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Days Inn Inner Harbor - Baltimore Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$89

Days Inn Inner Harbor

100 Hopkins Place, Baltimore - Map
 
 
"great location and friendly service"
the location of this hotel is great for going to a baseball game and seeing the inner harbor. Service was very friendly and helpful.
anoldtraveler from northern NJ
3 blocks from Baltimore's Inner Harbor, this Days Inn is across the street from the Baltimore Convention Center. Dining …More
Baltimore Harbor Hotel - Baltimore Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$89

Baltimore Harbor Hotel

101 W Fayette St, Baltimore - Map
 
 
"This was a very friendly-staffed hotel"
Everyone from the doorman to the janitor was friendly and made an effort to say good morning or good evening each and every time. Apparently there is construction going on across the street and the hotel provided earplugs (nice gesture). The restaurant staff needed to be reminded to get drinks, remove dishes, check;but were also very friendly. Lots of homless across the street in the park, not too much of a bother (other than can I have spare change). We walked to Edgar Allen Poe's grave and the panhandlers were out in masses. We ducked into a local McDonalds and the cop guard (complete with holstered gun) was a welcomed relief. But the hotel staff, wonderful; room, wonderful; clean, absolutely. Reminded me of a botique hotel. I/we would definitely stay again.
Weekend2Escape from Galloway, NJ
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Hopkins Plaza, National Aquarium in Baltimore, and USS Constellation …More
Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore - Baltimore Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$119

Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore

550 Light Street, Baltimore - Map
 
 
"Nice Hotel on the Bay"
Nice location of this hotel in Baltimore. Across the street from the bay with great morning views. King room, bay side was large and clean. TV could be larger, but overall pretty good. Love the gym and indoor swimming pool!
Manchez from San Francisco, CA, USA
This hotel is across the street from the Inner Harbor, 4 blocks from the convention center, 3 blocks from Oriole Park at …More
Lord Baltimore Hotel - Baltimore Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$103

Lord Baltimore Hotel

20 W Baltimore St, Baltimore - Map
 
 
"Awesome location"
I have become a regular because I love this old landmark hotel. I hear there are plans to upgrade the lobby but hope they don't change the character.
Vi56 from Tampa Bay Florida
Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Baltimore, this Art Deco hotel is 3 blocks from the National Aquarium and …More
Best Western Plus Hotel & Conference Center - Baltimore Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$110

Best Western Plus Hotel & Conference Center

5625 O'Donnell Street, Baltimore - Map
 
 
"The Staff and mgt were awesome!"
The room was clean and had a micro wave a refrigerator and safe. The TV was a pay for so being that we were there on business had no effect on my business partner and I. Management introduced me to the business center(free to guests) and we actually wrote business while there. The warm breakfast in the morning was good, and the restaurant staff was bright eyed and bushy tailed. Very friendly. The shuttle was slightly slow and overbooked, but the driver was courteous and tried to accomodate everyone as best as humanly possible.
Empowermeup from Clifton, N.J.
Situated in Baltimore, this hotel is close to Canton Waterfront Park, Korean War Memorial, and Patterson Park. Local …More
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel - Baltimore Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel

202 E Pratt St, Baltimore - Map
 
 
"This hotel made us feel welcome from start to finish"
WOW, this hotel made my husband and I feel welcome from the time we stepped in the door, even before we stepped in the door. We were greeted outside. We were greeted with a mango mint tea with a shot of vodka. The staff could not have been more friendly. LaDonna and Derek were most helpful and pleasant and we thank them. I work for one of the largest companies in the US and I know customer service.They know what customer service is all about!We had a great stay and would recommend the Renaissance.
SteppinStyle from PA
Adjacent to the Gallery mall, this Baltimore hotel is across from Harborplace, 3 blocks from the National Aquarium, and 1 …More
Hyatt Regency Baltimore - Baltimore Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hyatt Regency Baltimore

