Going to a baseball or football game? This is your hotel. Going to the Inner Harbor? Not so much.
It was probably only 10 blocks to the end of the Inner Harbor but it was a LONG 45-minute walk for our two young kids. We probably should have stayed closer into town.
The hotel was beautiful and new. Also very quiet (although I doubt this is the case on game days with the string of bars adjacent to the front door!)
Parking was terribly expensive. Not only does the hotel charge $29 a day, but there is a city parking tax of $5 a day as well. The staff were great though, the valet staff were especially friendly and helpful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Within walking distance to many of downtown Baltimore's main sites, including Oriole Park at Camden Yards, The Convention Center, University of Maryland Medical Center, this hotel provides comfortable accommodations and modern amenities, in the heart of the city. Guests can also visit the nearby Babe Ruth Museum, the B & O Railroad Museum, M&T Stadium and the exciting Inner Harbor. Guests at the Baltimore Downtown Convention Center Hampton Inn can also relax on comfortable Cloud Nine beds and enjoy in-room movies on flat-screen TVs. The hotel also offers a delicious free hot breakfast as well as wireless internet access and free guest laundry services ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hampton Inn Baltimore Downtown Hotel Baltimore
- Hampton Inn Camden Yards
- Baltimore Hampton Inn