The 1840s Carrollton Inn features 13 luxuriously appointed guest rooms with country-style décor and plush furnishings, and en-suite bathrooms with showers and soaking tubs, new robes and towels, and organic bath products. Modern amenities include including cable television, refrigerators, microwaves, complimentary beverages, fresh flowers and high-speed wireless Internet access. Each suite has been named after a facet of the life of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the original owner of the neighboring Carroll Mansion.
The Declaration Suite is located on the first floor with its private entrance from the Inn’s garden courtyard. Decorated in elegant tones of peach and gold, the suite features a sitting room with marble mantled and daybed, a romantic master bedroom with a king-sized, four-poster canopy bed, and an en-suite bathroom with a shower and double whirlpool tub.
Patriot’s Room is located on the first floor with quiet courtyard views and elegantly decorated with soft blue and gold fabrics, antique furnishings and oriental carpets. The room has a four-poster king-sized canopy bed, a marble fireplace, and an en-suite bathroom with a shower and double whirlpool tub.
Elegantly decorated with accents of burgundy and gold, the Liberty Room is located on the first floor and includes a king-sized bed with carved headboard, an ornate fireplace and an en-suite bathroom with a seated shower, a double whirlpool tub and white pearl, blue pearl and gray granite Birds of America tiles.
Located on the second floor, the Carroll Suite is the Inn’s largest and most luxurious suite decorated in warm tones of ivory and brown hues with damask ivory and tan drapes and floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the room with natural light. The Carroll Suite’s master bedroom features a beautiful four-poster king bed with canopy and chaise lounge, a sitting room has an apricot marble fireplace, daybed and elegant chandelier, and a spacious en-suite bathroom in Kashmir white and red mosaic granite and features a shower and double whirlpool tub. The Carroll Suite is popular with honeymooners and romantic couples.
The Congressional Room is an intimate second-floor room with three windows overlooking the city with embroidered green draperies, a green marble fireplace, a queen-size bed in luxury linens. A green and white marble bathroom have a shower and double whirlpool tub combination.
The Independence Suite is a historic suite dating from the 1790s and features tall ceilings, burgundy walls with six windows overlooking the city and burgundy and tan patterned curtains. The suite has an original wood mantel and fireplace, a daybed, a master bedroom with an opulent king-sized bed and French Bonaparte furniture and a marble bathroom with a lavish double whirlpool tub and shower. Romantic Getaway in Maryland: 1840s Carrollton Inn in Baltimore - Photo: The 1840s Carrollton Inn