300 Light St, Baltimore - Map
 
 
"Wonderful Destination"
Beautiful hotel, easy to access Baltimore's inner harbor with the cross walks. Pool was great for the children.
Janet23
Skywalks link this gleaming 14-story hotel to the Baltimore Convention Center on one side and the Inner Harbor on the other …More
Hotel Monaco Baltimore, a Kimpton Hotel - Baltimore Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Monaco Baltimore, a Kimpton Hotel

2 North Charles Street, Baltimore - Map
 
 
"Elegant hotel with wonderful service!"
We planned a quick, last-minute getaway and chose the Monaco because of its historical significance.  The photos online really make the place look spectacular.  Believe me, they don't begin to do justice to the reality.  This is the former headquarters of the B&O Railroad, and the building has been restored to its former glory with great attention to detail.  In addition, the guest rooms had an overhaul just a few years ago, so everything is perfect, tasteful, and worth a trip to Baltimore for any history buff.  Add a staff that can't seem to do enough for the guests, a top-notch restaurant, and a location just about five blocks from the Inner Harbor, and the Monaco becomes a near-perfect choice.  We booked a Mediterranean Suite, and were not sorry.  The cost was well within keeping with similar suites we've booked in other hotels, and far lower than a few.   There are many hotels in the area surrounding the Inner Harbor, and some are closer to the attractions, but the Monaco adds a little flavor to a vacation to an area that is family-friendly and of great historical significance.  Wonderful place to stay!
JMFriedman from New Jersey
Situated in the city center, this eco-friendly hotel is close to Hopkins Plaza, National Aquarium in Baltimore, and USS …More
Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore - Baltimore Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$399

Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore

200 International Dr, Baltimore - Map
 
 
"AMAZING"
AMAZING it was an awesome hotel and it was just the nicest staff and everything was close
Jblade from Bryant, AR, USA
This luxury hotel is located in Baltimore (Harbor East), close to National Katyn Memorial, National Aquarium in Baltimore …More
Brookshire Suites Baltimore's Inner Harbor - Baltimore Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Brookshire Suites Baltimore's Inner Harbor

120 E Lombard St, Baltimore - Map
 
 
"Very nice for the location"
I walked 20 yards and I was at the Harbor and right next to the Baseball field, The only negative, I'm glad I'm only 5'08 those ceilings are very low so be aware if you're over 6'00 watch your head.
Debo02571
Located in the heart of Baltimore, this hotel is within walking distance of The Gallery and USS Constellation. Also nearby …More

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    Hotels in Baltimore

    Book a stay at a charming hotel in Charm City! Browse our listings of hotels in Baltimore, MD, to find the perfect room for your trip. You can see ratings, customer reviews, and prices when viewing available hotels. Baltimore is a beautiful city in the arm of the Chesapeake Bay. Dubbed "a city of neighborhoods," the independent city contains a large amount of districts, so it can be hard to figure out where to look for cheap hotels. In Baltimore, MD, you can find a room based on your itinerary and the attractions you're interested in. For example, if you're a sports fan, find rooms near Oriole Park at Camden Yards, or if you're attending a meeting or convention, you can find hotels near Baltimore Convention Center. Find the perfect room based on what you want to do in Baltimore.

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    Celebrate the Bay

    There are hundreds of ways to enjoy the beautiful Inner Harbor. Get a good view of what you want to do by journeying to the Top of the World. Then, it's time to set sail! Go aboard the Pride of Baltimore II and sail away on a true reproduction of an 1812-era topsail Baltimore Clipper. It's just like living history! Or you could choose to serve on a more saucier vessel swimming with piratical destiny: the good ship Fearless of the Urban Pirates. Journey with children for a really family-friendly adventure. Adults could also enjoy a B.Y.O.G. (Bring Your Own Grog) trip. You can also enjoy the harbor and burn some calories by paddling with Baltimore Paddle Boats (if you're going with kids, ride the "Chessie" monster paddle boat) or while riding a water taxi. While appreciating what's on top of the sea is important, appreciating the world under the sea is important, too. Visit the wildlife at the National Aquarium. Children and adults can learn to respect sea life and have face-to-face encounters with dolphins and sharks. The aquarium also houses a huge array of reptiles, invertebrates, fish, and birds.

