We are Choice Privileges members, so we naturally were looking for a hotel in Baltimore that is a member of the Choice family. Other hotels closer to the Inner Harbor may charge outrageous prices, but this Sleep Inn is probably just about as nice. We were treated very nicely when we arrived and the General Manager even left a welcoming note in our room along with complementary snacks. The hotel has a small exercise room but no pool. The rooms are sized nicely with very high ceilings since it is a repurposed 100 year old warehouse. The bed was extremely comfortable and the room was decorated nicely and extremely clean. Our room was a small king corner room, and my only misgivings were that there was no mini fridge and the bathroom had an awkward layout with the toilet located less than 12 inches away from the shower door opening. Luckily we both are quite small in stature so this wasn't an issue. In addition, while there was a parking lot, an extra $15 fee is assessed per night and it is insufficient for the size of the hotel, so you'd better make an early night if you want a parking space. The hotel is in a slightly dicey neighborhood which not easily accessible by Public Transit and I would not recommend going out alone at night. the nearest light rail is about 8 blocks away and Amtrak is 1.4 miles away. We took advantage of the free breakfast which was typical continental fare with make-your-own waffles, hot sausage and scrambled eggs, cereal, juice and coffee. All-in-all we were treated very nicely at this hotel and I would recommend it for those traveling by car only.