Really I felt once is not enough, and so next month I booked a room (this time a king suite as against last time's queen bed room) again at iltmore Suites Hotel Baltimore. What attracted us there again? Well, my 6 year old liked the tiny elevator of olden days, a lovely stair case with a lot of beautifuly smooth woodwork to run his hands on, and the quiet lobby and of course the gold fish; my husband liked to spend the whole day in a noiseless and spacious room with his laptop after enjoying complimentary breakfast with fresh coffee, bagels, muffins,fruit, cereal and later some food delivered to the room; as for me, I liked the overall grandeur of the Victorian age. he rom decor in keping with the style and the kind of homelines. It's an experience to be experienced. Biltmore can be a disappointment for those looking for high rise ultra modern franchise hotel with bar, restaurants and gym rooms on the premises. But what is the difference between those noisy hotels and an airport or your own office for that matter! So if you have a taste for something different, just go for biltmore in Baltimore. Service is good. Parking cheap ($ 3 a day), and bus/light rail nearby. In the evening it may not look bright from outside, but its just fine in side. I think if the entrance passage had a brighter lighting, (and if the hotel would have been on the waterfront) I would have given it a 5 point rating instead of 4.
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