I went to a conference there in March and luckily only stayed a night. The room was average and nothing special for the money. The biggest rip-off is the Overnight Parking.
I can see paying $36 a night in NY or even Chicago, but Baltimore????
If I was to stay two nights - I would have been better off taking a taxi from the airport - even though it is a far drive - than renting a car and paying for parking.
You would think they would have a reduced rate for a guest - but they
don't. $36 a night for parking? I even wrote that on their survey which they conveniently leave out any question about the cost of parking. The manager sending out the survey never responded. So how concerned are they about your stay?
This was my first time in Baltimore and I would not think about going
there again. As for holding a conference there, pick another city. Las Vegas, Chicago, Dallas/ Fort Worth (Hyatt accessible by monorail from airport).
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