The hotel was very nice. The bathrooms are small and didn't compliment the room. The location is close to the habor. Hotel has a nice rooftop lounge. Two different parking options available. I will definitely stay again.
Traveller from new jersey
Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Baltimore, this Art Deco hotel is 3 blocks from the National Aquarium and …More
We stayed in a king size room and were very pleased with how close the hotel was to everything in Baltimore! Great price for what we got! The staff wasn't overly friendly but then again we didn't really have to see them too often so that wasn't a huge issue.
Traveller from PA
Located in Downtown Baltimore, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Battle Monument, National Aquarium in Baltimore, and …More
"Nice hotel within walking distance to everything."
me and my husband we celebrating our anniversary 18 years I wanted to take him somewhere different. It was a great suggestion the breakfast and dinner served in this hotel was very tasty . And I love that all the other restaurants and entertainment were in walking distance.
Traveller from hampt
Kimpton Hotel Monaco Baltimore Inner Harbor is within a 10-minute walk of Baltimore's famous Inner Harbor, and it's just a …More
My stay at The Hotel Ivy was an experience I will never forget. This charming upscale hotel makes you feel welcome from the moment you step out of your car. This is 5 star elegance in a warm and comfortable atmosphere. The restaurant, high tea, rooms, and complimentary services are first rate.
The staff at The Ivy Hotel are exceptional. They take the time to know your name, your preferences, and make you feel at home. My best friend and I equally enjoyed getting to know the people who worked at the hotel. They filled us with laughter, taught us about the hotel, shared life experiences, and spoke so highly about the owners. The staff is like a family which makes the surroundings truly feel like your own private retreat.
Traveller from Leesburg, VA
Located in Downtown Baltimore, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Washington Monument …More
I can't say enough good things!
The house is exceptionally beautiful. The attention to detail and tasteful decor make staying there a real experience.
Tish is so sweet and accommodating. Her breakfasts are delicious and she made sure I always had everything I needed.
I stayed in the Randolph room. The bed was so comfortable and the room was super clean and well appointed. I was there three nights and didn't want to leave!
I will absolutely stay here again next time I am in town!
Traveller from Houston, Texas
Located in Downtown Baltimore, this historic bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Geppi's Entertainment Museum and …More
Friendly staff. The hotel is close to essentially everything. Walking distance from lots of restaurants, important places (convention center, inner harbor), grocery stores, pharmacies and main bus stops (light rail to the airport is 7 minutes walking).
Safe and crowded area.
The breakfast is fine, I expected better options on the breakfast menu, but it was not terrible.
Over all appropriately clean facility and rooms.
Definitely not your laxuarious Hilton, but also not you terrible Motel-6.
The Home2 Suites by Hilton Baltimore Downtown, MD is a 5-minute drive from the Inner Harbor seaport and the Baltimore …More
Perfect location for attending Orioles games or visiting downtown Baltimore. Great rooms. Friendly staff. Only negative was the excessive cost of hotel parking. However, other overnight self parking options were also excessive. Make sure to understand those costs when selecting a hotel in the downtown area.
Traveller from Indiana.
Hilton Baltimore is the ideal hotel for baseball fans, only 1 block from Oriole Park at Camden Yards. A 20-minute stroll …More
Johns Hopkins University occupies north Baltimore. To the south, the National Aquarium in Baltimore is Maryland’s most popular attraction. Oriole Park at Camden Yards revels in baseball’s past with a statue of Baltimore’s own Babe Ruth. Lexington Market offers an authentic glimpse and taste of Baltimore culture. The B & O Railroad Museum depicts the origins of mass transit in America.