pet friendly hotels in Parkville, MD

1. Holiday Inn Express Towson Baltimore N (2-star hotel)

About this hotel

Off I-695, this unpretentious hotel is 9 miles from the National Great Blacks In Wax Museum and 13 miles from the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.Warmly decorated rooms offer free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. suites add separate living roomsA breakfast buffet is complimentary, as is parking. There’s a seasonal outdoor pool and a fitness center, plus meeting/conference rooms, and a ballroom with banquet facilities.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the large rooms, which have TVs
  • Guests praised the beds
  • Some guests disliked the showers
  • 7 min drive to the Hampton National Historic Site
  • Guests praised the friendly, professional service
  • Guests mentioned “Housekeeping” 12 times
  • The fitness center has weight machines and free weights
  • The hotel has a nightclub

Feedback From Real Customers

Robert Glenn

A very nice hotel for extended stays and short trips I was here for a couple weeks and the room was very spacious and well laid out Light switches took a minute to figure out and the bed side lights were a little brighter than expected

The staff was exceptionally friendly and welcoming and made it a point to greet me whenever our paths crossed The amenities included a well stocked breakfast every morning, featuring fresh scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage gravy, warm biscuits, hot and cold cereals, fresh fruit, juices, toast, and lots of coffee! The hotel also features an exercise center with treadmills, stationary bikes, an elliptical machine(I believe), and a free weight rack with some benches There was always cleaning and sanitizing supplies on hand as well This is a wonderful hotel offset right beside the 695 entrance and just off one of the main roads through Towson, so access to comings and goings are very simple I thoroughly recommend this Holiday Inn Express if you’re stopping or staying in the Towson/Northern Baltimore area

Kenyon Bajus

Clean and comfortable Didn’t bother using the WiFi, gym or pool Free breakfast had lots of options

Eggs could have been better Front desk staff was friendly and pleasant Booked adjoining rooms, but they weren’t available upon arrival Close to the city with free parking seemed like a better option than staying in the city and dealing with parking garages Overall fine stay

2. Wilson House Bed & Breakfast (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

In a grand, turreted Victorian townhouse built circa 1880, this refined B&B is 17 minutes’ walk from Baltimore Penn train station, a mile from the Walters Art Museum and 3 miles from the National Aquarium.Elegant, TV-free rooms feature period-style decor and antique furnishings, and have private or shared bathrooms. Suites offer separate living rooms with sofabeds. Bright apartments add kitchens.Hot breakfast is served in a formal, chandelier-lit dining room; free wine and cheese is offered in the evenings. Other common areas include a genteel library, a sunroom, a homey TV lounge, and a sitting room with a piano. Parking is available.

Things You Need to Know

  • 5 min drive to the Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory and Botanic Gardens of Baltimore
  • 8 min walk to nearest transit
  • Guests praised the service
  • Guests praised the breakfast

Feedback From Real Customers

Nancy H

We really enjoyed our stay here The hosts are absolutely lovely and so very interesting The breakfast was excellent

Our room was very comfortable and quiet I was amazed to learn that the inn was sold out because I didn’t hear any other guests It was only when I saw others at breakfast did we realize we were not alone I will stay here again and recommend it to others

Eric S

My stay at Wilson House B&B was three years in the making, but more than worth the wait I enjoy old charm and turn of the century hotels and houses I had found Wilson House while viewing the Baltimore 10-Miler race start/finish and route

It is perfectly central to the light-rail line serving BWI and Amtrak station, eateries near the art college campus, local eateries down the street, and Druid Hill Park – the race start/finish I stayed two nights Clelia is a delightful, dutiful host Wonderful stories to share, enjoys talking about the multitudes of collections of all sorts of things throughout the house: artwork, international treasures, her husband’s (Guy’s) challenge coins and military (mostly nautical) models, and more She is also a wonderful cook The table setting in the morning, I felt like I was English royalty preparing for tea The evening wine and cheese time was pleasant, relaxing, and a wonderful opportunity to meet other guests Guy was not home during my stay Perhaps another time I am not posting pictures because you need to see it all first hand for yourself My room was the Purple Room A private room with private bath 3rd floor Lots of steps as there are with old, tall homes Window A/C units in each of the bath and bedroom Bedroom closet is a large walk-in with a sitting table should you need to sit down to put on makeup or get ready The shower head is an adjustable wand with multiple settings If the water pressure is weak, turn the head and you’ll be fine Enjoy your stay!

Miss Lapid

Enjoyed my very first ever B&B experience!Guy and Clelia are such wonderful hosts Their house is immaculately clean and filled with amazing items Guy collected through the yearsThe Victorian architecture is complemented by good solid furnishings and modern conveniences

I am so impressed that I already booked another night!

3. Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore/White Marsh (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

A 5-minute drive to Interstate 95, this contemporary hotel is a 4-minute walk to shopping and dining at The Avenue at White Marsh.All rooms and suites offer classic decor and custom-designed beds, plus flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, microwaves, minifridges and free WiFi.A buffet or cooked-to-order breakfast is available (fee), and there’s an on-site restaurant with an outdoor patio serving American cuisine, as well as a low-key bar and 24/7 convenience store. Other amenities include a fitness center and indoor pool, plus a business center and 6,000 sq ft of event space.

