I was a little concerned after reading some of the poor reviews, but the price I got from Priceline was just too good. Overall, the Hunt Valley Inn was a nice hotel and we enjoyed our stay there.
The room was spacious, clean, and comfortable. It had the usual amenities: including a flat screen TV, a phone, a coffee maker, and a hairdryer, to mention a few. There is a nice bar/lounge with great food near the lobby. The pool and hot tub looked very nice (we didn't get a chance to use them, but my in-laws did and enjoyed them!). Checking in and out were both easy experiences and the front desk staff were pleasant.
The worst part of the stay was definitely the buffet. We went for breakfast on the first morning of our stay- there was no one to meet us (so we sat ourselves). The waitress who eventually came over was not very pleasant and, apparently, about to end her shift, as she kept rushing us through the meal. The food was ok (not great)-- and the price was obscene ($16 per person). Definitely not worth the $70 it cost for four of us to eat a barely adequate meal. Also on the negative list was that the management apparently decided to close the bar/lounge early on the first night of our stay, which was disappointing, as we were hoping to get a snack after our long trip. There were very few outlets in the room and the alarm clock had been left on and set for 5am (which was an unpleasant wake up!). The heating system was very loud and kept switching on and off all night, which woke me up each time- which was unpleasant. We turned the heat down the second night, which didn't seem to help much.
I had been worried that the place would be difficult to find, but we saw the large sign from the off-ramp on 83 and it was the first right off the highway. There are many restaurants in the area (Chipotle, McDonald's, Outback, Panera, Carabba's- to name a few) and they are all easy to get to. There are also quite a few gas stations and two grocery stores nearby. The hotel campus is HUGE and it can be easy to get lost inside- but it was nice and quiet.
I would definitely stay here again, especially for the price I paid.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Perfect for business or pleasure, this Hunt Valley Inn is in the heart of the business district located across from Hunt Valley Towne Center outdoor mall. Multiple golf courses, Oregon Ridge park, Boordy Vineyards, and Basignani Winery are also nearby. Set amid 18 acres, the Marriott Hunt Valley Inn offers a newly renovated fitness center, indoor-outdoor pool, tennis courts, restaurant, cafe, and lounge. The Hunt Valley Inn guestrooms feature mahogany-style furniture, a work desk and ergonomic chair, wireless internet access, premium cable TV, pay per view movies, two phones, and individual climate control. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Baltimore Marriott Hunt Valley Hotel Hunt Valley
- Marriott Hunt Valley
- Hunt Valley Marriott