After reading the other reviews, I am glad I wasn't in the basement! I was on the fourth floor. The stairway going up was kinda nasty; stains on the wall and my friend tripped over the stairs. When we got to the room it took like twenty tries to get into the room. Kinda funny actually.
Okay, the room was bad. There were three lights in the room. Two of them being lamps....which were missing light bulbs. And the one light on the light flickered! SO. ANNOYING. The TV guide they provide say they provide over 50 channels, in reality they offered five which had terrible quality. At that rate we were probably watching TV from an antena. And one small note about their guide, they said the Greyhound station on Haines St (where I had come from) was 7 miles away, in reality it was 2 miles away. Not a problem, but kinda funny the distance was way off.
The funniest thing was that there was a sign in the bathroom that says "we pride ourselves on the quality of our linens and towels". LOL! There was holes and stains in the towels! And I the sign also said to not steal them...yeah, you dont gotta worry about me!
The shower had like no water pressure. I felt like Buddy from the movie Elf having to splash water on me to get clean. And the sink (which wasn't in the bathroom) could have been easily pulled off of the wall. The "air conditioning" was a portable fan, and the window had the lovely view of a brick building.
The complimentary breakfast sucked. The bread looked nasty, along with the orange juice. So I decided to have some cereal...the milk was sour. Oh come on? Really? I ended up getting something to eat at the Barnes and noble cafe later.
I particularly choose this hotel because it's under the choice rewards program. My friend and I who stayed here previously stayed at another choice hotel (that one being a quality inn) and it was PERFECT. We also paid $100 for that one, whereas for this one we paid $60. But hey, you get what you'd pay for. I'd stay here again if I was trying to be cheap. Hopefully I just dont get the basement!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated in the heart of Baltimore, Maryland's legendary Mid Town, and only moments away from many of the Nation's most popular attractions, is where you will find this charming historic hotel. The Mid Towne Suites, originally built in 1862, are ideally located only a short distance away from a number of sites and attractions. There are several museums, shopping districts and restaurants only moments away. After a restful night of sleep, guests at the Mid Towne Baltimore can start their morning with a complimentary continental breakfast, or check their email with the hotel's free wireless internet access. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Rodeway Inn Mid Town Hotel Baltimore
- Midtown Hotel Baltimore