This Is a beautiful old classic hotel with painted ceilings and a grand piano in the lobby. Likened us back to a time when we were growing up and our parents would go down to the hotel bar to listen to music at the bar. The French bakery in the lower lobby is not to be missed. The only drawback was housekeeping staff. Walked into our room with their key twice before 9:00am but then we finally left for the day when we came back the room was never cleaned. Rooms were very clean though upon arrival and every other day. They just need a better system
Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Baltimore, this Art Deco hotel is 3 blocks from the National Aquarium and …More
The hotel shows some wear and tear. The room was clean; the bed was comfortable. WiFi worked reasonably well. Easy walk to Inner Harbor, at least during the day. No where close by for a snack, other than a convenience store. Recommended to us to have food delivered, particularly at night. The continental breakfast was pleasantly surprising with a reasonable amount of choices as well as hot food (waffle maker, eggs and sausage patties) A toaster for bagels, muffins, toast, etc. Orange juice, coffee, and milk supplied as well. The breakfast staff was very nice!
Traveller from Easton, PA
Located in Downtown Baltimore, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Battle Monument, National Aquarium in Baltimore, and …More
Room was clean and elegant looking, but very small. The desk chair needs to fit under the desk --otherwise it's hard to get around the bed. The linens and bed very nice and comfortable. But we struggled to find a light when you first enter--fumbled around in the dark a lot. There should be a switch right at the door. Noise was a bit of an issue--we heard the phone in another room and the outside doors are very loud. The breakfast is OK, the only hot food is waffles.
Traveller from New York, NY
Baltimore Harbor Hotel is a 10-minute walk from the Inner Harbor and Baltimore Convention Center. Attractions within a …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.