Things You Need to Know

  • 14 min drive to Gunpowder Falls State Park
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Some guests disliked the unclean rooms and the beds
  • Guests mentioned the bathrooms are unclean
  • Guests mentioned fitness centers 14 times
  • The fitness center has free weights
  • One of the few hotels in the area with an indoor pool
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a bar

Feedback From Real Customers


I never am one to complain because I am a very understanding human being and have worked in the service industry for years That being said, this was the worst hotel experience of our life My family booked this hotel because we always have great Hilton experiences

However, during our stay we checked in very late ( due to travel delays) When we opened the door to our room we could smell the smoke so badly it was making us sick and my kids slept with face masks on so they wouldn’t smell it The bathroom fixtures were falling off the walls Dirt piles built up in the corners of the bathroom and awful stains all over the carpets from the living room area to the bedroom All of the furniture was scratched and should have been thrown out 10 years ago The picture of the room I booked and paid for was absolutely not the room I got My family didn’t feel safe, however checking in so late we got 4 hours of sleep we could not get out fast enough When I went to complain about the experience the only thing the person said to me was “ well why didn’t you complain so we could change your room?” Because it was 1:30am and we had been traveling for 14 hours I have never been so upset and disgusted by a hotel before Please do your research before staying at this hotel I promise it’s not worth it There’s plenty of options in this area Don’t get scammed like we did

deborah Hildt

We have stayed here a few times ! It is close to shopping and restaurants Right off I 95 This time we brought our fur babies and only had to pay a one time fee for the whole stay

I would of given them a 5 however some of the staff wasn’t real friendly! Also the rooms we very clean and nice However the refrigerator froze everything in the fridge, there wasn’t any coffee cups had to ask for some We had a king bed I think they could of used some new fitted sheets They were off the corners Over all it is a nice place and not bad prices We will definitely go back when we are in town

mark Schilling


Every time we stay there they always go out of their way to make certain we are taken care ofI always see them busting their butts to keep the hotel right multi-tasking in all aspects Always !!!!I have witnessed their super friendliness and excellent work ethicsI own a company and I know how hard it is to find good employees – especially in these days I wish I had a team like these folksI Thank them all !!!!!!

4. Express Inn (2-star hotel)

  • Address: 16 Dunvale Rd, Towson, MD 21204
  • Phone: (410) 823-2682
  • Ratings: 4.0 (98 reviews) Very good
  • Website : Express Inn
  • Check-in time: 1:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 11:00 AM
  • Quick Summary: Straightforward accommodations with free Wi-Fi, minifridges & microwaves in a basic budget property.

About this hotel

Less than a mile from Interstate 695, this basic budget hotel is 2 miles from Hampton National Historic Site, an 18th-century plantation, and 4 miles from Cromwell Valley Park.Straightforward rooms accessed by exterior doors feature complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. All have en suite bathrooms, minifridges and microwaves.Parking is complimentary.

Things You Need to Know

  • 6 min drive to the Hampton National Historic Site
  • Guests praised the service

Feedback From Real Customers

EmmaLee Griffith

This place is not fancy But It was clean – smelled and looked clean and no bedbugs

The ac and heat worked The sheets were clean and comfy The pillows were ok Tv worked, but the fridge did not – or maybe it wasn’t turned to cold or plugged in We didn’t investigate This is a basic, but decent place to spend the night I would stay here again

Christina Walker

It looks a little sketchy from the outside but looks can be deceiving It’s a pretty good deal if you’re needing an affordable room Our room was suffiently clean and pleasant

The owner was very friendly I was worried after reading some TripAdvisor reviews but they must have been under old ownership Not for you if you want pool but the TV channel selection was better than a lot of other similarly priced places

5. Lord Baltimore Hotel (3-star hotel)

  • Address: 20 W Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21201
  • Phone: (410) 539-8400
  • Ratings: 4.1 (2227 reviews) Very good
  • Website : Lord Baltimore Hotel
  • Check-in time: 4:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 11:00 AM
  • Quick Summary: Elegant rooms & suites in a circa-1928 hotel with dining & a rooftop bar, plus a fitness room.

About this hotel

Set in a 1928 building in downtown Baltimore, this elegant hotel is a mile from both the University of Maryland, and Oriole Park at Camden Yards.Refined rooms feature contemporary furnishings, original artwork and vintage prints, as well as flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. All also have minifridges, coffeemakers and work spaces. Suites add separate sitting areas and dining tables.Dining options include a bakery, a modern tavern, and a seasonal rooftop bar with city views. There’s also a 24-hour fitness center. Valet parking is available for a fee.

