Baltimore has more than its fair share of wonderful tourist attractions. Visitors will find a large number of excellent hotels and inns to choose from, many of them located right in the heart of the Inner Harbor action. Lively downtown is just a few blocks away and also boasts many convenient hotels for all tastes and budgets.
1.The Lord Baltimore Hotel
© The Lord Baltimore Hotel
The Lord Baltimore Hotel perfectly combines character-packed historical architecture with modern, elegant guestrooms and suites where both business and leisure travelers can relax and unwind. The hotel is located just three blocks from all the attractions of Inner Harbor and has partnered with several popular tourist attractions to offer visitors a range of inclusive packages to enhance your visit to Charm City. There are no less than 403 rooms and suites to choose from, each of which offers extra luxuries such as complimentary Wi-Fi, in-room refrigerators, custom-designed linens, and coffeemakers. The Lord Baltimore has a variety of venues for cocktails and dining, including the LB Tavern, the Skybar, and the lovely French Kitchen.
The Lord Baltimore, 20 W Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21201, Phone: 410-539-8400
© Four Seasons
Visitors to Baltimore will find that the Four Seasons Hotel is ideally located in the vibrant Harbor East district; all the guestrooms have great views out over the harbor, the Baltimore skyline, and the surrounding areas of Fell’s Point and Little Italy. Whether you choose a standard room or suite or opt for a private balcony, you can expect floor-to-ceiling windows, elegant modern styling, and various room configurations suitable for both family vacations and romantic couple’s escapes. Everything you need for a relaxing stay is provided, including in-room espresso machines, marble bathrooms, and complimentary Wi-Fi. When you are not exploring the amazing museums, galleries, and boutiques of Baltimore you can have a workout in the gym, take a swim in the lap pool, or enjoy the full-service spa.
Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore, 200 International Drive, Baltimore, MD 21202, Phone: 410-576-5800
3.Sagamore Pendry, Baltimore
© Sagamore Pendry
Located on Baltimore’s historic Recreation Pier in Fell’s Point and boasting a breathtaking harbor-side pool, the Sagamore Pendry Hotel has one of the most idyllic and stylish settings in the city. The hotel has been beautifully restored to its original 1914 glory and welcomes visitors to come and relax and unwind in stylish rooms and suites, all of which overlook the harbor or a peaceful garden courtyard. The location of the hotel is perfect for visiting Lexington Market (where you sample food at over 100 vendors and enjoy live music) and Fort McHenry. To visit a little further afield, you can use the Baltimore Water Taxi service. A fitness center and spa complete the picture.
Sagamore Pendry Baltimore, 1715 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231, Phone: 443-552-1400
© Hotel Brexton
Hotel Brexton is located just ten blocks north of Inner Harbor and is one of the city’s many historic hotels that have been brought thoroughly up to date without losing their charm. The spacious guestrooms are both elegant and comfortable and feature large flat-screen TVs, iPod dock, luxury body products, and even in-room Keurig coffeemakers. The hotel offers guests several attractive packages, including a discount to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. You can enjoy a European-style complimentary breakfast in the café and there are many great Mount Vernon restaurants within walking distance. Other Baltimore attractions are easily accessible via bus or rail.
Hotel Brexton, 868 Park Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201, Phone: 443-478-2100
© The Ivy
Once a gracious 19th century private home, The Ivy is now a distinguished boutique hotel offering visitors an oasis of calm and tranquility just steps away from all the attractions of bustling Baltimore. Located in the heart of Mount Vernon, guests at The Ivy have easy access to the busy harbor-front attractions as well as a plethora of boutiques, museums, theaters, restaurants, and more. When you are not exploring you can spend your days being pampered at the luxury on-site spa, enjoy refreshments in the ivy-walled courtyard, or entertain friends in one of two delightful restaurants. The guestrooms are the last word in luxury, featuring romantic draped four-poster beds and luxury linens. Your guest rate includes luxuries like afternoon tea, cocktails at the Mansion Bar, and even midnight snacks. More Things to Do in Baltimore
The Ivy Hotel, 205 E. Biddle Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, Phone: 410-514-6500
6.The Admiral Fell Inn
© The Admiral Fell Inn
The Admiral Fell Inn is spread across seven adjoining buildings in the heart of the historic Fell’s Point district, where it has been providing accommodation for a wide variety of visitors since 1900. The inn now offers beautifully renovated and character-filled guestrooms and suites and you are even welcome to bring along your four-legged best friend. To help you make the most of your time in Charm City, the Admiral Fell Inn offers visitors a range of special inclusive packages, but if you prefer to do your own exploring, you may use the complimentary shuttle service to several popular attractions or hop aboard the Baltimore Water Taxi, which stops just outside the inn.
