Baltimore

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9
Inner Harbor/Downtown
7 reviews
Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore’s gleaming, waterfront glass tower offers happy respite to guests who’ve spent the day wandering Inner Harbor and the area’s chic eateries and boutiques. — Forbes Travel Guide
8
Inner Harbor/Downtown
8 reviews
This crisp Kimpton offshoot represents sleek West Coast style at its best: vibrant, engaging, elegant and unpretentious. — Star Service
8
Inner Harbor/Downtown
6 reviews
The entrance to the most prestigious hotel in Baltimore is set back from the street by a brick courtyard that provides an immediate sense of tranquillity. — Fodor's
8
Inner Harbor/Downtown
7 reviews
When traveling to a city, it doesn’t get much better than staying smack-dab in the most happening part of town — Forbes Travel Guide
8
Inner Harbor/Downtown
7 reviews
There's no better Baltimore location than this landmark 15-story hotel on the northwest side of the Inner Harbor. — Concierge
8
Fells Point
6 reviews
Updated and expanded over the years, this charming inn sits just across Thames Street from the harbor in the heart of the Fell's Point Historic District. — Frommer's
8
6 reviews
Located in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood—a few blocks away from the avant-garde Center Stage theater and just 10 minutes away from the restaurant-packed Hampden district. — Travel + Leisure
8
Inner Harbor/Downtown
5 reviews
Baltimore's historic landmark hotel, the Lord Baltimore extends its Jazz Age elegance to the guest rooms, which have been restored to their original style. — Fodor's
8
Inner Harbor/Downtown
5 reviews
Connected to the Inner Harbor by skywalks, this hotel is the modern counterpart of the Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore next door — Star Service
8
Mount Vernon
6 reviews
This Mount Vernon boutique hotel, a Clarion property, continues to offer the first-class service that has kept it in business since 1930. — Frommer's
8
Inner Harbor/Downtown
5 reviews
Formerly known as the Sheraton Baltimore City Center, this hotel remains a better overall selection than the other Sheraton, the smaller Sheraton Inner Harbor — Star Service
8
Fells Point
7 reviews
Located next to its own marina in historic Fell’s Point, this upscale boutique hotel offers exceptional freebies... price-wise, the Inn at Henderson’s Wharf is a solid value. — Oyster
7
Inner Harbor/Downtown
3 reviews
This 10-story hotel is a block away from Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Harborplace, and the convention center. — Fodor's
7
Canton
3 reviews
In the heart of one of the city's liveliest neighborhoods, this stylish B&B is dedicated to tranquil, luxurious living. — Fodor's
$175
7
Inner Harbor/Downtown
5 reviews
A boutique lodging and modern-events space with a unique, experiential twist in the heart of Charm City. — Jetsetter
7
Inner Harbor/Downtown
3 reviews
It's supposed to be a convention center hotel but for baseball fans, the Hilton is all about the stadium-view rooms. — Frommer's
7
Inner Harbor/Downtown
3 reviews
The Sheraton has a perfect location for conventioneers and Orioles fans (and Red Sox and Yankees fans). — Frommer's
7
Inner Harbor/Downtown
5 reviews
A short stroll to the harbor, this well-located hotel has attractive, contemporary rooms kitted out with grays and charcoals, plush mattresses and graffiti-inspired art. — Lonely Planet
7
Roland Park to Johns-Hopkins
3 reviews
Rooms are welcoming, with rich, warm furnishings, and there are extras such as a glass-dome swimming pool and whirlpool baths. — Fodor's
7
Fells Point
3 reviews
Hunkered commandingly on the historic Recreation (Rec) Pier, this new luxury property is a game-changer, bringing a big dose of charm and panache to Baltimore's favorite party neighborhood — Lonely Planet
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