    Learn About Our Nation's History

    Baltimore is a perfect place to learn about U.S. history, providing a real, tangible way to interact with history today. Visit the Historic Ships in Baltimore, such as the USS Constellation or the USS Torsk, to get a real look at ships of the past. Near the area, you'll also be able to visit the important historic landmark Fort McHenry, where Francis Scott Key continued to see the broad stripes and bright stars gallantly streaming as he penned "The Star-Spangled Banner." Plan to visit during a re-enactment. On the outskirts of Baltimore is the Hampton National Historic Site, an expansive 63-acre park and mansion with a fascinating view into history. Perhaps you're more interested in the hair-raising and spooky stuff: Join Baltimore Ghost Tours, visit during Halloween, or go to the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum.

    Taste Greatness

    It's almost a requirement to get steamed blue crabs and/or a crab cake while in Baltimore, MD. Taste this great seafood at Costas Inn, Faidley Seafood, L.P. Steamers, Shultz's Crab House, or Captain James Seafood Palace. This landscape has a rich, hearty cuisine, with excellent foods in small mom-and-pop shops and pristine restaurants. Visit some local favorites like Charleston Restaurant, The Brewer's Art, Salt, Thames Street Oyster House, Of Love and Regret, Fork & Wrench, or Birroteca. Learn something about food while you're visiting and book a cake class with the Food Network stars at Charm City Cakes. To get a perspective on many different kinds of foods, join Charm City Food Tours on an exciting journey.

    Get Your Nerd On

    Never be ashamed of showing off your inner nerd in Baltimore, whether you're enthusiastic about anime, comics, video games, or cosplay. Nerds are the lifeline of celebrating and uplifting unique subcultures, and they can feel welcome here, especially during one of the many conventions happening in the area. Otakon alone brings in about 30,000 fans to the city. Celebrating anime, manga, and video games, the convention celebrates Asian pop culture on American soil. You can also find Baltimore Comic-Con, which brings in about 15,000 fans of comic books to the area. There are numerous other sci-fi and fantasy conventions in the area, too, like Shore Leave and JohnCon. If you're in the area while there's no convention happening, stop by Geppi's Entertainment Museum, which features comics and superhero paraphernalia, including some of the very first Action Comics.

    Enjoy the Arts

    The enthusiasm for celebrating unique subcultures is coupled by an enthusiasm for art in Baltimore. Hotels near the university area are often close to beautiful local museums such as the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Walters Art Museum. For a really interactive and truly unique viewing, visit the fun American Visionary Art Museum. It's a great experience for kids of any age, often featuring artists with little to no experience. See the artist's haven and local studios at Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower. You can also enjoy the arts during many different local festivals and events, like Artscape. On the other hand, if you're enthusiastic about the written word, you'll want to visit the historic and beautiful Enoch Pratt Free Library or get free books from The Book Thing.

    Visit Baltimore Today

    The best times to visit Baltimore typically are from June to August, but book early, as Baltimore hotels tend to fill up during this peak season. Fall and spring are quite nice as well; however, there is typically a great deal of precipitation during this season and year-round. Winter months are quite chilly; occasionally, there is a small amount of snowfall. Coordinate your trip around whether or not you're attending the major conventions like Otakon (which typically takes place in late July or early August). Also note times of graduations of local prestigious universities like Johns Hopkins University, the University of Baltimore, and Loyola University. Travelocity can help you book your hotel quickly and easily. You can also buy a vacation package, which often includes a flight, hotel, and car rental in one bundled deal. Find the best packages online and book your room today!

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