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Martha's Vineyard: Harbor View and Harborside.

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I hear the Harbor View is the best in Edgartown, and DH has a conference there. But I blew it and did not get resies at Harbor View. They are very nice and encourage me to keep calling them to see if anything opens up. But, they assure me we will not find a water view room for our business budget of $400/night.

So I booked one of the best rooms, with a center harbor view, at the Harborside for $400/night. But I am concerned from reading iffy reviews about the Harborside. Specifically, that it is shabby and rooms are tiny.

Can anyone assure me that it is ok at the Harborside?
Or, should a non-view room open at the Harbor View for the conference rate of $400, should I sacrifice the view, in favor of being at that resort?

We really do like to see the water 24/7, because we live in a land-locked state, so a view room is important.

Advice, please?