This is a great place to stay for those who appreciate something different. For a three star hotel it is both an impressive experience and a wonderful location. Things got off to a slightly rocky start as our room key failed to work. Despite promises from the front desk I think we would still be standing there now waiting for them to open the door had it not been for a very pleasant maid who let us in.
Rooms are all individual and quirky - our heating/cooling system was more than adequate, though in mid summer it might not be the case. The hotel itself is full of character and charm, and everyone who works there has a wonderful helpful approach. The location is perfect for exploring the inner harbor and was a complete surprise for us given that this was our first visit to Baltimore.
My only gripe is this irritating hotel enjoyment tax. As we stayed on a Sat/Sun we were unable to take part in any of the routine weekly events taking advantage of the area and the hotel's heritage. We were still stung for the 'resort' fee - why not just incorporate the stupid thing into the base rate instead of adding it on at the end?
- 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
- Admiral Fell Baltimore