The Admiral Fell Inn, 888 South Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21231, Phone: 410-522-7380
7.1840’s Carrolton Inn
© 1840’s Carrolton Inn
Checking into the 1840’s Carrolton Inn is a little like stepping back in time to a slower and more genteel age. The boutique bed and breakfast is located next door to the Carroll Mansion, once the home of Charles Carroll, one of the historic signers of the Declaration of Independence. Each of the guestrooms and suites in the inn is named for a significant facet in the life of Charles Carroll and is furnished in period style with authentic antiques and plush soft furnishings, while the addition of modern touches such as whirlpool tubs, in-room refrigerators, microwaves, and Wi-Fi brings the rooms firmly into the 21st century. The inn is perfectly positioned to explore historic Jonestown and you will be within walking distance of the Inner Harbor and Little Italy.
1840’s Carrolton Inn, 50 Albemarle Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, Phone: 410-385-1840
© Rachael’s Dowry
Located in a beautifully restored stately home that dates back to the 16th century, Rachael’s Dowry Bed and Breakfast is ideally located just moments from the Convention Center, the Raven’s M&T Stadium, the National Aquarium, and Camden Yards. The inn has been thoughtfully decorated to reflect its heritage – expect lovely antique furnishings cleverly combined with modern features such as walk-in marble showers, TVs, and iPod docks. Two-course gourmet breakfasts are served each morning using fresh locally sourced ingredients and the staff will be happy to suggest excellent local restaurants for dinner. When you need a break from local sight-seeing you can relax in the garden or parlor, or catch up on some work in the library.
Rachael’s Dowry Bed and Breakfast, 637 Washington Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21230, Phone: 410-752-0805
9.Inn at 2920
© Inn at 2920
Visitors seeking a modern and contemporary bed and breakfast experience for their visit to Baltimore will probably find Inn at 2920 a perfect choice. The inn is located in the heart of downtown Baltimore, convenient to O’Donnell Square and just a short walk from Fell’s Point, Inner Harbor, and the Convention Center. You can look forward to a stylishly decorated room with all the mod cons you need for a comfortable stay – super-comfortable beds, quality linens and towels, and delightful Gilchrist & Soames toiletries. In addition to a freshly prepared daily breakfast, the inn offers a complimentary all-day beverage station, concierge service, library, business center, and complimentary Wi-Fi.
The Inn at 2920, 2920 Elliot St, Baltimore, MD 21224, Phone: 410-342-4450
10.Royal Sonesta Harbor Court
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Centrally located in the heart of Inner Harbor, the Royal Sonesta Harbor Hotel has won several awards for excellence and is an ideal choice for visitors who want to be close to many of Baltimore’s prime attractions, including the Convention Center and the Baltimore Aquarium.
The 203 spacious guestrooms and suites all offer spectacular views over the harbor and the city skyline and have been thoughtfully decorated to provide a calm and peaceful ambiance. You have a choice of queen or king-sized beds and all the rooms offer coffeemakers, large flat-screen TVs, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Other on-site amenities include an indoor heated pool, sauna, whirlpool, fitness room, racquet-ball and tennis courts, and two dining options.
Royal Sonesta Harbor Court, 550 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, Phone: 410-234-0550
11.The Kimpton Hotel Monaco
© The Kimpton Hotel Monaco
The Kimpton Hotel Monaco is located in the historical former headquarters of the B&O Railroad, just minutes from the beautiful Inner Harbor waterfront. Effortlessly combining the history of the beautiful beaux arts building with all the modern conveniences you would expect from an upscale hotel, the Kimpton Monaco makes an ideal base for both business and leisure visitors, who can easily access the Convention Center, the aquarium, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, and Johns Hopkins University. Each of the stylish guestrooms and suites has been carefully decorated to provide a calm oasis at the end of each busy day and you can expect luxurious Frette linens and upscale toiletries. Round off your day with drinks and dinner at the B&O American Brasserie.
