Hotel Radisson at Cross Keys Baltimore
Newly Renovated Radisson Cross Keys Hotel in Baltimore, MD
Treat yourself to an idyllic escape with a stay at the Radisson at Cross Keys. This hotel in Baltimore, MD is nestled upon 72 beautiful, wooded acres in Roland Park, one of the city's most scenic and historic neighborhoods. The stunning property boasts spacious hotel rooms with cathedral ceilings, updated custom furnishings and Sleep Number® beds. To enhance your comfort, the Radisson is generously appointed with convenient amenities like complimentary Wi-Fi, outdoor tennis courts, a Business Center, an outdoor pool and courtesy shuttle service to the National Aquarium. In addition, the Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys is pet friendly, so bring your four-legged family member along!
100% non-smoking facility
This hotel is the proud recipient of the 2013 Radisson Renovation Award.
Hotel Inn at The Colonnade Baltimore - A DoubleTree by Hilton Baltimore
Unwind at the Inn at The Colonnade Baltimore, a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, just four miles from the Baltimore Inner Harbor. Admire the marble floor and beautiful hand-painted ceiling in the hotel's grand lobby and enjoy Biedermeier-style furnishings in all of our hotel guest rooms and suites.
Relax with all the comforts of home in one of our bright, spacious Baltimore Rooms with a Sweet Dreams® by DoubleTree bed. Watch the LCD flat screen TV, with on-demand movies and music, and stay connected with complimentary high-speed, wireless internet access. Indulge in a delicious meal from our room service menu and pamper yourself in the stylish bathroom with Crabtree & Evelyn's Citron bath products. Select Guest Rooms offer a marble bathroom, whirlpool bath, writing desk, microwave and refrigerator.
Hotel Admiral Fell Inn - Harbor Magic Hotels Baltimore
The Admiral Fell Inn is a 3 star hotel in Baltimore, where it enjoys a location in the historic waterfront village of Fell’s Point. Surrounding this hotel are several restaurants and bars including the The Horse You Came In On Saloon, which was frequented by Edgar Allen Poe and where it is said his ghost still haunts.
The Admiral Fell Inn is 100% smoke free and has 80 guestrooms that are spread over seven different buildings, which date back to 1770. Each of which include a TV with movies on demand, a two line telephone, iron, hairdryer and hospitality tray. Furthermore there are complimentary toiletries in the en suite bathrooms and bottled water.
Business travellers will find a business centre and three different meeting/conference rooms available for hire. Whilst speciality rooms are also available that include extras like Jacuzzis. For guests with disabilities there are some rooms that have been specifically adapted to suit their needs.
The reception at the Admiral Fell Inn operates around the clock and can provide room service, porters and a concierge. Facilities include a restaurant, bar and car park.
Hotel Lord Baltimore Baltimore
The 3-star Lord Baltimore Hotel is housed in a stunning French Renaissance building in the heart of downtown Baltimore, MD, three blocks from the famous Inner Harbor. The hotel features complimentary services such as high-speed wireless Internet access, HD televisions with sixty channels, custom designed linens and plush pillow top mattresses. Guests enjoy easy access and exclusive offers at area attractions including the National Walters Museum, Visionary Museum, Baltimore Museum, Peabody Library and concert venues. The hotel also is in the city’s business and financial districts.
Towering over the Baltimore skyline at 23 stories with 440 guest rooms, the hotel offers more than 20,000 square feet of meeting, banquet and event space including two roof top garden decks for private events. Lord Baltimore Hotel offers a magnificent 1928 grand ballroom that features Baccarat crystal chandeliers. A mirrored replica of Versailles is the setting for the dining room, the French Kitchen. Additional dining is offered in the lobby bar, the LB Tavern and the LB Bakery. Fully renovated in the spring of 2014, all guest rooms and public spaces feature authentic designs that incorporate state-of-the-art technology while embracing the historic ambience of this National Trust property. In 2014, the hotel will also re-launch the long hidden Speakeasy that was closed with the repeal of Prohibition.