Hotel, staff and facilities were awesome. Room was really cool and so were amenities. Very modern, great atmosphere, neat game room, etc. Really like the flooring, not carpet, but wood. Bathroom, shower, etc. was great too and we loved the shampoo, conditioner, body gel and lotion too! Beds were SO comfy and staff were super great! Very modern look, feel and atmosphere. Only would suggest a dimmer light option in the bathroom if doable and in the hotel room/hallway and maybe another chair and desk or table. Only one chair was in the room. Loved the open feel! Great, great hotel!! Suggests that hotel staff have maps available for visitors. The staff were helpful and the bartender very nice too!
We always stay at this hotel when we come to Baltimore whether it be for the Tow Show each year or even when Scentsy had our Convention there several years back. The staff is always very nice and accommodating, very friendly. .
I was in town for 3 nights from Nov 19-22 and had a wonderful stay at this hotel. I was a little concerned after reading some of the past reviews but i was very impressed..........and I'm not that easily impressed :)
Checking in was a breeze with courteous, knowledgable, and professional staff. The daily rate was quite reasonable and the location only a few blocks from the Convention center and the Baltimore Harbor was convenient. My room was super clean and comfortable. (I always travel with my own pillows but didn't need them after all. All of the facilities in the room and the hotel worked well, absolutely no complaints. Housekeeping did a great job each day. The breakfast is nothing fancy but with pancakes, waffles, cereal, bagels, muffins, coffee and juice, it was fine. ****special shout out to the waitress who let me in on Friday morning. Nov 20th who let me in to grab a few things after I got there too late. She was super sweet.
Overall, I was very happy and would not hesitate staying here again and I would whole heartedly recommend this hotel to others.
If you are driving, avoid rush hour anywhere near the hotel. It was bumper to bumper insanity. The bus drivers and cops were the biggest offenders. The room was good. Happy hour is awesome. Breakfast amazing.
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.