Getaway to Baltimore, MD: Charming Places to Stay

Being the birthplace of the national anthem, Baltimore holds a long tradition and history. Because of its important seaport, it is also one of the important cities in Maryland, attracting a number of visitors per year. Compared to Being the birthplace of the national anthem, Baltimore holds a long tradition and history. Because of its important seaport, it is also one of the important cities in Maryland, attracting a number of visitors per year. Compared to other places in the U.S., however, Baltimore features a number of affordable, very charming hotels, adding to a memorable trip. other places in the U.S., however, Baltimore features a number of affordable, very charming hotels, adding to a memorable trip. Below, you find a selection of boutique hotels.

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Embassy Suites Baltimore

Embassy Suites by Hilton - Baltimore Inner Harbor is a modern, yet classic, spacious environment with a light interior invites you to make this a home away from home, with room rates starting around $150. Save a buck or two by taking advantage of the in-room kitchenette including coffeemaker for a good start into the day. Enjoy a complimentary breakfast, snacks in the evening, as well as a dip in the seasonal pool, or quick workout at the gym. The hotel is a stone’s throw away from the Mount Vernon Cultural District, and the National Aquarium is nearby.  

Envy Hotel

When staying at Best Western Plus Envy Hotel, you are right in the heart of the business district. The hotel property is fairly new and close to many attractions such as the Battle and Washington Monuments, the National Aquarium, and USS Constellation. You can get a room for less than $90; expect a rainfall shower, coffeemaker for your morning caffeine boost, complimentary bath products, as well as continental breakfast to fuel for the day. If you feel active, squeeze in a workout in the fitness center.

Hotel Brexton

Hotel Brexton Baltimore Mount Vernon is described as the city’s most unique hotel with average rates of $150 per night. Rooms are spacious and come with daily newspapers, coffee makers, as well as luxurious baths. This charming boutique hotel mixes classic elements with a contemporary interior, making it a place to unwind, not missing any amenities in an intimate atmosphere, right in the heart of Baltimore. Nearby are the Hippodrome Performing Arts, and the University of Brexton, for instance.

Inn at 2920

If you are seeking a comfortable, cozy home away from home, the Inn at 2920 Bed & Breakfast in Baltimore is for you. You are right in the center of the city, having easy access to major attractions such as the Convention Center, Inner Harbor, and Fell’s Point. Restaurants are right on your doorstep. Breakfast is included, and so is Wi-Fi to stay connected. A night at the Inn costs about $190. Rooms are unique and come with a touch of luxury, such as jacuzzi jetted bathtubs. Thirsty? Take advantage of the 24-hour beverage station.

Harbor Hotel

Rooms at The Radisson Hotel Downtown Inner Harbor start at $100 per night; the hotel is in an excellent place, close to the harbor, Walters Art Museum, and Camden Yards. Unwind at the rooftop pool, get a workout in at the gym, or treat your taste buds with a drink at Balto’s Tavern and Tapis. Breakfast is free. Have a perfect start to an active day by getting your dose of caffeine in your room; a coffeemaker is available. A mini-fridge for personal snacks is also available.  

This was written in cooperation with Hipmunk, in the course of their #HipmunkBoutiqueHotels campaign, to bring you a variety of hotels all over the U.S.