The Hampton Inn-Inner Harbor on The Charm'tastic Mile is a very nice hotel with spacious luxurious rooms for the price. It's close to all the main downtown attractions. The front desk staff were friendly and professional.
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The Fairfield Inn & Suites/ The Charm'tastic Mile is nice little hotel. It's close to Little Italy & Harbor East. The rooms are nice and the staff were very professional. Its very close to all the main attractions downtown and the inner harbor.
The Brookshire Suites-Inner Harbor on The Charm'tastic Mile is a New York style-boutique hotel with very nice rooms and easy access to all the main attractions downtown. The staff is very nice and professional.
The Residence Inn Inner Harbor is a quick 2-block walk to the Charmtastic Mile, Aquarium & Harborplace. The rooms are clean and the staff is very cordial. Had lunch at 17 Light the food was good (Ahi Tuna) not to spectacular. My overall stay was about 4.5 stars. The rates are very reasonable being that close to all the main attractions.
Went to Explorers Lounge after dinner at Morton's Steakhouse had some great Manhattans and McCallan single malt scotch. Great view of the Inner Harbor and The Charm'tastic Mile. If you are looking for a classy and sophisticated place for after dinner cocktails I recommend Explorers Lounge in the Harbor Court.
Always have nice experience staying here. Friendly staffs, beautiful & clean rooms, strategic location, good food.
Very nice and clean place to stay. Top notch place in Baltimore.
Front Desk staff Saturday 5/22/2011 were amazing. Professional, helpful and very courteous. They sent champagne and candy to our rooms for my sister and my birthdays. I would highly recommend this hotel if you want to stay in downtown Baltimore.
This hotel was incredibly expensive. It was nice, but not as nice as what they are charging. Our room cost $300+ a night. The rooms are a little small. They are clean and updated. The minifridge did not work, nor did the A/C seem to work. We switched rooms twice only to find the A/C worked poorly in all three rooms. It was 90+ degrees during our stay but the room did not get below 78 degrees for the entire stay which was 5 nights. The pool is small and there was no whirlpool. One of the main reasons we stayed here was the pool, and it was entirely closed for different reasons 2 of the 5 days. The exercise room was nice. When we complained, the manager was thoughtful and apologetic, and offered to give us a free night or dinner worth $200. for our troubles. It was an okay stay all in all.If it is 90+ degrees, stay elsewhere.