Welcome to the 100 percent Smoke-Free Red Roof PLUS Baltimore Washington DC/BWI Airport, with Newly Renovated Rooms including Flat Screen TVs and more. We are located off of the Baltimore Washington Parkway I-295. We aree in the quiet BWI Gateway Community, just 1.5 miles from the Baltimore Washington International Airport. Enjoy the comfort of our brand new shuttle on your complimentary ride from the Airport, Amtrak or Light Rail-Mon-Fri 4am-1am and Sat-Sun 5am-12am. You can sleep longer, knowing it is only a short 5 minute ride from the hotel to the airport. Take the light rail to Baltimore?s Inner Harbor to see an Orioles game at Camden Yards , or visit M and T Bank Stadium for a Ravens game. Be sure to visit the National Aquarium, the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Walters Art Museum. We are also within 20-40 minutes from the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, and Washington DC. If you are here on corporate or government business, it is easy to get to the Baltimore Convention Center or major government and corporate offices such as the National Security Agency and Northrop Grumman. You can also enjoy the free wireless Internet access throughout the hotel. We are convenient to area hospitals such as University of Maryland-Baltimore and Johns Hopkins. You are always welcome at the Red Roof PLUS Baltimore Washington DC/BWI Airport.
The room was clean and nice overall. Loved how they accepted our pets.
Sheets had a few stains and needed to be changed. TV service was out for the first few hours we were there. No breakfast
I was disappointed that there was no microwave or fridge in my room. I ended up moving and paying another ~$12 to get them. Otherwise fine.
New room with desk for work.
Scott at front desk was very professional and helpful. I was looking for a place near the airport for one night and with shuttle service to and from airport and not too expensive. The shuttle service also drove me to dinner and picked me up after.
Clientele....there was an aggressive panhandler roaming the grounds. Whether they were or not, some guests seemed to be living there semi-permanently. Although the rooms have been redone, the motel seems dated. The clock was difficult to figure out as to how to set it. There seemed to be people roaming around all evening.
The front desk clerk was exceptional. The first room I had had a small odor and what appeared to be mold. I went to the front desk and they moved me to a new room and he gave me a snack to boot
very disappointed with the transportation to and from the airport, as we chose to stay here because of an early morning flight from BWI
What I really didn't like was Kayak listing a two-bedroom room as a "triple." As a result, the three of us had to book a second room, unexpectedly. When I complained to Kayak after the fact, I was told that "triple" means "two beds." That makes sense only if "double" means "one bed" and "single" means "sleep on the floor." Also, there were cockroaches--real ones, not the ones who work at Kayak. But whatever.