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Four Seasons Baltimore

Inner Harbor/Downtown 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This tony inn in Harbor East has become famous for its infinity pool set by the harbor's edge. It should be just as famous for its swank rooms. — Frommer's

The 18-story glass tower of the Four Seasons rises above the Harbor, commanding some of the city's best views. — Fodor's

Plush-but-generic rooms are secondary to an excellent restaurant and fourth-floor infinity pool backed by a bi-level sundeck and grill. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

The luxe, 256-room waterfront hotel is everything you'd expect from a Four Seasons property, from the impeccable service to the sophisticated interiors. — Oyster

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Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore

Inner Harbor/Downtown 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Looks positively demure next to the gleaming hotel behemoths towering over the rest of the Inner Harbor area. But all modesty ends inside the hotel's revolving doors. — Concierge

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

A thoroughbred in Sonesta's stable, a fine commercial crossover with the kind of top-notch service and sophisticated traditional design that impresses clients from both camps, business and leisure. — Star Service

It's a treat just to walk in the front door of Baltimore's finest hotel, part of the InterContinental chain. When you spend the night, prepare to be pampered. — Frommer's

The hotel's extensive features and location help make this one of the city's better four-pearl options. — Oyster

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Kimpton Hotel Monaco Baltimore Inner Harbor

Inner Harbor/Downtown 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel, located in historic downtown Baltimore, is a melding together of historic architecture and modern amenities. — Gayot

Ensconced in the former B&O Railroad headquarters building, this new Beaux Arts hotel in the Inner Harbor impresses with its historic details and attentive service. — Lonely Planet

The marble staircase leading to the lobby may fool you that you've entered a grand old hotel... but the Monaco is sleek and modern. — Frommer's

This crisp Kimpton offshoot represents sleek West Coast style at its best: vibrant, engaging, elegant and unpretentious. — Star Service

Beaux Arts gem in the heart of downtown Baltimore, with historic interiors, hip rooms and a popular brasserie. — Jetsetter

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Admiral Fell Inn

Fells Point 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

An old Fells Point sailors’ hotel that has been converted into a lovely inn with Federal-style furniture and four-post beds. — Lonely Planet

Chic historic hotel spread over seven buildings (some dating from the 1770s) in the heart of Fell’s Point. — Rough Guide

Sporting a nautical theme throughout, AFI, percolates with old-world charm and modern conveniences. — BlackBook

By joining together buildings constructed between the late 1770s and the 1920s, the owners created a structure that resembles a small, European-style hotel, with lots of character and quirks. — Fodor's

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Inn at Henderson's Wharf

Fells Point 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A luxury boutique hotel in a historic waterfront building, with personalized butler service, breakfast, wine, nightly chocolate receptions and more. — Jetsetter

The national brands have staked out the Inner Harbor, but the greatest hotel value and experience may very well be this boutique property in the center of Fells Point. — Concierge

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

Built in the mid-1800s as a B&O Railroad tobacco warehouse, this richly decorated, warmly inviting B&B–style inn has harbor or garden views from all of its rooms. — Fodor's

A complimentary bottle of wine upon arrival sets the tone at this marvelously situated Fell's Point hotel, which began life as an 18th-century tobacco warehouse. — Lonely Planet

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Baltimore Marriott Waterfront

Inner Harbor/Downtown 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Although it's at the eastern end of the Inner Harbor, all downtown attractions are within walking distance; there's also a water-taxi stop right by the front door. — Fodor's

When you come to Baltimore stay at the Waterfront, period end of discussion. — BlackBook

From the moment you step into the luxurious lobby, you'll know you're in for a treat. — Lonely Planet

This prominent 32-story glass building is set between the Civil War Museum and the comparatively intimate and whimsical Pier 5 Hotel — Star Service

The 733 rooms and 20 suites of this massive hotel host a mix of families, business travelers, and extra-large groups. — Concierge

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Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel

Inner Harbor/Downtown 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The rooms in this four-star hotel have a view either of the harbor or of the indoor courtyard. The staff are attentive and cordial. — DK Eyewitness