The Kimpton Hotel Monaco, 2 North Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21201, Phone: 443-692-6172
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12.Pier 5 Hotel
© Pier 5 Hotel
A bold and edgy three-story lobby welcomes guests to the Pier 5 luxury boutique hotel, located in the Inner Harbor area just a short walk from several popular tourist attractions including the Baltimore Aquarium and Pier 6 Pavilion. All the spacious rooms and suites at Pier 5 feature a comfortable seating area, workstation, and king-sized bed and some of the suites also feature a double Jacuzzi tub, wet bar, and multiple TVs. To simplify planning your Baltimore break, the hotel offers several inclusive packages, which include sightseeing helicopter rides, complimentary water taxi excursions, and more. There are two on-site restaurants to choose from if you are too tired to venture out for dinner.
Pier 5, 711 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21202, Phone: 410-539-2000
© Hotel Revival
Nestled in the heart of historic Mount Vernon, in the cultural heart of downtown Baltimore, Hotel Revival is set to provide an unusual and inviting boutique hotel atmosphere when it opens for business on the 1st of January 2018. As part of the Joie de Vivre hotel group, Hotel Revival Baltimore is planning to provide visitors with an excellent combination of old and new in a trendy location, just steps from the original Washington Monument and close to many other attractions including the Peabody Musical Institute, the Maryland Historical Society, and Johns Hopkins Hospital. The highlights of the new hotel will be a signature restaurant and bar on the ground floor and another restaurant/bar on the rooftop offering sweeping views of Charm City.
Hotel Revival Baltimore, 612 Cathedral St, Baltimore, MD 21201, Phone: 410-727-7101
14.Phoenix Risin' Bed and Breakfast
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The Phoenix Risin’ Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located in Bolton Hill within easy reach of many of the city’s popular attractions, such as the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, the Lyric Opera House, and Charles Street Restaurant Row. Guests are welcomed with a glass of champagne (or cider) upon arrival before being ushered to one of the three themed guestrooms – choose from the Sedona Room, Haitian Room, or Serengeti Room – each of which has been individually decorated in the appropriate style and offers little luxuries like comfortable robes and in-room coffeemakers. Your gracious hostess will prepare your favorite breakfast at whatever time suits you best, and to complete the pampering you can arrange an in-room massage or other spa treatment.
Phoenix Risin’ Bed and Breakfast, 429 Bolton St, Baltimore, MD 21217, Phone: 410-462-2692
15.The Baltimore Indigo Hotel
© The Baltimore Indigo Hotel
Providing a comfortable and serene oasis in the heart of bustling downtown Baltimore, the Baltimore Indigo Hotel offers all you would expect from a city boutique establishment. The style of the hotel is edgy and eclectic, boasting unusual architecture, furnishings, and décor in the public areas. The rooms and suites offer a blend of custom-designed murals, comfortable beds, spa-inspired bathrooms, and other pampering details like in-room coffeemakers and refrigerators. If you happen to like travelling with your dog, you will be pleased to hear that well-behaved dogs are welcome at the Indigo and are spoilt with special treats. The modern and inviting Poets Restaurant serves up bespoke cocktails and fresh innovative local cuisine.
The Baltimore Indigo Hotel, 24 West Franklin St, Baltimore, MD 21201, Phone: 410-625-6200
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16.Hampton Inn Baltimore Downtown
© Hampton Inn Baltimore Downtown
The Hampton Inn group of hotels and inns has been welcoming thousands of guests to their winning brand of hospitality for many years. The Hampton Inn Baltimore Downtown is perfectly located close to the Convention Center and the aquarium as well as a host of other Baltimore attractions and is perfect for both business and leisure travelers. Whether you are visiting Charm City to catch the Orioles in action at Camden Yards or to simply relax and explore all the attractions of Baltimore, the Hampton Inn Downtown provides an ideal base. The inn offers a choice of spacious and comfortable rooms and suites, all of which have Wi-Fi, coffeemakers, and blissfully comfortable beds – complimentary breakfast forms part of the deal. In addition, there is a fitness room and indoor pool.
