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Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore

Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The luxe, 256-room waterfront hotel is everything you'd expect from a Four Seasons property, from the impeccable service to the sophisticated interiors. Rooms are spacious and refined, with soaking tubs, floor-to-ceiling windows, high-tech amenities, and in most cases, harbor views. The property has an almost resort-like feel, thanks to the massive spa and gorgeous rooftop pool deck. It's the most luxurious option in Baltimore, but some may find the room decor a tad too generic for a hotel in this price range.
Gramercy Mansion

Gramercy Mansion Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale bed and breakfast is housed within a 1902 English Tudor mansion, set on 45 acres outside of Baltimore. Eleven ornately decorated guest rooms feature luxurious amenities, such as two-person jetted tubs, fireplaces, heated bathroom floors, and other modern perks. Prices are quite reasonable (with lower rates in the winter), especially given the property’s elegant formal gardens, outdoor pool, and free made-to-order breakfasts.
Hotel Monaco Baltimore, a Kimpton Hotel

Hotel Monaco Baltimore, a Kimpton Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 202-room Hotel Monaco is a stunning historic property in the business district neighborhood of Mount Vernon. Rooms have modern amenities, such as flat-screens and iPod docks, and funky decor that extends to common areas. All the features one would expect from four-pearl Kimpton property are here: a 24-hour fitness center, a stylish restaurant, a free evening wine and cheese hour in the lobby, a pet-friendly policy, and ample kid-friendly amenities.
Inn at Henderson's Wharf

Inn at Henderson's Wharf Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located next to its own marina in historic Fell’s Point, this upscale boutique hotel offers exceptional freebies -- butler services, parking, and in-room wine, to name a few -- and a prime waterfront address near shops and restaurants. Price-wise, the Inn at Henderson’s Wharf is a solid value, considering its many perks, location, and elegant, traditional rooms. Those seeking a slightly cheaper option should consider Admiral Fell Inn, three blocks west.
Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore

Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 195-room Royal Sonesta draws visitors with its grand common spaces, convenient Inner harbor location, and impressive rooftop health club, complete with pool, whirlpool, and sauna. Rooms are notable for their size (they start at 420 square feet) and, in some, their harbor views, but the decor feels slightly dated (particularly the busy carpets). Still, the hotel's extensive features and location help make this one of the city's better four-pearl options.
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel

Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With just under 600 rooms and a location in the heart of Baltimore's main tourist center, the Renaissance Harborplace is a popular hotel for all types of travelers. Rooms are sleek and contemporary, if a bit generic, and great on-site features include extensive business facilities, a well-equipped gym, and a nice pool area with access to a rooftop sundeck. This hotel is a massive chain and feels like one -- there's even an adjoining mall -- but many travelers will appreciate the conveniences of this type of property.
Holiday Inn Inner Harbor

Holiday Inn Inner Harbor Rating: 3.5 Pearls

With plenty of amenities and a location in the heart of Baltimore's main tourist and business center, Holiday Inn Inner Harbor is a popular hotel for all types of travelers. Rooms are comfortable and contemporary, if a bit generic, and great on-site features include a large indoor pool, well-equipped gym, restaurant, and coffee shop. All things considered, this 365-room chain hotel is a good value for the area.
Admiral Fell Inn

Admiral Fell Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 80-room property dates back to the 1800s and has an excellent location next to Fell’s Point Harbor. The rooms are well maintained and feature traditional decor, flat-screen TVs, and coffeemakers. With few modern amenities (there’s no fitness center or pool), Admiral Fell Inn offers a more cozy and historic experience. Free perks include shuttle service, Wi-Fi, and ghost tours. Those willing to pay slightly more should consider the Inn at Henderson’s Wharf, two blocks east, which has better harbor views and a fitness center.
Inn at The Black Olive

Inn at The Black Olive Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 12-room, all-suite hotel practices sustainability and healthy living at every turn -- from geo-thermal power and energy-saving lights to chemical-free paint and organic restaurants. Huge suites feature unique decor and great perks, such as hydrotherapy tubs, free bottles of wine, balconies, and kitchenettes with mini-fridges and coffeemakers. Black Olive is on the pricey side, but its waterfront location is excellent, and it’s unlike any other hotel in Baltimore.
Sleep Inn & Suites Downtown Inner Harbor

Sleep Inn & Suites Downtown Inner Harbor Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Opened in 2011, this basic chain hotel is less than half a mile from the Inner Harbor -- close enough to walk to (about 12 minutes by foot) but far enough away to offer affordable prices. The immediate neighborhood is a bit sleepy, but the trade-offs are clean spacious rooms, a modest fitness center, and free breakfast.


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