Welcome to Hilton Baltimore, a AAA Four Diamond hotel. Enjoy contemporary accommodations 15 minutes from Baltimore Washington International Airport and located in downtown Baltimore's Inner Harbor district, a prime business and cultural area in Baltimore, Maryland. Hilton Baltimore is a premier meeting and convention hotel, directly connected to the Baltimore Convention Center. Guests can enjoy the hotel’s prime location next to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, M&T Stadium, home of the Baltimore Ravens; and the University of Maryland Medical Center Built as a tribute to Baltimore's heritage, the hotel features bricks from Camden Yards and artwork from more than 40 local artists. Enjoy large LCD HDTVs, wired and wireless high-speed internet access and large desks in every guest room. Upgrade to an Executive Room for Executive Lounge access and a complimentary continental breakfast and hors d’oeuvres Hold a convention or social event at this well-equipped Baltimore Inner Harbor hotel with 60,000 sq. ft. of flexible function space, including two ballrooms with spectacular pre-function space overlooking Oriole Park. Take advantage of the latest meeting technology in 26 breakout meeting rooms. Attend to business in the hotel's convenient UPS Store® with print, copy and fax services Dine on urban cuisine in the Diamond Tavern Restaurant or treat yourself to a specialty cocktail in the Lobby Bar. Swim in the heated indoor pool, relax in the sauna or exercise in the fitness center at our Baltimore Inner Harbor hotel
The hotel and room themselves were very clean and comfortable. The pool, whirlpool, and sauna would wonderful. Those definitely helped make up for the shortcomings of the rest of the facilities, namely parking and food. Also, we had a great view of the city.
Parking was a nightmare. After a 3 hour drive, I did not appreciate having to spend 40 minutes trying to park. The Hilton garage was full. They did not offer valet service to park my car elsewhere. Instead, they advised me to "follow the car in front of you to the Holiday Inn", but they clearly didn't give the car in front of my directions. When we finally got to the Holiday Inn, they didn't have any parking. I finally ended up at a private parking garage and paid double what I would have paid at the Hilton. Immediately after check-in, we went to the Diamond Tavern, the Hilton's in-house restaurant. Except it wasn't really in-house. There was very poor signage directing people to the restaurant. It turns out you had to go up to floor 2, then through a skywalk, then down to floor 1 again. The restaurant was not crowded, and we had reservations, but it took 45 minutes for them to bring us our food. It was absolutely ridiculous. Speaking of poor signage, if you're looking for the fitness center, it's on the fourth floor. We only found that by reading those "about your stay" binders in our room. No signs until you're already there.
Hot water was an issue and the staff responded poorly, making unacceptable, nonsensical excuses.
Staff and breakfast was amazing
Shower no microwave
The hotel is adjacent to Camden Yards and a reasonable distance from shopping and restaurants. The room was comfortable with generally good amenities. The hotel connects to the convention center.
The area around the hotel in three directions is a little sketchy. The hotel has only one restaurant and it's nothing special and pricey for what's offered.
We liked the location
The outside noise in the room .
The staff were all fairly friendly, despite the stress of the giant con going on, and the second level sky bridge gives extremely convenient access to the convention center. The lobby provides a great meeting place to hang out, and is pretty beautiful looking (although security may need to step up their game. More than one homeless drunk stumbled their way in to the lobby and hung around during my stay).
This was my first year staying at the Hilton for a con. Previously, my friends and I had always stayed at the Days Inn down the road. The Days Inn is pretty nice. It has a mini-fridge, a microwave, free high speed Internet, a fan in the bathroom, and a parking system that let you move your car in and out of the garage during your stay without having to pay every time you left it. You know what the Hilton had? None of these things. To top it off, the smaller room at the Hilton was actually more expensive than the larger one at the Days Inn. When I tried to pay for a cot for my third friend, they wouldn't let us because having a cot in the room was considered a fire hazard. I mentioned parking already, but it's the worst. Essentially every time you need to take your car out to do something, it's going to be $30. And if you leave your car in for the full day, it's still going to cost you that per day. Honestly, I recommend finding some cheaper parking on the outskirts of the city, and taking an Uber or Taxi to the hotel if you can. Overall it just wasn't the worth the price of admission.
It was clean and had a great staff.
If there is a baseball game, you will have to park at another location and parking is not free. Parking attendant made it my problem and to see the front desk to deal with it.
Our best stay in Baltimore. Luxury hotel with all the trimmings. Our room overlooked the ball field. Safety and security was a comfort.
No in room mini fridge.
The place was clean
No microwave, no fridge. No ice in the ice machine, poor customer service. Price of parking really exspensive
working out as the sun comes up over Camden yards is so nice
The staff was friendly, the food at the restaurant was excellent, the views are great and it's convenient to all the downtown attractions.
The bed was too soft for my taste and the restaurant was a bit pricey, as was the parking.
The location. Right next to Camden Yards and a short walk to the inner harbor.
The coffee maker did not work that well. No free wi-fi.
Staff was excellent!!!!!!!
Price of parking. I thought there would be a discounted rate for guests.
Overall, the best hotel experience. If all hotels were like the Baltimore Hilton we would travel more...
I asked for a refrigerator at time of booking was told there was one in every room, because of a need to store medication. This was not the case when I called the front desk they told me they didn't have any rooms with this. This is a 1 night stay hotel because it has no comforts of home. I understand the week days we were there was a holiday but the elevators were slow and in effective wait times to get on was up to 45 min. Hilton should rethink this hotel and sell to super 8 thats the type experience this was.