The 10 Best Hotels in Baltimore, Maryland

Catch a sunset from Federal Hill for the views over Baltimore
Catch a sunset from Federal Hill for the views over Baltimore | © Susan Candelario / Alamy Stock Photo
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12 November 2020

Baltimore is home to many attractions, ranging from the National Aquarium to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team. The city’s many historic neighborhoods – like Federal Hill or Mount Vernon – are often an attraction in their own right. Ensure that your overnight accommodation is as wonderful as the rest of your visit to Maryland by staying at one of these top Baltimore hotels.

Admiral Fell Inn

Boutique Hotel, Hotel
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Just under a mile and a half (2.5km) from both the Baltimore Convention Center and Johns Hopkins University, this historic boutique hotel in Fells Point is ideally situated for travelers on business or academic pursuits. A member of the Ascend Hotel Collection, Admiral Fell Inn offers 80 unique rooms and suites with traditional European furnishings. Once a boarding house and recreational center run on Christian values, it is now a fully modernized hotel.

Inn at Henderson’s Wharf

Boutique Hotel, Hotel
4.7/5 (343 Reviews)
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This charming little boutique hotel is set in one of the many historic waterfront buildings of Fells Point. Just under a mile and a half from the National Aquarium, it’s also just three miles from Oriole Park at Camden Yards for sports fans. These luxury rooms offer upscale furnishings, flat-screen TVs, mini fridges, and coffeemakers, as well as a complimentary European-style buffet breakfast and a 24-hour fitness center. With rich wooden furniture and plush carpets, the Inn at Henderson’s Wharf offers a touch of elegance for the refined guest.
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At a Glance

Free Wifi
Business Centre
Concierge Service
24 Hour Front Desk
Fitness Facilities
Laundry Facilities

The Ivy Hotel

Hotel
5/5 (55 Reviews)
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With just 18 rooms, the Ivy Hotel promises intimacy and the magical old-world charm of a historical mansion. Renovated into a modern, brick structure, this upscale boutique offers luxuries such as a private spa, library, tea room, and car service in an antique London cab. The Ivy Hotel also boasts Magdalena, an up-and-coming gourmet restaurant which is the only part of the hotel accessible to the public. Complimentary cocktails and a charming conservatory make this place a must-stay for anyone wishing to experience the high side of Baltimore life.
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At a Glance

Free Wifi
Restaurant
Full-service spa
Concierge Service
Fitness Facilities
Laundry Facilities
Multilingual Staff
Bar/Lounge

Lord Baltimore Hotel

Hotel
4/5 (1892 Reviews)
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Designed by William Lee Stoddart in 1928, this 22-story French Renaissance-style hotel is made of brick and steel. With a copper-roofed tower and magnificent glass windows, the building exudes sheer elegance. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and visited by historical personages such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Lord Baltimore Hotel is steeped in tradition. Despite its historic origins, the interior of the building is agreeably up-to-date – and the juxtaposition of original artwork and vintage prints hanging on the walls continues the theme of modernized antiquity.
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At a Glance

Free Wifi
Restaurant
Business Centre
Concierge Service
24 Hour Front Desk
Fitness Facilities
Laundry Facilities
Bar/Lounge

Monaco Baltimore, a Kimpton Hotel

Boutique Hotel, Hotel
4/5 (928 Reviews)
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Kimpton’s Monaco Baltimore is a one-of-a-kind upscale boutique hotel located in downtown Baltimore. Housed in the former Baltimore & Ohio Railroad headquarters, the 1906 Beaux Arts building artfully combines upscale contemporary design with original historical architecture. The result is a completely unique experience for guests; the high-ceilinged rooms and suites blend period details with modern luxuries, such as yoga mats and flat-screen TVs.
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Restaurant
Business Centre
Concierge Service
24 Hour Front Desk
Fitness Facilities
Laundry Facilities
Multilingual Staff
Bar/Lounge

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore

Hotel
4.8/5 (599 Reviews)
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The Sagamore Pendry Baltimore is an upmarket hotel in a restored 1914 pier building, with spectacular views across the Patapsco River. The sleek wooden interiors add a modern feel to this historic building. We recommend starting your evening with a tipple at the whiskey bar before heading down to the Rec Pier Chop House for dinner – steaks are the top choice here. Don’t leave without taking a dip in the heated outdoor pool overlooking the river.
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At a Glance

Free Wifi
Outdoor pool
Restaurant
Full-service spa
Business Centre
Concierge Service
24 Hour Front Desk
Fitness Facilities
Laundry Facilities

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  • Pier 5 Hotel Baltimore

    Hotel
    4.1/5 (930 Reviews)
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    Courtesy of Pier 5 Hotel Baltimore, Curio Collection by Hilton / Expedia
    Tucked away in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Pier 5 is a mid-range hotel, just around the corner from the National Aquarium. You’ll find modern amenities in a comfortable space throughout the 66 guest rooms. Every week, Pier 5 hosts free crab-cooking workshops, alongside regular chocolate tastings. Continue with the seafood theme by eating at their on-site McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant, or head to the steakhouse. You’ll also get a free pass to the Maryland Athletic Club with your stay.
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    At a Glance

    Free Wifi
    Outdoor pool
    Full-service spa
    Business Centre
    Concierge Service
    24 Hour Front Desk
    Fitness Facilities
    Laundry Facilities
    Multilingual Staff
    Bar/Lounge

    Hotel Revival Baltimore

    Hotel
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    Courtesy of Hotel Revival, a Joie de Vivre Hotel / Expedia
    Just as the name suggests, Hotel Revival has an old-fashioned charm. The Renaissance Revival front dates back to the 1920s, but inside the rooms are decorated in an upscale, modern style. Art lovers will appreciate that Hotel Revival is just steps away from Walters Art Museum, home to artwork stretching from 3,000 BCE to the modern day. At the end of the day, relax with a craft beer in the Topside rooftop restaurant before heading to the hotel’s own B-Side Karaoke bar for a cocktail.

    Hotel Brexton

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    This amazing 29-room Queen Anne-style hotel was built in 1881 as the childhood home of Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor. Hotel Brexton looks like a castle from the outside and feels like one from the inside. Facilities include Keurig coffeemakers, 32-inch flat-screen TVs, and available in-room spa treatments. The venue also offers a complimentary continental breakfast as well as a wine and cheese reception. Under a mile and a half (2.5km) from the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and from the Lyric Opera House, this place is perfect for the musically inclined.

    Carrollton Inn

    Inn, Hotel
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    Courtesy of 1840s Carrollton Inn / Expedia
    Originally a series of rowhomes, the oldest of which dated back to the 1700s, the 1840s Carrollton Inn later became host to the Baltimore City Life Museums before being purchased in 2003. Now fully modernized, the inn offers spacious guest rooms and suites with fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, tasteful artwork, and professionally decorated furnishings. Guests will enjoy a full breakfast, which can be served outside in the private garden courtyard. Located in Baltimore’s historic Jonestown neighborhood, this inn is within walking distance of various museums, historic sites, and the best of Little Italy’s dining.
    These recommendations were updated on November 12, 2020 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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