At more than $250 per night we were expecting something really spectacular. What we got was large rooms with mismatched furniture, nowhere to hang a coat, no plug for a hairdryer anywhere near a mirror; coffee grounds meting out on a daily basis (if you ask for it) chips in the paint, gouges in the walls, breakfast NOT included and a single complementary bottle of water. Whoopee. Not a typical hotel, we agree. Worth the price? Absolutely note,
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The new Inn at the Black Olive is Baltimore's Premier Boutique Organic Hotel. From the building materials to the Organic materials and ingredients are the focus.* Cozy Pure Certified Bed, organic bedding, and organic towels* Balconies with harbor views * 800-1000 Square foot rooms with separate dining/living area, bedroom and large spa bathroom with with Sanijet Aqua-therapy tub/Separate walk in shower*Sony Google Internet LED Television with netflix and satellite*Complimentary WIFI and wired broadband*We are ideally located on the boarder of Fells Point and Harbor east along Baltimore's historic waterfront, within walking distance to the convention center, sporting arenas, and the Inner Harbor. We are 14 Blocks south of Hopkins Hospital and all rooms have a view of the Baltimore's harbor. 24 hr Concierge. ... more less
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