Hampton Inn Baltimore Downtown, 550 Washington Blvd, Baltimore, MD 21230, Phone: 410-685-5000
17.Hampton Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor
© Hampton Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor
The Hampton Inn at Inner Harbor successfully combines old and new in a historic 1906 building located just two blocks from Inner Harbor. True to the Hampton Inn brand, you can expect a variety of spacious guestrooms and suites suitable for both business travelers and families, all of which offer large and comfortable beds, free Wi-Fi, generous bathrooms, and crisp fresh linen. You can catch a Baltimore Water Taxi to get just about everywhere and many of the prime city attractions are easily accessible on foot. After a busy day of work or play you can relax and stretch those muscles at the fitness center or in the indoor heated pool.
Hampton Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor, 131 East Redwood Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, Phone: 410-539-7888
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18.Hyatt Place, Baltimore Inner Harbor
© Hyatt Place, Baltimore Inner Harbor
Located close to Fell’s Point, the Hyatt Place Baltimore Inner Harbor is an ideal base for both business and leisure visitors. The hotel’s prime location enables visitors to easily access all the attractions of Inner Harbor, including the Baltimore Aquarium, the Convention Center, the Maryland Science Center, and the M&T Bank Stadium. You will find the guestrooms and suites at Hyatt Place very comfortable – expect larger-than-average rooms, all of which feature a separate sitting area with a corner lounge suite or sleeper couch. The plush Hyatt Grand Beds are super-comfy and you will also enjoy the large-screen TV, in-room coffeemaker and upscale toiletries. The 24-hour fitness room and swimming pool are the ideal place to relax after a busy day of urban adventures.
Hyatt Place, 511 South Central Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21202, Phone: 410-558-1840
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© Homewood Suites
As part of the renowned Hilton brand, the Homewood Suites offer visitors a relaxing home-from-home during their visit to Baltimore. The Homewood Suites are ideally positioned in an extensive waterfront development close to all the attractions of the vibrant Inner Harbor, making it really easy to visit the National Aquarium, USS Constellation, and a plethora of great waterfront restaurants serving fresh seafood. At the Homewood Suites, you can really spread yourself out – each suite contains a bedroom, living room, and full kitchen (including a dishwasher) but you are also welcome to enjoy a full hot breakfast every morning. If you are short of time, the hotel will happily stock the refrigerator for you. Other amenities include an on-site laundry and free Wi-Fi.
Homewood Suites by Hilton Baltimore, 625 South President Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, Phone: 410-234-0999
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© Hyatt Regency
Located right in the heart of vibrant Inner Harbor, the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor provides the ideal base for exploring many of Baltimore’s most popular attractions such as the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, and the USS Constellation. If you wish to venture further afield, you can hop aboard the Baltimore Water Taxi or try the free Charm City Circulator, which runs between the city’s prime attractions. The stylishly appointed rooms and suites all have wonderful views over the harbor and the city skyline and pamper guests with super-comfy Hyatt Grand Beds, coffeemakers, and plush pillows and duvets. You can enjoy drinks and dinner at Bistro 300 or step outside to one of the many great Inner Harbor restaurants, where seafood is the star of the show.
Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor, 300 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, Phone: 401-528-1234
21.Holiday Inn Express Baltimore - Downtown
© Holiday Inn Express Baltimore – Downtown
Guests who are looking for an ideal downtown base that will not break the bank should consider the Holiday Inn Express Baltimore Downtown. The hotel occupies the original 20th century premises of the Old Town Bank and is within easy walking distance of Inner Harbor, the Convention Center, the National Aquarium, and Fort McHenry. Sports enthusiasts can easily reach Camden Yards to watch the Orioles in action or head to the M&T Stadium to see a Ravens game. The rooms at the Holiday Inn are comfortably furnished and offer added extras such as a microwave and refrigerator, blackout shades, wide-screen TV, and free Wi-Fi. Although most of the popular attractions are nearby, the hotel offers free scheduled shuttle services to Penn Station, Johns Hopkins Campus, and the Convention Center.