Things You Need to Know

  • Walking distance to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the USS Constellation
  • Guests liked the friendly service
  • Guests liked the restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “taverns” 25 times
  • Guests praised the nightlife
  • Guests praised the seasonal bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Alex Ginsberg

Check in at the hotel was a bit of a mess Room wasn’t ready until 1hr after the 4:30 check in time and they did not give any advance notice The staff seemed very overwhelmed by the amount of guests that day

The bar was closed, so there wasn’t much to do while waiting for the room besides sit in the lobbyThe room itself was good Comfy beds and everything was clean Fair for the price, but nothing too special Felt a little small for our party of 3, but good if you aren’t planning on being in the room too muchTrying to get our car at checkout was tough The valet attendant said it would take about an hour to get our car if we waited He instead gave us the address of where the cars are kept so I could pick it up myself, just a 5 minute walk away Considering the late check in + having to get my own car, I would have expected they offer a discount on the $33 valet parking they chargedIf this is the only hotel with availability, staying here is fine, but there are definitely better hotels in the area

Joseph Jones

Right now they are in the middle of some renovations All amenities are not available The bar was closed, also the gym

There is a bistro that serves food and drinks Shower heads leaked water, but good pressure If you like historic hotels you will like the Lord Baltimore It was quiet inside the rooms except for the occasional emergency vehicle siren The road in front of the building is being repaired, lots of steel plates The housekeeping staff was great and rooms were clean as expected Would like to stay there again once everything is completed

Shantelle Ozzy

I think this hotel has potential Nice lobby, except for the fact that the bar isn’t available, the cafe closes at 9pm, and the gym is closed downMy evening was turned off by the valet attendant

When I pulled up the girl just sat at the desk starring at me and wasn’t interested in seeing what I needed I came out the car and said, “do you do valet?” She said yes with an attitude and said if I haven’t checked in, to go park somewhere else I was so irritated that I went looking for parking elsewhere The location of the hotel doesn’t have convenient parking, so I went back to the valet The website says self parking and valet parking for one price, but when you get there, the valet is a higher price and there is no self parking available I called the front desk and the staff was nice after I told them that they should honor what their website saysAfter I finally checked in and went to my room, there were towels in my toilet The front desk fixed it and brought new towels, but it was just weird The outlet for the coffee and microwave was faulty and there were no cups I had to hold the cord in place for both to workI will say that the staff (outside of the valet) were accommodating I don’t like the location of this hotel or the parking situation, but they are making more renovations, so maybe next year it will be better I think the hotel should update their website to what they actually have available, so that people aren’t surprised upon arrival

6. Admiral Fell Inn Baltimore Harbor, Ascend Hotel Collection (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

This historic, upscale inn in Fell’s Point is 1.4 miles from the Baltimore Convention Center and 1.4 miles from Johns Hopkins University.The uniquely furnished rooms and suites come with traditional European-style furnishings, coffeemakers and flat-screen TVs. Upgrades have additions ranging from balconies to Jacuzzi tubs.Amenities include 2 restaurants, a pub, a business center and an observation deck. The hotel services fee includes WiFi, local shuttle service and fitness center access.

Things You Need to Know

  • 7 min drive to the Port Discovery
  • Some guests complained about the beds and others disliked the furniture
  • Some guests complained about the bathrooms
  • Guests praised the service
  • Guests liked the restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “dogs” 20 times
  • The hotel has a boutique store

Feedback From Real Customers

Shannon Davidson

This hotel is in a great location in Fells point I’ve stayed here in the past and had a great experience, but this time I was really disappointed with the housekeeping We checked in and our bathroom walls were covered in light brown liquid

I asked the front desk to have it cleaned and the person cleaning still missed spots of this brown liquid on the wall I noticed at bedtime our sheets were stained The next day housekeeping didn’t show up at all The front desk was supposed to send towels up, but that didn’t happen either Overall, the front desk staff was very nice, and I think the hotel is cool and in a great location I hope the housekeeping issue is addressed because it definitely negatively impacted our stay

Austin McAfee

Very cute hotel Good location if you choose to go out earlier in the eveningOnly complaint is that the hotel is still living in the past

A simple example is that the TV doesn’t even have a guide You literally have to scroll through channels like it’s the 80’s This may have been sufficient in the past, but it’s 2022 for God’s sake Most other hotels are offering free streaming services, but I can’t even get a guide for basic cable here You only realize the conveniences of most places after another place lacks themAdapt to the times please

John Hollis

Marisa and Jack were exceptional, made me feel right at home and were super friendly and personable Rooms were very clean and I enjoyed the historical significance of the hotel and the look of everything too The lobby transports you back to a simpler time and everything looks fantastic

The GM Jonathan has done a mighty fine job Also got to meet Mary, the controller, what a down to earth and majestic person, so polite and informative I’ll definitely recommend AFI to all I know visiting Charm City

7. Sheraton Baltimore North Hotel (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

This unpretentious hotel with a redbrick exterior is a mile from Hampton National Historic Site and 10 miles from the Cylburn Arboretum.Down-to-earth rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus safes, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some provide access to a club lounge.Amenities include a restaurant/bar, a heated indoor pool and a gym. There’s also a cafe, guest laundry facilities and meeting space. Breakfast and parking are available.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the large rooms and the beds
  • 5 min drive to the Hampton National Historic Site
  • Guests liked that this hotel is near shopping
  • One of the few hotels in the area with 24-hr room service
  • Guests mentioned “shopping malls” 61 times
  • Guests mentioned lobbies 33 times
  • The fitness center has weight machines and free weights
  • One of the few hotels in the area with an indoor pool

