Enjoy a getaway at Inn at Colonnade Baltimore – A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel across from Johns Hopkins University and three miles from the historic Inner Harbor. Experience an elegant yet inviting welcome as you admire the lobby's marble floors and hand-painted ceilings. Savor the famous warm DoubleTree chocolate chip cookie. Whether you’re visiting Baltimore on business, attending Johns Hopkins homecoming or graduation, or visiting on Parents’ Weekend, you’ll find the comforts of home in a convenient location Walk three blocks to the Baltimore Museum of Art. The Maryland Science Museum and National Aquarium are four miles from our Baltimore, MD hotel. During baseball season, watch the Orioles play at Camden Yard Orioles Park. See a football game at the Ravens/M & T Bank Stadium, four miles from the hotel Unwind in one of our 125 guest rooms decorated with Biedermeier-inspired furnishings and featuring a 42-inch flat-screen TV and granite bathroom. Enjoy DIRECTV video and WiFi. For additional space, reserve one of our 31 suites that have separate parlor areas, marble bathrooms, mini-refrigerators and microwaves Work out in our modern fitness center or walk to tennis courts and a running track across the street. Savor inventive American cuisine and a glass of wine at Alizee American Bistro. Grab a latte or a fresh, made-to-order sandwich at the brown bag café. Relax at the Spa at the Colonnade and schedule a massage or skincare appointment
Very rude front desk personnel, parking was 25,dollars a night to park at the hotel I was paying for
Loved the cookies! Nicely decorated room. Friendly reception folks and check-in. Ate dinner at the restaurant and enjoyed my chicken sandwich.
Ate dinner ate the restaurant and it was slow service. It took an hour to get our food. Saw our waiter on the way back to our room after he had delivered room service. Lesson learned? Get room service and forget the long dining room wait. Didn't like the additional $24.99 per day parking fee.
My wife and I selected the DoubleTree for its across-the-street location to Johns Hopkins University where my daughter attends. In this aspect, the hotel has no peer. We found our King room spacious, quiet and clean. The staff was exceptionally friendly. The trademark DoubleTree cookies were delicious. Since our stay included Easter Sunday, we made arrangements for the Easter Brunch at the Alizee American Bistro. Each selection was outstanding in its preparation. I particularly liked the roast lamb. Overall I enjoyed my visit.
The DoubleTree Inn at the Colonnade is a fairly small hotel which occupies only the first three floors of a much larger building. As such, ammenities are understandably limited (i.e. no pool or jaccuzi, no recreation room) , although there is a small workout room. Parking is $24/day self park (which corresponds to $1/hr metered street parking on city streets) .
Great hotel, very nice staff.
Kayak had a wrong price for the hotel listed. I payed $60 dollars more than I could have. Will not use Kayak again.