Recently enjoyed a 2 night stay at the Admiral Fell at the tail end of a business trip. Excellent location in Fells Point -- near the water taxis and hustling, bustling square & main streets lined with a cornucopia of restaurants, shops, & pubs. Exceptionally warm and welcoming staff ranging from Hakeem at the front desk, Mario the hotel manager, and Steve the bartender and resident ghost tour guide. Free drink ticket with your ghost tour & Steve is a really fun host. The rooms are clean and roomy, the hotel lounge/bar is lively & full of good conversation & friendly travelers, and the history of the building is fascinating. I didn't experience noise issues described by some, even though my room faced the main st. (Thames). I did hear occasional outside activity up until 11:30pm but nothing out of the ordinary or rude or disturbing. The loudest noises actually came from a few guests running around the hallways on my floor inside the hotel, in the late morning and early afternoon when I checked in. It didn't last long & I think it was a family with kids. All and all, I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at the Admiral Fell and would go back to stay if my journeys took to the area again. Highly recommend!
- 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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- Also Known As:
- Admiral Fell Hotel Baltimore
- Admiral Fell Baltimore