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How to Get to Baltimore
By Train: Amtrak tickets to Baltimore costs between $35 and USD 195.00 each seat
By Plane: Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, commonly referred to as BWI or BWI Marshall, is an international airport in the Eastern United States serving mainly Baltimore, Maryland, and also Washington, D.C
By Bus: Travel in comfort and style with Baltimore party bus or by normal buses from major cities of United States.
Top attractions to visit in Baltimore
Best Day Tours in Baltimore
- Baltimore Inner Harbor Sailing Experience
- Baltimore Indoor Skydiving Experience with 2 Flights & Personalized Certificate
- History of Chesapeake Bay Sailing Tour
- Spirit of Baltimore Dinner Cruise with Buffet
- Baltimore Inner Harbor Sightseeing Tour
1. Hotel Indigo Baltimore Downtown 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Baltimore
This hotel is located in Baltimore and is within a 5-minute walk of Mt Vernon Place Historic District & Gay Village. This hotel offers free Wi-Fi and a coffee maker in every room.
Rooms at Hotel Indigo Baltimore Downtown include ironing facilities and a safety deposit box. The rooms also have cable TV.
Hotel Indigo Baltimore Downtown was built in 1907 and was originally the city’s YMCA. Guests at the hotel can dine in Poets – Modern Cocktails and Kitchen, which features a daily hot breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Hotel Indigo Baltimore Downtown is within a 5-minute walk of Basilica of the Assumption and Charles Street, which features shopping and dining.
Set in Baltimore’s downtown Mount Vernon neighborhood, this stylish hotel is a 2-minute walk from the Walters Art Museum and a 9-minute walk from a subway stop.
Chic, literary-themed rooms with city views offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and mini fridges, as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Suites add living areas; some are bi-level. Room service is available.
There’s an airy restaurant with a polished cocktail lounge bar. Other amenities include a fitness room and meeting space.
Rooms were big with nice double beds, very comfortable!! Sliding “barn door” style bathroom doors were interesting touch. Only there overnight so we did not take advantage of too much in the hotel, but it has all the normal stuff. The bath amenities are a slight step up from Holiday Inns, shower was great. Lots of outlets/usb outlets in the room.
It constantly amazes me that hotels can keep great customer service staff, as it’s a tough job, but this place was superb. Staff was friendly and efficient. No issues/mistakes/concerns!
How much does a room costs at Hotel Indigo Baltimore Downtown ?
This room comes with a 42-inch flat-screen TV, a work desk with a chair, free WiFi, an easy chair with an ottoman, MP3 player with alarm clock radio, luggage bench, cable channels, coffee maker, hair dryer, iron with ironing board and phone with voicemail service.
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2. Hotel Revival Baltimore, part of JdV by Hyatt 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Baltimore Maryland
Located in the Mt. Vernon Cultural District of downtown Baltimore, this hotel is adjacent to the Washington Monument and Museum. It offers on-site dining and classical rooms with free WiFi.
Each room at the Hotel Revival Baltimore, part of JdV by Hyatt features warm colors and classical furniture. They include white marble walls in the bathroom and a 32-inch flat-screen TV. A microwave and coffee maker are also provided.
A fitness center and a large library with oriental moldings are part of the facilities.
The on-site restaurant, Topside, serves French-influenced American cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Featuring a Renaissance Revival facade, this upscale hotel dating from the 1920s is steps from Walters Art Museum and 1.4 miles from the National Aquarium.
The refined rooms and suites have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and coffeemakers, as well as mini fridges and marble bathrooms. Some offer microwaves, desks and/or minibars, plus views of Mount Vernon. Suites add separate living areas with pull-out sofas; some have kitchenettes. There’s 1 suite with a whirlpool tub and a 4-poster bed.
Amenities include an elegant restaurant/bar, a fitness room, a business center and a rooftop ballroom.
Rich with history and as bold in spirit as Charm City itself, Hotel Revival is Baltimore’s only boutique art hotel. Nestled in the heart of Baltimore’s historic Mount Vernon neighborhood, less than a mile from Penn Station, the new 107-room, 14-story boutique hotel serves as a community gathering place – contributing to the renewal of the area through a vibrant guest experience, thoughtful design, new restaurants and signature rooftop bar.
Designed by SLDesign, the hotel features distinctive art and stunning monument and city views. From all-local craft beer to a local art program curated by Paradigm Gallery + Studio, Hotel Revival embraces and embodies all that is Baltimore.
In the lovely Mount Vernon neighbourhood, this proved to be a good choice. Fab rooftop bar/eatery though we only stayed an hour or so on our first night. Staff reasonably friendly. Both rooms were nice – mine significantly larger, though same price. All facilities were in order, other than the room safe which was missing its key – I didn’t bother about reporting, as we were only there for 2 nights.