Feedback From Real Customers

Usiwoma Abugo

My sister had a wedding this past weekend at the Sheraton! It was the perfect! The venue was fantastic Our wedding coordinators – Kathleen B until she went until maternity leave and then we had Stephanie D were TOP NOTCH

They were always available to answer any questions that we had They provided my sister and mother with 5 star service and met them many times to make sure that the details were perfect The hall was beautiful The video they had running outside the hall was a special touch that upgraded the event The hotel block was perfect as well they kept us all on the same floor so we had an awesome time before and after the wedding I would recommend this venue and hotel to anyone looking for a 5 star staff, hotel, event planner and all around venue!!! We will be back Thank you Sheraton for making my sisters special day FANTASTIC!!!!

Donnie Carado

It’s my first time staying at this hotel The hotel was quiet and not too busy when my wife and I were there The staff are nice and the room is clean

The breakfast buffet could be better for its price But then again, the friendly and attentive staff, the quietness and cleanliness more than made up for its lack in food selectionsWould also be nice if the hotel upgrades the lobby, restaurant, hallways and rooms None of these made my experience any worse but would help create a more luxurious and inviting ambience especially since it is the only major hotel in this area since the Marriott near Towson University closed

Brittany Foodie

The toilet did not work I called the front desk twice and no one from “engineering” came I had to keep coming downstairs to use the restroom

The towels were DINGY The sheets were not white I had to sleep on top of the bed fully clothed since the chair had stains all over it also Beyond Disgusted The final time around 12:30am I couldn’t take using the restroom downstairs since there was a prom going on there was no one at the front desk to assist After all that I just went to sleep in my car

8. Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Set in a restored neo-Gothic office building, this hip downtown hotel is a 6-minute walk from Charles Center metro station, a 9-minute walk from the Inner Harbor’s National Aquarium and a mile from baseball at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.Airy, contemporary rooms have pillow-top mattresses and harbor views, and come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, sitting areas and minibars. Upgraded rooms add pull-out sofas, while suites offer dining tables.An artsy coffee bar and restaurant features live performances and an event stage. Additional amenities include loaner bikes and a fitness room. Pets are welcome.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests mentioned the rooms are large
  • Guests praised the showers
  • Guests mentioned the bathrooms are large
  • Walking distance to the USS Constellation and the Port Discovery
  • The hotel has a concierge
  • Guests praised the architecture
  • The hotel has a game room

Feedback From Real Customers

Joe Amditis

The Hotel RL has very clean and tidy rooms They have incredibly nice and helpful hotel staff The location is also top notch

I will say that the amenities in the individual rooms leave something to be desired, however There are no dressers or drawers to put your things or clothing There was also no microwave or coffee station in the room either They did have a mini fridge but it was just sitting on the floor

Melissa Talamonti

The person checking us in was very hospitable and accommodating We got there extremely early before our room was ready and we were able to leave our luggage and walk around The room itself was fine for the amount we paid

However, we only got one towel per person The streets were very noisy every night and woke us up most of the time Although it’s in a great location downtown, I guess that’s the trade off

Tatum Standley

We stayed for a weekend The restaurant downstairs is recently and permanently closed Staff was sparse but generally helpful

The room was clean enough and technically wheelchair accessible (as was the lobby), tho the elevators were quite tight The room we stayed in had no grab bars of any kind in the bathroom Unfortunately even from the 7th floor with windows facing a fairly quiet street, we heard every laugh, scream, siren, car door, etc all night long which wasn’t exactly restful Nothing terrible, nothing special

9. Hotel Brexton (3-star hotel)

  • Address: 868 Park Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201
  • Phone: (888) 875-8769
  • Ratings: 4.1 (168 reviews) Very good
  • Website : Hotel Brexton
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Check-out time: 12:00 PM
  • Quick Summary: Upmarket hotel in an 1881 residence offering breakfast & Wi-Fi, plus receptions with wine & cheese.

About this hotel

Set in an 1881 redbrick building that was the childhood home of Wallis Simpson, the Duchess of Windsor, this upscale hotel is 4 minutes’ walk from the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and 8 minutes’ walk from the Patricia & Arthur Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric.Sophisticated rooms come with Keurig coffeemakers and flat-screen TVs, as well as Wi-Fi and iPod docks. In-room spa treatments are available.Continental breakfast and limited parking are available, as are regular receptions with wine and cheese.

