The truth is that there's really only one hotel in Annapolis worthy of a four-star rating by "destination city" standards. The bad news is this ain't it. The good news is this Westin costs about 35% less per night than that property.
This is essentially a business-class hotel with a few luxury amenities, and at the right discounted rate, it's a good value. If you're visiting Annapolis as a tourist, however, it's really too far from the action to be convenient, unless you absolutely love to walk a lot--and I mean a LOT, or don't mind spending half your day navigating the labyrinth that is downtown while desperately seeking parking for your car, or plan on packing a Segway.
Our King room's A/C was insufficient to make our room comfortable for sleeping and thin walls treated us to a steady chorus of noise from our neighbors. The gym was large-ish but under-equipped; the lone upright stationary bike was broken.
The Westin is a half a star short of what it promises, but booked at the right rate is a fair choice for a downtown Annapolis hotel.
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