This hotel is perfectly situated for guests wishing to have easy walking access to the Inner Harbour and is only a short walk away from Camden Yards where the Orioles play.
The room was a little disappointing (we had requested a room away from the elevator and were put into a room (#630) directly across from the elevator (the worst location on the floor in relation to that request). Added to that, whenever the staff did something in the staff utility room directly behind the wall of the main bed, the wall and head of the bed would vibrate and cause the bed to shake. My son slept in the sofa pullout, and the room was so small, that when the bed pulled out, there was only about a foot of room between the ends of the two beds which could be a real problem at night (in the dark) and for anyone a little less agile.Finally, the bathroom was separated, with the tub and shower in a slightly dingy room, and the sink and sink light only shut off from the bedroom by a half wall, so any noise at night from someone needing the bathroom sink was readily heard by people sleeping.
The breakfast eating area is also fairly small compared to other Hamptons. There are a few dedicated tables and chairs, and then the seating for the lounge, but not really a large enough area for the number of guests in the hotel at busy times.
On top of that, the $32.00 valet parking fee is one of the highest for any Hampton we have stayed at.
Having stayed at the other downtown Baltimore Hampton (the Convention Centre - across from Camden Yards) which seemed much newer, more spacious and better appointed, I would prefer that hotel over this one for sure. That said, if we were heading to Baltimore and couldn't get a room at the Camden Yards Hampton, I would stay here again.