Everything very clean. The refurb was a nice job. Took breakfast one morning which was OK but served in the rather soulless area. Staff were decent overall, though the receptionists didn’t seem clued up on the area.
Overall, I had a great stay here. The hotel is well decorated and furnished and I really appreciated the character and style of the hotel, definitely unlike most hotels that I have stayed at previously. The rooms were clean and modern and I was lucky enough to get a room with a beautiful view of the Washington memorial. The restaurant was a bit overpriced, but the views were worth it and the food was pretty terrific as well.
What a wonderful hotel experience! The place is clean and well-run, in addition to having a fabulously chic decor and a beautiful rooftop bar. It is right across from the Walters Art Museum and in walking distance of many other Bolton Hill attractions. It was so nice to stay somewhere with more personality than a Marriott or Hilton, plus the building itself is a well-maintained historic row house situated on a lovely historic block.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Revival Baltimore ?
This suite has a seating area, tumble dryer and air conditioning.
Where to book online – Hotel Revival Baltimore – Gay Friendly Hotels Baltimore MD – you can find the best hotels deals in Baltimore during Baltimore Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Baltimore on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel 3* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Baltimore
This hotel is across the street from Baltimore’s. It offers a concierge desk and rooms with flat-screen TVs.
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel rooms include a refrigerator and coffee maker. The rooms are equipped with an iPod docking station.
Dining at the Renaissance Baltimore is at the Watertable restaurant, which serves American cuisine. The Ground Floor Café & Bar is a coffee shop and bar that serves Starbucks Coffee drinks.
Guests can work out in the gym. The hotel also has a business center. Free WiFi is available in public areas.
Overlooking Baltimore Harbor, this polished hotel is 5 minutes’ walk from Baltimore Convention Center and 7 minutes’ walk from the Charles Center metro station.
Airy rooms and suites feature pillow-top mattresses, and marble bathrooms with designer toiletries. They also offer flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and Wi-Fi (charge), as well as mini fridges and coffeemakers. Some have harbor views. Club-level rooms provide a lounge with free weekday breakfast and evening snacks. Room service is offered.
A cafe has free Wi-Fi, and there’s a water-view restaurant/lounge. Other amenities include meeting rooms, a ballroom and a fitness center.
Explore Baltimore, Maryland’s vibrant Inner Harbor with us! Top-rated Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel is steps away from the city’s storied waterfront, placing guests at the center of downtown Baltimore’s most exciting district. Our Baltimore hotel is close to local attractions like Camden Yards and Harborplace shopping, plus a range of fine dining and nightlife opportunities. Hotel guests can enjoy superior in-room amenities like deluxe marble bathrooms, 37-inch LCD TVs, and amazing water views.
Great location and beautiful and well appointed hotel for a Renaissance. Rooms on the club floor were roomy and modern. Great design in bathroom. The only thing lacking is service. Front desk service was unenthusiastic and not very helpful. Hard to get a helpful answer when asking questions.
The hotel had everything we needed:
– Fabulous view of harbor
– Comfy bed, great shower, lots of receptacles for electrical gizmos
– Small refrigerator, desk, side chair
– Hair dryer, large TV
We choose to go out for dinner and breakfast so did not experience the hotel food. The front desk suggested dinner and arranged for a shuttle.
We were happy with the price given the location.
The hotel will valet park ($45). We did not need in-out privileges and did self-park in the same garage and “self-pay in the garage” via credit card at the pay kiosk when leaving for $29.
Rooms very spacious and clean – comfy mattress! TV remote batteries were dead, but they came up and replaced the remote in minutes. Had an inner courtyard view – nothing much to see. But the 5th floor restaurant has a terrific view of the harbor. Food in the restaurant was very good – especially the crab bisque. The hotel is directly across from the Aquarium, so ideally located to walk to many local attractions and restaurants.
Great location in the Inner Harbor, self parking is convenient, room is well equipped with a Keurig & mini fridge, nice size bathroom with plenty of towels, comfortable beds. Easy check in/check out.
I had a harbor view king, which was just fine. Beautiful view of the harbor, and a very spacious room with excellent connectivity. The charm was pretty much all in the view, but the room was clean and modern and pretty much all you could ask for in a chain at this price point.
The room service menu was not expansive, but it was adequate and reasonably priced. The breakfast buffet in the restaurant, which was available two of the days I was there (even though it’s apparently usually just a weekend option) was above average, and the waitstaff was cheerful and attentive. There’s an unusually well-stocked gift shop with reasonable prices. The location is fine.
How much does a room costs at Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel ?
This room has a iPod dock, seating area and air conditioning. Club lounge access offers complimentary snacks and nonalcoholic beverages.
Where to book online – Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Baltimore MD – you can find the best hotels deals in Baltimore during Baltimore Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Baltimore on Booking.comor Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.comand see more reviews on TripAdvisor.