My wife and I stayed a couple nights in Annapolis as a weekend get-away. We didn't have reservations so we stopped at the visitor's center. They told us about O'Callaghan and a special offer they had that day so we checked it out. For that area we got a good deal and our stay was very pleasant. It was within a long walk from the historic waterfront area; you can also catch the free shuttle if you wait about 15-20 minutes. We had breakfast in the dining room one morning; very good but expensive if you just want a light breakfast. You'll also pay a daily fee for parking in their garage....everywhere you go in Annapolis you'll pay to park. Overall it was a nice stay and we'd stay there again if we return to Annapolis. If you're looking for something to do in the area the Segs in the City tour on Segways was a lot of fun and very informative...the tour started just down the street from O'Callaghan. We also took a sunset cruise on the Schooner Woodwind...highly recommend that tour.
- 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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- Also Known As:
- o Callaghan Hotel Annapolis
- o Callaghan Annapolis