My husband and I enjoyed our anniversary weekend at the Maryland Inn. The room and bathroom were both very clean, and the reproduction antiques add charm. Check-in and check-out were a breeze, and staff were helpful and prompt with all requests. Our package included breakfast at the Treaty of Paris, and those meals were superb. The location right off Church circle was convenient to the trolley, shops, restaurants, waterfront, and the Naval Academy.
Two nearby restaurants (just a block or so away) we highly recommend are the Piccolo Roma and the Cafe Normandie.
The reason I don't rate the property 5 stars were the following small inconveniences:
The bathroom of our queen room was tiny, which wouldn't have been an issue if there had been any shelf space. But the only wall shelf was full of supplies, tissue, rolled-up towels, etc.. The elegant pedestal sink, single hook on the back of the door and teensy tiny corner shelf inside the shower itself left no space to put any products other than the floor.
The towels and sheets were okay, above budget chain quality, but not by much. The mattress had a slight depression in the middle and clearly needs to be replaced.
OTOH, there were quite a few pillows on the bed, and the bedroom had several chairs, desk, plenty of hangers in the closet, luggage rack, large flatscreen TV and adjustable heat. And we had a great view of the capitol dome.
Despite the inconviences, I would stay there again, but I'd be sure to pack some over-the-door storage for toiletries, and maybe bring my own pillowcases.