Things You Need to Know

  • Walking distance to the Maryland Historical Society and the Walters Art Museum
  • 6 min walk to nearest transit

Feedback From Real Customers

Mechalley Dyer

Would’ve been much better if we’d had curtains in the eastern facing windows Guess they want you up early Everything is clean

Bed is very firm Building looks like they have recently renovated itAddition: there were only electrical outlets on one side of the bed No table or lamp or anything for the other side We were in room 501 Our friends were in 204 and they did have curtains A/C worked great If anyone used the spiral staircase everyone in the building could hear it To be fair, it is a really old building Not sure I like the “no contact” and all electronic check in I’d at least have liked to have had a phone number for someone if I had a problem Decent place but probably wo t stay there again mainly due to the price being so high and how little you get for it


The positive: The unit was clean Bed was comfortable Air-conditioning worked

Nice TV in the room Neat looking building from the exterior They honored the AAA price for the unit (10% discount) Truly a contactless facility if your worried about CovidThe negative: No staff in the building to help you if you need it When you do need to contact them you have to contact them via email and response time varied significantly (it was never immediate, but they did eventually respond) The phone number for the facility online is disconnected Limited number of electrical outlets in the room making it difficult with 3 people are in the room No where to store your luggage temporarily on check out day if you have a late afternoon flight (there is no front desk)— contacted them via email and was only given an option of paying an additional $45 for a late checkout which was very inconvenient “Cleaning fee” Raises the price significantly of the unit per night We had no one clean our unit while we were there for only 2 nights (our choice), but still paid the flat $75 fee for the cleaning For the same $150 I paid for each night I could’ve stayed at a Hyatt downtown and had breakfast provided plus be much closer to downtown and all of the restaurants/activities Instead had to pay for Uber to get downtown because really did not feel safe walking around the neighborhood

Alice Gottesman

While my stay at the Hotel Brexton was overall a positive experience, I did want to share why I am only giving it 3 stars:- The check-in process is confusing You need to go through it digitally since the hotel is all contactless There is no one physically at the hotel to help you

– The elevator inspection and registration expired in January 2022 I reached out to their virtual front desk about updating it and did not receive a response- Misleading amenities Microwave was listed as an amenity, but the room did not have one—there was one microwave in the lobby Netflix was listed as an amenity, but I had to sign into my own account on their Roku- The bathroom sink was very difficult to turn off and water would sometimes overflow from the handle- The water temperature of the bathroom sink and the shower seemed to have two settings: hot and scorching hot- Paid for a cleaning fee but the room was never cleaned during my 5 night stay- I’ve seen similar reviews, which concerns me regarding the hotel’s diligence in addressing known issuesAll of that said, the room was clean, comfortable, and got lots of natural light However, it’s overpriced for what you get and is best for someone low-maintenance

10. Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott White Marsh (2-star hotel)

About this hotel

This straightforward hotel is 4 miles from Gunpowder Falls State Park, 8 miles from Martin State Airport and 14 miles from Baltimore Inner Harbor.Bright rooms have free Wi-Fi, desks, flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels, and coffeemakers. Suites add separate living areas with pull-out sofas and minifridges; some have whirlpool tubs.A hot breakfast buffet and an airport shuttle are complimentary. There’s also a 24/7 convenience store, as well as a seasonal outdoor pool, a hot tub and a fitness center. Other amenities include a business center and laundry facilities. Parking is available for a fee.

Things You Need to Know

  • 13 min drive to Gunpowder Falls State Park
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests mentioned “shopping malls” 10 times
  • Guests mentioned lobbies 11 times
  • The fitness center has weight machines and treadmills
  • One of the few hotels in the area with an outdoor pool
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Chris Moore

We came to Baltimore to visit some friends and stayed here We checked in and had some issues

gum on the floor (that was missed in cleaning), our room was only cleaned 1 out of the 4 nights we were there, we had to continuously ask for towels, and the breakfast was not worth the amount per night The positives are that the desk staff was very quick to answer our questions and address our concerns The biggest plus of this hotel is LOCATIONlocationLOCATION!!!! You are less than 10 mins from major shopping (Target,Mall etc) and eateries Easily accessible to highway and AVOIDING TOLLS!!!

Daniel Nealy

It was a hotel room Breakfast was lacking quite a bit My girlfriend and I went to breakfast the first morning, one hour before breakfast was to end and there was one carton of milk and nothing better than sandwiches and soggy/bagged waffles

The pool looked ready to use, but there was a chain holding the gate shut The ATM and one of the elevators were both out of order

Jonathan McHugh

A surprisingly good experience here Definitely feels like the Marriot takeover brought quality to the brand Our 1 bedroom “suite” was decent, felt like a good sized studio apt minus the kitchen (tho there was a microwave, so bonus points)

The bed was a bit to be desired but fine enough for a quick stay (2 nights for a family gathering) Has Netflix/Youtube built in to the tvs which was nice Downstairs they serve bfast, coffee from 7-10 and its limited but decent, perfect for a quick bite Theres a small convenience stall there you can get some essentials Pool was closed while there but looks small tbhTheres also plenty to do close by, the Ave at White Marsh is walking distance away But they sell out Quick on weekends, so if youre gonna book, do it a week or so in advance Parking is free also w your stay Our rate was cheaper than Airbnb’s in the area, so we’d probs book again if we come back down

11. Hampton Inn & Suites Baltimore North/Timonium (2-star hotel)

About this hotel

This straightforward hotel is 15 miles from both baseball games at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and the National Aquarium, and 28 miles from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.Streamlined, modern rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers. Suites add pull-out sofas, wet bars, minifridges and microwaves.Parking is included, as is hot breakfast served in a relaxed dining area. There’s also an indoor saltwater pool and an exercise room. There’s a coin-operated laundry.

