The wife and I decided to get out of town for a night and head down to Fell's Point for the day. We checked in about 2pm, immediately got keys to our king room and I parked the car at the public lot a block and a half down on Thames St. I recommed this over the valet if you want to pay half the price and dont mind the short walk. After check in, we set about on our mission for the day: bar hopping! That is after all what one goes to Fell's Point for, right? Yes, there are a LOT of bars. All in all, we spent the day and evening dropping into about 6 or 8 different bars and never travelled more than a block away from our hotel. There is also a nice tapas restaurant next door called Adela where we had dinner. As others have said, there were some minor things I noticed that were in disrepair, but nothing to scoff at. The bed was super comfortable, property was clean, the room layout is a bit quirky, but this is after all a historic building. And you really cant beat the location and being withing walking distance to so much.
- Also Known As:
- Admiral Fell Hotel Baltimore
- Admiral Fell Hotel
- Admiral Fell Baltimore
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A comfortable inn in Maryland that is similar to the home of a well-to-do nineteenth-century sea captain. ... more less
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