The most conveniently located of the Inner Harbor hotels... the Renaissance Harborplace meets the needs of tourists, business travelers, and conventioneers. — Fodor's

With just under 600 rooms and a location in the heart of Balitmore's main tourist center, the Renaissance Harborplace is a popular hotel for all types of travelers. — Oyster

Connected to The Gallery at Harborplace shopping complex and across from Harborplace attractions, this impressive piece of modern architecture is a prominent feature on the revitalized... — Star Service

Guest rooms are the biggest in Baltimore, with comfortable furniture and wide windows (which really open) overlooking the Inner Harbor. — Frommer's

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Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor

Inner Harbor/Downtown 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Location and smart furnishings make this convenient hotel the city's most stylish. — Frommer's

This stretch of Light Street is practically a highway, but the unenclosed skyways allow ready pedestrian access to both Inner Harbor attractions and the convention center. — Fodor's

Right on the Inner Harbor, this four-diamond hotel has one of the most coveted spots around, and killer waterfront views to match. — Jetsetter

Overall, this is a fairly ordinary corporate hotel, but it trumps the Marriott Inner Harbor and the Sheraton Inner Harbor with its better-than-average service and more inviting layout. — Star Service

The 488 guest rooms at this hotel offer comfortable furnishings and modern conveniences such as flat screen TVs and in-room Internet access. — Gayot

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Mt. Vernon Baltimore

Mount Vernon 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Classy lodging in a handsome, converted 1928 apartment building set in a historic neighbourhood. Has marble bathrooms and tasteful decor, plus internet access. Pet-friendly. 5. — Rough Guide

It is situated in on one of the most beautiful plazas in the U.S.—Mount Vernon Plaza—and overlooks the city's famed monument to Washington. — Star Service

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

Right in the middle of Mt Vernon, this upscale 104-room hotel has large, handsomely appointed guest rooms with all-marble bathrooms and top-notch service. — Lonely Planet

A boutique-style hotel, with a Renaissance Revival façade and a well-appointed lobby, provides excellent service. — DK Eyewitness

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The Ivy Hotel

Baltimore 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The only hitch at The Ivy Hotel, a Relais Châteaux property, is the temptation to hole up there all day long. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

Built at the close of the 19th century, redbrick mansion The Ivy Hotel in Baltimore has been thoroughly restored and modernised, with interiors by California-based designer Joszi Meskan. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Old Baltimore meets New Baltimore at this luxurious boutique hotel. — Gayot

The Ivy may have opened in 2015, but the Baltimore brownstone has a storied past. — Forbes Travel Guide

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Brookshire Suites Inner Harbor

Inner Harbor/Downtown 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Arty boutique rooms define this stylish establishment at the Inner Harbor, with modern decor in its suites, a business centre, drinks in the Cloud Club and fine waterside views. — Rough Guide

The hotel is easy to find, located a block from the Inner Harbor on one of the city's main arteries -- convenient for seeing the sights. — Frommer's

Cozy quarters and idyllic location add to the supreme value that is found in this non-traditionally apportioned mid-scale hotel. — BlackBook

Conveniently located in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, this mid-range boutique property offers 97 modern suites at competitive rates. — Oyster

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

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Pier 5 Hotel

Inner Harbor/Downtown 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A boutique lodging and modern-events space with a unique, experiential twist in the heart of Charm City. — Jetsetter

This hotel is decorated in vibrant oranges and purples. It’s whimsical and fun. — DK Eyewitness

Adjacent to the National Aquarium, Marina and Power Plant Live dining and entertainment complex, this is one of a small handful of quality boutique-hotels in this historic city. — Star Service

Centrally located, upmarket boutique hotel with plenty of snazzy style, offering smart rooms with CD players, and suites with fridges, microwaves and in-room bars. 9. — Rough Guide

Be prepared for something wild when you walk into the lobby of the Pier 5. It's bright and airy, with fun, offbeat sofas and a purple, red, and yellow color scheme. — Frommer's

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Radisson Hotel Baltimore Downtown-Inner Harbor

