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Rooms were musty and felt like they hadn't been renovated in 20 years. We valeted our car (no self park option) and when we went to pick it up we were told we would have to wait 45 minutes. Front desk attendant was totally unsympathetic...More
This place was pretty awesome. I booked through a third party and thought I would automatically get a sucky room, however o was wrong. We received a corner room that had great views with 5 windows plus a window in the bathroom which also revealed...More
I read the recent reviews of this property and I wonder if I stayed in the same hotel? Despite what others may have said recently, our visit was excellent. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We were greeted by the valet, who parked our...More
My family and I recently stayed at this hotel during a trip to catch an Orioles game. We arrived a few hours before checkin and were pleasantly greeted by Neisha who assisted us with checkin and helping us get acclimated with getting around. We booked...More
US$ 216 - US$ 355 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#28 Family Hotel in Baltimore
#30 Romantic Hotel in Baltimore
#30 Business Hotel in Baltimore
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Where's your hotel? Assuming your hotel is in mt Vernon Baltimore your best bet is to 1)uber (first ride should be free I think just download the app) otherwise I'd imagine it to be $15 or less not during rush 2)take the... More
Where's your hotel? Assuming your hotel is in mt Vernon Baltimore your best bet is to 1)uber (first ride should be free I think just download the app) otherwise I'd imagine it to be $15 or less not during rush 2)take the free bus from Bwi airport to Bwi Amtrak station, THEN take Marc or Amtrak station train into Baltimore penn station (depending on what u take could range from $4-6 one way) and then walk to your hotel. We take the train all the time with no problems just travel during daylight hours. 3)cab it probably run you$25-35 one way
The room had in my opinion normal lighting... The Halls are narrow but didn't seem dark to me... I am a custodian and always checking the cleanliness of properties, this hotel passed my test.. The bedding might not have been... More
The room had in my opinion normal lighting... The Halls are narrow but didn't seem dark to me... I am a custodian and always checking the cleanliness of properties, this hotel passed my test.. The bedding might not have been brand new but was clean and comfortable.. I was impressed with this place
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"We got a random room which had an East facing window- we could view a lovely sunrise over Mt. Vernon and..."