Wonderful place to stay. Beautiful, clean, and convenient to many areas. Only complaint is they only offered coffee from 7 to 10 in the morning. As best as I can remember anywhere we have stayed offered complimentary coffee all the time. They did have a complimentary wine hour each day but personally I would have preferred being able to have coffee anytime.
Great place, excellent staff from front desk to housekeeping. A bit pricey, but expected in proximity to Inner Harbour. You pay for the convenience. I booked with Expedia points which cut the regular rate almost in half. I'd stay again. I would advise you book the parking with the room.
Step outside the front door of the Brookshire Suites and you’re at the center of Baltimore’s world-famous Inner Harbor …More
The crab cake guy out front is funny but his food was Great. The hotel was ok, a bit run down but ok for the price. the room was nice. So sorry for the Hotel that Baltimore is such hell hole. All night the only thing you hear is police cars and ambulances and thugs yelling on the streets or cars driving past with extremely loud hip hop horrible garbage. I feel so sorry for the police who have to try to uphold the lawlessness. The yelling on the streets at night and the disrespect for community and order is embarrassing for a city like Baltimore. Until Baltimore stops playing around and allowing the thugs to run free in their city, I will not go back to any hotel. I would not recommend anyone taking children to this hotel or city.
We had a suite which was excellent. Hotel parking was easy to find. Room was quiet and well appointed. Rate included a full hot and cold breakfast buffet which was excellent value. Hotel staff were unaware that rate included breakfast but sorted quickly when shown a copy of the booking. Close to everything we needed. ..
Hotel was newly remodeled and modern. Bed very comfortable.
Very clean. No free parking included. Food at hotel bar/restaurant was good one night and the
next substandard. Sent back undercooked food and it came back burnt. Guess that was the
chef's way of not agreeing with me. Still had to pay for it. Also, both nights I ate in restaurant, they
ran our of dessert by 6-7pm. Ridiculous.
Our hotel experience at the Embassy Suites Baltimore was great except for the parking. I have never slept in a more comfortable bed in my entire life and I am 76 years old. I wish I could buy a mattress for my home exactly like the one I slept on. Also the breakfast was fabulous. Very nice visit to the area.
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.