With its cobblestoned streets, thriving dining, shopping and nightlife scene, the waterfront village of historic Fell's Point has long been a Baltimore favorite. In the center of it all is The Admiral Fell Inn, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member, a registered historic hotel that blends an authentic experience with modern conveniences. Enjoy 18th century furnishings, hardwood floors, Persian rugs, plush beds and other charming details alongside the amenities of a full-service hotel. Enjoy The Admiral's Reception or take the Historic Ghost Tour. And you never know, the Admiral himself just may show up! Access to the shuttle service, MAC Athletic Center and Pools, high-speed Internet, nightly social activities and more are all included in the convenient 9.95 USD per night hotel service fee. Valet parking: 29.00 USD per night plus tax. Pet limit: 2 pets per room, maximum 75 pounds.
Very friendly and helpful staff. Very old hotel with lots of charm and character.
Lots of activity in nearby streets converted to excessive noise in room.
We arrived in Baltimore at Noon on a weekday and booked online while sitting in the car just down the block. I then called the Inn to get advice on parking and check-in time. Though check-in time was normally 3pm, they informed me that they had a room ready and that they could accommodate us immediately. Valet parking was offered - and though not included in the room rate, was very convenient and not too expensive. You can't beat booking a room on your phone and then walking into it 10 minutes later. Every single member of the staff we encountered was super-friendly and very accommodating. Though we did not need anything special during our stay, it truly seemed like the sort of place where they would go out of their way - and be genuinely happy to do so. The charm of the Inn - which includes a variety of very differently-appointed rooms - was only surpassed by the location. If you intend to hang out in the Fell's Point area, I can't imagine a better place to stay. We found it to be a comfortable walking distance to all of the Inner Harbor attractions as well. We did not stay over a weekend night, so I really cannot attest to how the noise from nearby bars might affect the Inn when things (like live music) are going later on those nights, but we definitely enjoyed the proximity enough that I would put up with some of that even if it did filter into the rooms. It was not inexpensive, but fairly priced. Will definitely stay there again on future trips.
This is not really even a complaint, but the first morning we found coffee and continental breakfast laid out in the lobby - and a very nice quaint atrium seating area nearby. There were no waitstaff present and no signs indicating anything about price, etc. so made the reasonable assumption that it was included. We found out after eating that it apparently was not, but when I offered repeatedly to pay they refused to accept it. Since they handled it this way, it is certainly a positive… but a little better communication would have prevented the situation.
the staff was very friendly, and there were many restaurants nearby to go to. it was nice they had valet parking. the bed was gorgeous
they charged me for three nights, and i had to point out to them that i only stayed two nights.
The beds were cool and the internet worked.
Not worth the money. Made me miss motel 6. the room was 200$ and I got 2 double beds although I asked fro queen bed. The parking cost some 40$ a day! There is no swimming pool. It takes 15 minutes for the hot water in the shower to appear. When I switched the next night to a room with a king size bed I didn't get refrigerator, apparently there is a trade off... The restroom were uncomfortable too.
The hotel staff was very, very accomodating.
The Gadiva chocolates were stale.
the room was comfortable and clean and in the area we wanted
when I arrived @ 2:30 AM, I was let in by a police officer and there was nobody that showed up to check me in for ~ 15 minutes. I had no clue what to do.