Upper-upscale, smoke-free, full-service, downtown, conference hotel
Connected to Baltimore Convention Center by skywalk
Also near National Aquarium and Baltimore Harborplace
Outdoor swimming pool open in summer - exercise room
Parking costs $30 per night
Pet friendly hotel
- allows dogs only - allows up to 2 small dogs per room (up to 75 pounds combined) or 1 larger dog (up to 50 pounds) - $200 pet fee if staying 7 nights or more - $100 pet fee if staying fewer than 7 nights. - Feb 2019 < Less
"The hotel was clean and conveniently located. The employees were friendly, courteous, and helpful.2022-02-07"
"The hotel room was large and had great beds. The customer service was phenomenal; the staff went above and beyond to make me feel welcome and to meet my needs. Excellent food and beverage service. Book it.2019-11-28"
"Wonderful location at the Inner Harbor. The staff was friendly, thoughtful, and incredibly helpful. I highly recommend this hotel.2019-09-20"
"We were disappointed that the hotel put our group in rooms on different floors.2016-06-09"
"OK room, but there was a big hole by the drain in the shower. The hotel bar was pricey, as was the room rate.2015-08-25"
"Doorman greeted us when we arrived. Bellhop got our luggage and told me where to park before escorting us to our room. Entire staff from beginning to end was pleasant and helpful, but we were told restaurants were open when they were actually closed.2015-01-21"
"Nice hotel with everything we needed. Check out the pool. Roy's across the street was good.2020-01-22"
"The heating and cooling unit in our hotel room kept going off at night, so we didn't get any sleep. We weren't told that self-parking didn't have in-and-out privileges, but valet parking did.2016-11-28"
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