Things You Need to Know

  • The rooms have TVs and kitchenettes
  • 12 min drive to the Hampton National Historic Site
  • Guests praised the friendly service
  • Guests mentioned lobbies 12 times
  • Guests praised the fitness center

Feedback From Real Customers

Brandon Mitchell

The entire experience there was spectacular, relaxing and just amazing The two room hotel that my mom and I stayed in was clean, smelled good, and was beautiful The beds were comfy

It had a coffee pot There was a super big tv available with all the channels one would wantBut there are two special people who work here and that is the hotel manager Nikki and the overnight front desk agent Andrew Nikki has so much compassion, class, and honor She really helped my mom and I out when we had an home emergency She was right there with her warmth and understanding Andrew also was a true gentleman overnight He was cool, caring and funnyIt was a memorable experienceHighly recommend a stay there

Tom Hodges

I booked 2 rooms when I got my confirmation it only had 1 room so I called to make sure I had 2 rooms I confirmed on checking in I attempted to book 2 rooms only received one confirmation I was charged for two rooms and then I received an additional charge 2 days later for another room and was unable to get a manager to talk to me to take to charge off

In addition to that the 1 room had a terrible smellterrible service and no follow uphad to call my credit card provider to dispute false charge

Henry K

I hoped for much better I decided to stay here based on being a Hilton member and expecting a basic comfortable room The room was great on the cleanliness side and the amenities were okay which were fine weather decent room setup

The problems were the basics The bed and pillows feel like they were from a cut rate hotel complete with squeaky springs in the bed Very uncomfortableThe hot water was inadequate as well The water barely got warm on the first morning, and a little bit better the second The third morning it was better but it was also later in the morning The explanation was that everyone was probably trying to shower at the same time For a major hotel chain that should not happenThe location worked out well for me but I’ll be considering other options next time down

12. Hotel Indigo Baltimore Downtown, an IHG Hotel (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

Set in Baltimore’s downtown Mount Vernon neighborhood, this stylish hotel is a 2-minute walk from the Walters Art Museum and a 9-minute walk from a subway stop.Chic, literary-themed rooms with city views offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities. Suites add living areas; some are bi-level. Room service is available.There’s an airy restaurant with a polished cocktail lounge bar. Other amenities include a fitness room and meeting space.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the clean rooms and the beds
  • Walking distance to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Walters Art Museum
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests praised the airy restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “poets” 30 times
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the fitness center

Feedback From Real Customers

Dorian Pilcher

I stayed at Hotel Indigo Baltimore in August 2022 I had a wonderful experience They took care of everything

My room was nice and spacious with cathedral ceilings that I’ve never seen in a hotel The decor was classy The tile in the bathroom was gorgeous I felt very safe as you had to use your room key to navigate the hotel like in the elevator I will definitely stay there again when I’m in the area

Peter Furdyna

The hotel and all of the staff were excellent We stayed the weekend of 02/04 – 02/06 to help our son and daughter in law with their 4 month old son while they attended a wedding in Baltimore He was getting over a cold which of course turned into a GI thing while we were there

The entire hotel staff couldn’t have been more accommodating, making sure we had plenty of clean towels and supplies to use the in house laundry(which thankfully was right across from our room) Checking out on Sunday upon announcing the room number we were greeted with smiles with the staff asking how the baby was Truly a welcoming hotel The restaurant attached to the hotel was great as well Insider tip, try the buffalo wings It’s tough to get a good wing outside of the upstate NY area, these were the real thing, easily as good as any you’ll get in Buffalo, NY Hats off to whoever executed those If you’re in the Baltimore area looking for a great hotel, stay here, you wont go wrong

Kylie English

We had a great stay here Everyone was very very friendly We loved the staff!!!! The hotel was dog friendly AND didn’t have any weight or breed restrictions which was amazing

Our room was on the 8th floor We ordered dinner and picked it up at the bar downstairs It was very good! I got the chicken Cesar salad and a drink Hotel was quiet at night There were a few hours I was in the room alone and I felt incredibly safe I can’t say this enough but the staff was SO FRIENDLY and cool I liked them all Whatever this hotel is doing please keep doing it We had a great stay here and will absolutely be back if we are visiting the area again

13. Holiday Inn Express Baltimore-Downtown, an IHG Hotel (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

Set in a 1920s bank building with an ornate marble lobby, this hotel is a 9-minute walk to the Port Discovery Children’s Museum, a 10-minute walk to the National Aquarium and a 13-minute walk to Harborplace shopping and dining; there’s a Metro stop 4 blocks away. It’s 1.2 miles to Camden Yards baseball, 1.5 miles to the Johns Hopkins hospital and 1.7 to M&T Bank Stadium football.Modern rooms have mini-fridges, microwaves, work desks, satellite TVs and free Wi-Fi; kids 19 and under stay free with an adult.A hot breakfast buffet is free. Amenities include a 24-hour fitness room, business center, laundry machines and parking garage (fee).

