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Whether business or pleasure brings you to the Inner Harbor, few other downtown hotels are as convenient to the waterfront shops, restaurants and entertainment as the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel. It's located directly across the street from where the city's renaissance began 30 years ago. The guest rooms have unprecedented comfort and include a flat panel television, iPod docking station and improved high-speed Internet. The hotel boasts a fine restaurant, Watertable, which overlooks busy Pratt Street and the Inner Harbor and Ground Floor Cafe which has become a local favorite, boasting award-winning culinary talent.
A long home run's distance from Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards is popular with the visiting baseball players who come to battle the Orioles. The decor is modern with warm touches and guests will be impressed with the friendly service. You'll also find some NFL visiting teams lodging here.
This brown, brick-walled building has an old look about it, but that image fades away once you step in. Home to numerous flats and lofts, Inner Harbor Loft Apartments is a great place for students and those willing to stay for months, at affordable rates. Electrical and electronic appliances, sufficient for a comfortable stay, are available. Rooms are comfortable, with natural lighting and air conditioning. Trash chutes on each floor take care of that after-party mess. A 24 hour emergency service handles all medical and other problems. As for pets, only cats are allowed.
The Ivy Hotel in the heart of the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood is the perfect place to be if you want a treatment fit for royalty. Built as a private mansion in 1889 for industrialist and banker John Gilman, the house had to undergo a considerable makeover before it could be opened to the public as a hotel. Each room and suite in the hotel is one of a kind and the hotel has a lot to offer with the rooms - from fireplaces and canopied beds to heated limestone bathroom floors. It's easy to get transported to another era as you move through the ivy covered walls, turrets, gardens and balconies. The staff wholeheartedly anticipate and cater to every need you may have and you just have to ask for something to be taken care of immediately. The hotel beautifully lets you experience the epitome of luxury, exclusiveness and grandiosity.
This 14-story hotel, with its striking mirrored windows, has been an Inner Harbor fixture since the early 1980s. In fact, Hyatt Regency Baltimore was among the first major hotels to open at the Inner Harbor, and it's still one of the best. Linked by skyways to the Convention Center and Harborplace, it's more than conveniently located, and the views it offers of the harbor can't be beat. Plus it features two great restaurants: the cigar-friendly Bistro 300 and Pisces, which features live music on the weekends.
As the official hotel of the Baltimore Orioles, you're sure to find the Sheraton Inner Harbor a breeze for getting to and from baseball games. Its downtown/Inner Harbor location means the hotel is convenient to the Convention Center, Inner Harbor, Baltimore Arena and Ravens games. Rooms have stadium (Camden Yards) or Inner Harbor view. Two restaurants - Morton's Steakhouse of Chicago and Oriole's Grille - offer a variety of menu options. An indoor pool lets you work off sitting-all-day tension or walking-all-day-sightseeing exhaustion.