I was in town to see an event at the Baltimore Arena and decided to stay at the Hotel Monaco. Kimpton hotels are always special and unique and this hotel was no different. This hotel did not disappoint - the room was very nice/comfortable and the staff and facilities were great. I would definitely stay here again.
The room was beautiful when I walked in. It was clean. The check in was great. Nice young lady. I had everything I needed. I can't believe i had to pay to park while I was staying there but it was the best price around. I loved my stay there and will be back. I'm going to suggest my friend stay here next time we come up. The're higher price hotels wasn't as great as mine. Thank you for the outstanding job.
Traveller from Waynesboro,PA
Located just blocks from the Downtown Inner Harbor and Harbor East, this Sleep Inn offers all of the advantages both business …More
Our two room suite with a king bed was clean and comfortable. The staff was always friendly and tried to help even when they weren't properly trained. The building is old and could use updating, and the breakfast was only OK. But the location is great and the overall experience was a positive one.
Very nice and friendly staff, in fact the person at the desk went over and beyond by providing me a list of all the amenities and things to do in the area. The rooms are very modern and clean . The great part was allowed me to check in early. The only issue I had was the AC was not working but the maintence man fixed that in five minutes. The hotel is right next to Little Italy, so there are a bunch great little restauranta to eat at. If you are asking would I stay here again, the answer is without a doubt.
Traveller from nj
Hyatt Place Baltimore Inner Harbor East offers a refreshing blend of style and innovation. Travelers will enjoy a …More
I really like this hotel for it had not only comfortable amenities, but was close to the Baltimore Convention Center and wasn't too expensive. The staff were very friendly and happy to answer our questions. They even had Law and Order on the TV in the bar when we were having breakfast! Though my only complaint is that they would put on the website that they do in fact have refrigerators in the rooms-I had called ahead to check since it wasn't clear if they were there, and the person I spoke to said it would be an extra $20 a night for one. However, there was one in my room when I arrived, so information needs to be clarified somewhere. I really liked this hotel and hope to come back here for Otakon 2016 :)
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.