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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 surrounded by many of the best things to see and... Read More
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 surrounded by many of the best things to see and do in Baltimore, including the National Aquarium next door. People coming in are already in an ebullient mood, so the interior decor is upbeat in the naturally lit lobby, rather than hush-hush. The hotel is pet-friendly. There are internal entrances to McCormick & Schmick's, as well as Ruth's Chris. McCormick & Schimick's provides room service for the hotel, as well as snacks for "Crabby Hour". Balconies with stunning views of the Inner Harbor, along with textured floors and outdoor seating, means you can have a private al fresco meal in grand style. Seafood and cooking classes are regularly scheduled. Exotic orchids provide elegance in the bathrooms.
711 Eastern Ave
Baltimore, MD 21202
- Recommended as Best Hotels Because: A terrific base from which to experience downtown Baltimore! Pier 5's a boutique hotel that's not stuffy. Their shuttle can take you to surrounding neighborhoods.
- Best for Romantic Hotels Because: If you're looking for an intimate feel, but want to stay in the center of it all, the Pier 5 offers that and spectacular views of the Inner Harbor.