Went searching the Internet for a stay and park place for a recent cruise out of Baltimore. Admiral Fells was one that offered a package that gave you an overnight stay and parking for the car for the duration of the cruise. Includes a continental breakfast and a $25 certificate to one of four or five area restaurants.
The Inn is very good and the Ghost Tour is interesting to attend.
The restaurants in the area are not exactly the best - food is just so-so.
But there are certainly plenty of bars! If yoou want to pub crawl, this is your place.
It was not on our agenda - and the area gets very noisy at night with party-goers. And this was a Thursday night. Heard that on a Friday/Saturday night it gets louder; if it happens to be a holiday weekend even louder.
But that was the only complaint - the Inn itself is very nice. room is decent size and the staff was friendly. Spent some time in the bar downstairs and talked with the barkeep and learned a lot aobut the area and history. Then did the GhostTour and it is interesting. Inn is supposedly haunted - but just hearing the history of the whole area was very interesting.
The shuttle to and from the Inn works very well. They pick you up, deliver you to the cruise port, and bring you back at the end.
I think if I went back to Baltimore, I'd still consider staying there or maybe one of the "sister" hotels.
- 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
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