Guests Love Baltimore Hotel's Central Location From the moment you enter the Holiday Inn® Baltimore Inner Harbor (DWTN) hotel's property until you return home, you experience all the charms that give our hometown its Charm City moniker. The hotel is conveniently located three blocks from Baltimore Inner Harbor attractions, and it's across from the Baltimore Convention Center, Royal Farms Arena & Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles. The Inner Harbor provides the hotel's guests with endless entertainment. Within one mile, our patrons can find the Horseshoe Casino, Hard Rock Cafe, M&T Bank Stadium- home of the Baltimore Ravens, Hippodrome Theatre, Maryland Science Center, National Aquarium & more. Put the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins campuses on your itinerary, they're also near the hotel's address. While in the Baltimore Inner Harbor area, business travelers are well accommodated here, too. Free high-speed, wireless Internet access and PrintMe Internet printing is provided in every room. Plus, the hotel's 13,500 sq ft of function space is ideal for meetings of up to 550 people. Enjoy a comfortable stay in the Baltimore Inner Harbor with this hotel's amenities. You can swim in the sparkling indoor pool, grab coffee at Dottie's or workout in the Fitness Center. Be sure to stop by Eden West, our on-site eatery after parking your car for $25 per night. From a central location to thoughtful perks, this hotel has it all.
I love the pool and sauna. I love the bed sizes. I like the courteous guest services and front desk employees. Best swimming pool in the national capital region. Hands down.
I did not like having to pay $25 for a night of parking and I absolutely did not like paying $16.95 for a buffet breakfast that was literally the same quality as a normal buffet at a days inn or a budget hotel. I would pay for a breakfast if it was a decent breakfast, but this was really substandard. Dry hard muffins, a toaster that was not working, dry dry plain eggs, fruit that looked old. This breakfast needs to be free or the menu and the cooking changed immediately.
The location was great, staff were nice, and all basic services and amenities were in place.
The building's age is starting to show (lost an elevator bank for half a day during our stay, leaving 1 public elevator and 1 service elevator to serve 12 floors of rooms). Parking price is $25/night and parking keys aren't always coded properly. Cheaper parking might be available at nearby garages (saw some at $20/night). Room price was absurd because of I stayed during a convention weekend, but even considering that, the costs were pretty abusive ($400 a night is a prime Times Square price; Baltimore should never command that sort of fee). Most of the Inner Harbor hotels were charging in that range, and prices for convention weekends are now steep enough that I'll be looking to stay off property, then drive in/garage my vehicle to save a couple hundred bucks a day.
Proximity to ballpark.
Bed was comfortable, location was convenient.
No hot water from the sink.
Staff was helpful in recommending eating, transportation, directions. Just genuinely kind and helpful.
Breakfast was expensive and poor quality.
Friendly, efficient staff. Nice restaurant and bar.
$25 a day parking charge.
Location was perfect. In walking distance to anything we wanted to see.
Good location. Safe. Room was fine
The lack of an included breakfast and the fact that the buffet was 15 bucks. Seemed a bit steep.