn't have picked a better place. Great staff, breakfast, and rooms, lots of stuff to do with in walking distance. Would definately go back.
4.0 on August 16, 2010
We stayed two nights over the weekend and were very pleased with the experience. The staff was courteous and friendly; the room and public areas were exceptionally well-kept and clean. Complimentary coffee and cookies in the lobby were much-appreciated, as was the Keurig coffee system in our room. The large outdoor balcony off our Village View room was a nice surprise as well. I was most impressed with the complimentary breakfast -- not your standard continental breakfast at all: scrambled eggs, sausage, fresh-baked muffins, fruit salad, biscuits and gravy, baked goods and gourmet cream cheese for bagels and english muffins helped us get our days started on the right foot. If I ever return to Camden, the Lord Camden Inn will be the first place I check for vacancies.
4.4 on July 10, 2010
We have been long-time guests of the Lord Camden Inn. Each visit has been exceptional. The best place to stay in Camden.
Portland, ME (PWM-Intl. Jet Port) 50 miles
From Portland, take Route 295 north until the Brunswick exit 28 (formerly exit 22). You will now be on Route 1 North. Stay on Route One until you reach Route 90 in Warren. Take a left onto Route 90 until you once again come to Route 1 in Rockport. Take a left onto Route 1 North and proceed into downtown Camden. The Lord Camden Inn will be on your left-hand side in the middle of the block. We are the large 4 story, red brick building with the blue awnings. In either direction, you should look for the large blue awnings, as they are our prominent outside feature. We are located at 24 Main Street. You may call us for directions at 1-207-236-4325 and we will be happy to help you.
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Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Wedding Facilities , Suite Dream Beds, Free Wi-Fi, Onsite Fitness Room
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wet bar, Wi-Fi
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Erick Anderson is a highly motivated and personable hospitality professional with over nine years of experience in both corporate and privately owned luxury hotel environments. From corporate settings such as Clearwater Florida's Marriott Suites on Sand Key and coastal Maine's popular Samoset Resort, to The Gasparilla Inn & Club, a privately owned resort and spa in southwest Florida, Erick is well versed in the art of Hospitality and is ready to make your next stay with us one worth remembering.
Our make-your-own Belgium Waffles are our most popular dish, served with real Maine-made maple syrup, fresh strawberries or Maine blueberries, and real whipped cream. Other possible buffet entres may include eggs benedict, quiches, savory tarts (our spinach, basil, bacon, onion and feta in puff pastry is a favorite), breakfast casseroles, scrambled eggs, home fries, sausage, ham, bacon, homemade bagels, English muffins, (cereals including our delicious homemade granola), yogurt, juices and absolutely delicious coffee.