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the large, clean rooms and the beds
  • 6 min walk to nearest transit
  • Guests praised the service
  • Guests praised the restaurant
  • Guests mentioned “Harbor” 16 times
  • Guests mentioned lobbies 23 times
  • One of the few hotels in the area with a hot tub

Feedback From Real Customers

Leigh Outten

Where to start? If you want a nice hotel in Baltimore with nice staff, good location, and a beautiful building, this is for you I read some reviews about cleanliness and safety, but this place is FINE The staff were so friendly and helpful! The room was just fine – really comfortable with a coffee machine and fridge

I guess the bathroom was a bit outdated, and the shower was a bit tricky, but for the price of this place, I didn’t care It is true, this is not the best neighbourhood in the world, but I wasn’t worried about safety We wanted to eat crab cakes, and the lady at the desk recommended Mo’s Seafood – it was exactly what we wanted, and Mo’s picked us up in a van! We were looking for a quick lunch, and we sent to a really nice sandwich shop called Jake’s that was just a block away Really delicious If I go to Baltimore again, I’ll stay here again!

Cris Young

While the history of the building and the architecture is amazing, the rooms and service were just so so The floor is very uneven, I tripped several times There are places were the paint and plaster are peeling from the walls

In the room, the shower had tons of cracks just coated with caulk The windows in the 5th floor room opened, with no screen or safety measures to keep anything or anyone from falling out The bed was clean, on the firmer side, pillows look fluffy but went completely flat the moment you touch them They have a folded piece of paper with instructions on how to work the thermostat One of the bed side lamps and power station did not work, so we had to find another wall port for our phone Can not say anything of the breakfast since we left before it was servedWe did have a pet, and there was a rather large pet deposit for a tiny tiny kitty You also have to pay for the parking, which is behind the building If you are using a GPS, put in the location as the hotel next door in order to keep from passing the tiny parking lot I also recommend backing in, since it is extremely hard to back out of the spaces when the lot is full They do have charging spots for electric cars, but if someone is in a U-Haul, they will be blockedIt has a decent view, and the tops of the city buildings are beautiful, looking down you see some not so pretty sights depending on what part of the building you are onThe elevators are on the slower side, but do work There are open steps that lead from the lobby down to the small gym There is a room before the gym that has a vault door there, and is neat to be able to look at The night clerk seemed a bit snobbish They do request that masks be worn when not in your room, however the night clerk did not have one on

Michael Carrelli

This is the cheapest or should I say the most economical hotel within walking distance to the inner harbor and Camden Yards Guys if your attempting to impress a woman,not here move on If you have been married 20+ years or single bringing the kids to the ball game with a little inner harbor action this is the place

it’s cheap so you can spend your money on better seats at the game Hit or miss if the air works and if your staying for that four game series you have too contact room service each day if you want your room done up, good luck the answer machine is full The staff are excellent and the night security guy is looking out for you Free breakfast I’ve had worse the coffee is hot At least your team will win against the O’s Good luck

14. Mt. Washington Conference Center (3-star hotel)

About this hotel

This refined conference hotel is 4 miles from the main campus of Johns Hopkins University, 4 miles from the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore and a 6-minute walk from the Mount Washington light-rail station.Traditionally furnished rooms feature coffeemakers, desks, complimentary Wi-Fi and cable TV. Suites and upgraded rooms add balconies and/or kitchenettes.Continental breakfast, parking and a university shuttle are free. Other amenities include a casual cafe, a game room and a jogging trail. A fitness center has a hot tub, a sauna, and indoor basketball and volleyball courts. There’s also 10,500 sq ft of conference space, with 13 meeting rooms.

Things You Need to Know

  • Guests praised the rooms
  • 10 min drive to the Cylburn Arboretum
  • 6 min walk to nearest transit
  • Guests praised the service
  • Guests mentioned breakfast 19 times

Feedback From Real Customers

James Galichia (Jim G)

The good: It is a beautiful location and an awesome value Room was clean and nicely appointed with more electrical outlets than any hotel room that I’ve stayed in recently Bathroom was very clean

Nice balcony/patio with chairs and table Room was quiet and no bad smellsThe bad: The furnishings are a bit dated, the tv was tiny, and the mattress was sad I could see the depressions of every guest who stayed here in the past No kiddingConclusion: I would definitely stay here again

Dave Methvin

We stayed in the Octagon, a beautiful old building with charm and spacious rooms The staff was friendly and helpful Although breakfast was included with our room rate, the food was not good

On weekends there’s a meager continental breakfast with onion bagels and chalky pastries During the week there is a “hot” breakfast that adds prefab scrambled eggs and dry breakfast meats

Noah McLaughlin

Great place with a very friendly front desk! Always smiles to make you feel welcomed back! At one point we needed some extra towels so we asked them, and they informed us they were fully booked at the time and doing their best to receive and clean towels from rooms and would get us them as soon as possible They got them to us in time, which we never expected but they did and I was very grateful! The employees really care about their job and the people who stay there

15. Waterfront Hotel

About this hotel

1710 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231(410) 537-5055

Things You Need to Know

  • 6 min drive to Patterson Park
  • Guests liked the service
  • Guests mentioned “brunch” 45 times
  • Guests mentioned “mimosas” 11 times
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the nightlife
  • Guests praised the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