Holiday Inn Express Baltimore Downtown, 221 North Gay Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, Phone: 410-400-8045
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22.Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
© Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
Located in the hip and happening Harbor East district of Baltimore, just steps away from Fell’s Point and Inner Harbor, the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront is a popular choice for both business and leisure visitors. At the Marriott, you will be able to enjoy a comfortable and welcoming guestroom with either harbor or city views. The rooms and suites have been thoughtfully furnished and decorated to create the ideal environment for relaxation and feature an in-room refrigerator, deluxe bedding, and a safe for your valuables. At the end of a busy day you can enjoy a workout at the gym, unwind in the sauna, or swim in the indoor pool. You can dine on-site at Apropoe’s Restaurant or step outside to enjoy fresh seafood and great steaks at one of the many restaurants in Inner Harbor.
Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, 700 Aliceanna Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, Phone: 410-385-3000
23.Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
© Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
If you want to be close to the water, you simply cannot beat the location of the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel, which directly overlooks the bustle of Inner Harbor. Not only does the Renaissance offer unsurpassed harbor views and possibly the best location on the waterfront, it also provides guests with elegance, luxury, and plenty of pampering. There are a variety of guestrooms for you to choose from, most of which offer stellar harbor views, marble bathrooms, and flat-screen TVs with movie channels. By day you can explore all the nearby attractions of Inner Harbor and downtown before returning to the Renaissance for a workout in the gym or a refreshing dip in the indoor pool or whirlpool tub.
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel, 202 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD21202, Phone: 401-547-1200
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24.Inn at Henderson’s Wharf
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Located right at the heart of Fell’s Point, the Inn at Henderson’s Wharf occupies an enviable location close to many popular tourist attractions. The inn was once a wharf-side tobacco factory but now offers discerning visitors a luxury boutique environment overlooking the harbor or marina. If you can tear yourself away from the lovely setting, the inn offers a complimentary shuttle service to several popular attractions or you can explore the city using the Baltimore Water Taxi (within an easy walk from the inn). The romantic and historical guestrooms feature nostalgic Hemingway-style furnishings and plush comfortable beds and amenities, and the inn offers a variety of packages to suit all tastes, including a fully inclusive option and a romance package.
Inn at Henderson’s Wharf, 1000 Fell Street, Baltimore, MD 21231, Phone: 410-522-7777
Where to Stay in Baltimore - 25 Best Hotels and Inns
- The Lord Baltimore Hotel, Photo: The Lord Baltimore Hotel
- Four Seasons, Photo: Four Seasons
- Sagamore Pendry, Baltimore, Photo: Sagamore Pendry
- Hotel Brexton, Photo: Hotel Brexton
- The Ivy, Photo: The Ivy
- The Admiral Fell Inn, Photo: The Admiral Fell Inn
- 1840’s Carrolton Inn, Photo: 1840’s Carrolton Inn
- Rachael’s Dowry, Photo: Rachael’s Dowry
- Inn at 2920, Photo: Inn at 2920
- Royal Sonesta Harbor Court, Photo: Courtesy of Christian Hinkle - Fotolia.com
- The Kimpton Hotel Monaco, Photo: The Kimpton Hotel Monaco
- Pier 5 Hotel, Photo: Pier 5 Hotel
- Hotel Revival, Photo: Hotel Revival
- Phoenix Risin' Bed and Breakfast, Photo: Courtesy of Kenishirotie - Fotolia.com
- The Baltimore Indigo Hotel, Photo: The Baltimore Indigo Hotel
- Hampton Inn Baltimore Downtown, Photo: Hampton Inn Baltimore Downtown
- Hampton Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor, Photo: Hampton Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor
- Hyatt Place, Baltimore Inner Harbor, Photo: Hyatt Place, Baltimore Inner Harbor
- Homewood Suites, Photo: Homewood Suites
- Hyatt Regency, Photo: Hyatt Regency
- Holiday Inn Express Baltimore - Downtown, Photo: Holiday Inn Express Baltimore – Downtown
- Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, Photo: Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
- Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel, Photo: Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
- Inn at Henderson’s Wharf, Photo: Courtesy of Christian Hinkle - Fotolia.com
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