My wife and I stayed at the O'Callaghan Hotel from November 9th-12th.
Location: Not bad, Not Great. You can walk (20 minutes) to the center of town/bay, but it gets annoying after a few times. There is a free bus that runs often. Bottom line- There are a lot of other hotels/ b and bs that are more convenient.
Room: I stayed in room 248. Room was okay. It had a tube television (come on). Wallpaper peeling off in certain areas. I killed some sort of bug (not a roach). Stains on rug. Top of entertainment center was extremely dusty (I am 6'5'' so I can see those sort of things). View was that of an alley/garage.
Staff: Seemed nice. Did not interact with them that often.
Parking: I parked at the Public Parking garage across the street for 1/2 the price that the hotel cost.
Annapolis is wonderful, O'Callaghan Hotel not so much.
- Also Known As:
- o Callaghan Hotel Annapolis
- o Callaghan Annapolis
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A Warm Irish Welcome awaits you in Historic Annapolis! Make us your home while you explore all the great attractions of this great city. Walk to everything or use our free shuttle around the downtown area. All rooms offer free high speed internet. Enjoy a great happy hour in the John Barry Bar! Meetings, weddings and private events. ... more less
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