Dan Libener

Wandered in here looking for a place to eat and have a few drinks Great atmosphere, attentive staff, and amazing food My wife had the fried chicken sliders and cheese popovers which were awesome

I had the baby gem wedge to try something different I don’t usually enjoy blue cheese dressing but this was top notch!Really good food, decent drink selections, and excellent cocktails Would definitely recommend

Terrell Singleton

This place is on a stretch of great brunch places but did not have a bottomless mimosa option and though pricey the crab cake sandwich was good I bought a round of drinks to keep the peace about the pricing vs the generous gratuity already on the checkOur waitress was not as attentive as many of the places in the strip

It was mostly noticeable because we didn’t have bottomless mimosas to occupy us but had to keep re-ordering drinks one at a time a wait for the bartender to make the roundSomeone heard us talking and told us that dinner pricing vs portion is more reasonable…I guess come after 3 n u won’t leave hungry

Tracy Belaski

I’ve always enjoyed Waterfront, but I’m not convinced that the new ownership under Atlas is for the better The entire menu has been overhauled- gone are the days of solid, reasonably priced bar food and drinks The menu is also significantly limited

We ordered the spinach dip, which came with a measly serving of bread and a small bowl of potato chips – the potato chips seemed like an odd choice I also ordered the crab cake, which could have been good if it hadn’t been burnt to oblivion This cake was not a little over toasted – it was clearly burnt and should not have left the kitchen, especially considering it wasn’t a cheap entree in the first place Crab meat is expensive and they ruined it Under other circumstances I would have sent it back, but the service was slow for our entire visit and I was too hungry to wait around for new food I had to ask for a glass of water on 3 separate occasions before I finally got one There were 2 bartenders on duty: one who was experienced but was too busy gossiping with another employee most of the night, and one who clearly had no idea what he was doing and had very little experience dealing with a busy and fast paced environment I don’t think I’ll be coming back except for the few occasions that my friend’s band plays there, and I’ll definitely be dining somewhere else beforehand

16. Kimpton Hotel Monaco Baltimore Inner Harbor (4-star hotel)

About this hotel

Set in a 1906 Beaux-Arts building, this Inner Harbor hotel was once home to B&O Railroad Headquarters. It’s a 0.3-mile walk from the Baltimore Convention Center and a 0.6-mile walk from the National Aquarium.Stylish rooms and suites feature high ceilings and a blend of period details and contemporary touches, including yoga mats, Wi-Fi and flat-screens. Upgraded rooms offer additions ranging from luxe soaking tubs to bunk beds. In-room spa services are also available (surcharge).Freebies include bike rentals, morning coffee and tea, and evening wine hours. There’s also an American brasserie, as well as 24-hour fitness and business centers.

Things You Need to Know

  • Walking distance to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the USS Constellation
  • Guests mentioned the rooms are large but unclean
  • One of the few hotels in the area with room service
  • Guests liked the architecture, mentioned 24 times in reviews
  • Guests praised the lobby
  • Guests praised the breakfast
  • Guests praised the bar

Feedback From Real Customers

amber nicholson

Every single person we interacted with (bellhop, valets, servers, bartenders, concierge, housekeeping) was professional, enthusiastic, and helpful By far the best experience I have ever had with hotel staff-I feel like every person truly went above and beyond to make sure our stay was perfectThe building itself is beautiful-full of marble and ornate columns

I appreciate that a lot of attention was paid to historical details and maintaining the feel of the original buildingOur room was nicely decorated and very quiet We didn’t hear anyone in the halls and we barely heard any street noise The hotel gym was a lot bigger than I expected and well stocked with machines and equipmentWe will absolutely stay again next time we are in Baltimore!


Loved my stay here! Everyone was so kind and friendly Of course the hotel is amazing but the breakfast was the cherry on top ! I ordered the veggie eggs; and they were loaded with veggies! The sweet potato hash (words cannot describe) reminds me of my great granny’s cooking 🥲 fair price/ great portionsOnly thing upsetting: I woke up 3 am dehydrated and went to the mini bar to find lack of choices and drinks weren’t cold

(It was too cold to run out)

Beck Hertl

We discovered a bed bug problem in our luxury suite (one of the spa rooms) which we got refunded for, but it obviously ruined the stay Especially because they were fully booked that night and had no contingency plan for relocating us My partner and I stayed here one time before that and both times the hotel service was not great

No fault to them, they were super kind and did whatever they could for our check ins and the bed bug issue The problem was that we waited in long lines for a single person behind the desk who was also answering phones for the entire hotel They just seem chronically understaffed and scrambling to do things for everyone in a timely manner It gives me such mixed feelings because the rooms are awesome and those jetted tubs are amazing (they’re honestly the top reason we came back, along with the large windows that make the room feel even bigger than it already is) It’s such a cool and well-preserved historic building I’d just be cautious of these issues when deciding whether it would be worth the cost of your stay Oh and if you do stay there, make sure you check under the mattress for bed bugs!

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