Inner Harbor/Downtown 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Connected to the Inner Harbor by skywalks, this hotel is the modern counterpart of the Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore next door — Star Service

One of Baltimore's largest, this hotel (four blocks from the harbor) divides its rooms between two towers and also houses the largest ballroom in the city. — Fodor's

A convenient hotel boasting easy proximity to the National Aquarium and Maryland Science Center. — Jetsetter

The decor features dark wood, taupe, and navy blue, and the rooms, though not large, are comfortable with flatscreen TVs and wide desks. — Frommer's

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Lord Baltimore Hotel

Inner Harbor/Downtown 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you love grand old hotels with modern conveniences, this one's for you. The 23-story French Renaissance-style hotel, which opened in 1928, still retains its old-fashioned charm. — Frommer's

Downtown Baltimore icon fresh off a tip-to-tail renovation, with modern style, acclaimed art and a French bistro. — Jetsetter

The three-and-a-half-pearl Lord Baltimore Hotel is a landmark that opened in 1928, and offers an excellent downtown location and elegant public spaces with beautifully preserved details.... — Oyster

This 1920s beaux-arts classic is Baltimore's most historic hotel, a petite version of New York's Waldorf Astoria. — Star Service

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

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Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel

Inner Harbor/Downtown 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Claiming to be the hotel closest to the Baltimore Convention Center, this strong commercial property, much like the Hyatt Regency, is a dependable hotel in a great location — Star Service

The Sheraton has a perfect location for conventioneers and Orioles fans (and Red Sox and Yankees fans). — Frommer's

The 337-room Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel is located in the tourist-friendly Inner Harbor, close to shopping, museums, and restaurants. — Oyster

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INN at 2920

Canton 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This boutique B&B has five individual rooms, high-thread-count sheets, sleek, avant-garde decor and the nightlife-charged neighborhood of Canton right outside your door. — Lonely Planet

This B&B was made for the youthful guests of Canton. — Frommer's

In the heart of one of the city's liveliest neighborhoods, this stylish B&B is dedicated to tranquil, luxurious living. — Fodor's

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Doubletree Inn at The Colonnade

Roland Park to Johns-Hopkins 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If your visit will take you to northern Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University, the Baltimore Museum of Art, or Homeland or Roland Park, this is a stylish choice freshly updated in 2007. — Frommer's

Rooms are welcoming, with rich, warm furnishings, and there are extras such as a glass-dome swimming pool and whirlpool baths. — Fodor's

For the right travelers, this place may be worth the short commute to the Inner Harbor for entertainment, but patients and pathologists keep this place booked. — Star Service

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Celie's Waterfront Inn

Fells Point 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Walk down the sally port of this 18th-century town house and enter a quiet refuge in bustling Fell's Point. — Frommer's

This charming Fell's Point inn offers extras like whirlpools, plush down comforters and fresh flowers. Bright and tastefully decorated. — Michelin Guide

Proprietors Nancy and Kevin Kupec oversee every detail of this small inn in the heart of Fells Point. — Fodor's

Half the small but stylish rooms overlook the harbor; so does the roof deck, a great place to have breakfast. — Travel + Leisure

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Hyatt Place Baltimore / Inner Harbor

Baltimore 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There’s much to like about the three-and-a-half-pearl Hyatt Place Baltimore/Inner Harbor -- but it's located a hike from Inner Harbor. — Oyster

Situated in the heart of the inner harbor, this property is in an ideal location. — Gayot

This hotel remains a prime address for anyone in search of a central base for exploring the city. Its location, just a few short blocks from Camden Yards, excites baseball fans as well. — Star Service

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Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards

Inner Harbor/Downtown 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A recently updated exercise room, with treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bikes and weight machines, is conveniently open 24 hours for active travelers. — Star Service

This 10-story hotel is a block away from Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Harborplace, and the convention center. — Fodor's

This hotel, with a 10-story crescent-shaped facade, is across from Camden Yards and a couple of blocks from the Inner Harbor and the convention center. — Frommer's

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