Best Baltimore, MD Hotels

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    Radisson Cross Keys

    Where do race horse owners and trainers with thoroughbreds in the Preakness stay? For decades, they – as well as sports legends and other celebrities,...

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    Courtyard Aberdeen at Ripken Stadium

    This may well be the most family friendly hotel in the Baltimore metro area. Through its rear secure doors, kids can walk to Ripken Complex without crossing...

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    Hunt Valley Inn, a Wyndham Grand

    Laurus acquired this property and invested millions, bringing it up to the Wyndham Grand family standards. It's now a polished elegant, wooded lodging right...

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    Pier 5 Hotel

    It's fitting that Pier 5 – nestled in the Inner Harbor with its own pier – has a bright, deconstructed ship look to its interior. After all, it's...

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    Monaco Baltimore, a Kimpton Hotel

    Located in what was the headquarters of one of America's most historic corporations – Baltimore & Ohio Railroad – the architecture of the building...

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    Inn at The Black Olive

    This inn is not quite any accommodations that you've probably stayed at. Think organic, green, modern luxury. Located in the upscale Harbor East...

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    1840s Carrollton Inn

    People who have worked for decades within blocks of this hidden in plain sight inn have no idea it's there. The inn is actually an inter-connection of...

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    Gramercy Mansion

    This mansion, located in Baltimore County, was the home of the former president of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Each room, each floor of the home has its own...

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    Antrim 1844 Country House Hotel

    Built in 1844, the main house and some of the out buildings would have been well-known to Army officers on their way to Gettysburg, just 15 minutes away....

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    The Ivy

    Baltimore never had such an all-out luxurious hotel as the newly opened The Ivy. And yet, everything about it has local flair: local professional and...

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