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This gorgeous luxury hotel in the heart of Baltimore is like stepping into another era, with its Tiffany stained-glass windows and expanses of white marble. The rooms evoke the Art Deco era, but have a host of thoroughly modern facilities, including iPod ports, complimentary wireless internet, and flatscreen TVs. Amongst its many features, the hotel is pet-friendly, eco-friendly and 100% non-smoking. The staff are perfectly mannered and are more than willing to help guests with finding their way around Baltimore.
Sleep Inn & Suites Downtown Inner Harbor will make your experience in Baltimore exceptional. With free internet and flat screen TVs in every room, you'll have all the technological comforts of home. Guests can take advantage of the free breakfast buffet, business center, and exercise room during their stay. The rooms are comfortable and modern, for a home-like feel away from home.
This historic hotel was built in 1881 and it's featured on the list of Historic Hotels of America. It prides itself on being stylish and accommodating guests from all walks of life. Walk into the hotel, and you'll be sure you made the right choice when you see the modern decor and vibrant colors that fill the space. This hotel is pet friendly, so you can feel free to bring your four-legged friends along.
Pier 5 Hotel features an Art Deco elegance totally in keeping with its prime location by the harbor. Of all the Inner Harbor hotels, this is the only one that sits right at water's edge, and the views from many of the rooms are breathtaking. It is minutes away from the many attractions of Harborplace and the downtown business district, plus it is only a short water-taxi ride from the nightlife of Fells Point. Moreover, guests are given complimentary privileges at the Harbor View Marina health spa.
This waterfront hotel in the charming Fells Point neighborhood of Baltimore is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Formerly the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad tobacco warehouse, this beautifully restored building houses 38 rooms, each with a private bath and view of the harbor or an English country garden. The hotel is named for John Henderson, a pre-Civil War merchant. Every guest who stays in the six-story building receives a complimentary breakfast, including seasonal fruit, fresh pastries and an assortment of juices and yogurts.