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58 West Biddle Street, Mount Vernon, Baltimore, MD 21201, United States of America – Show map
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Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Express Check-in/Check-out, Concierge Service, Private Check-in/Check-out
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Within walking distance to many of downtown Baltimore's main sites, including Oriole Park at Camden Yards, this hotel provides comfortable accommodations and modern amenities in the heart of the city....
Score from 119 reviews Wonderful
The location is close to the rail station and center of the city. There are some restaurants in walking distance. The hotel is in historic building used to be a luxury building. You can see remnants of the luxury everywhere. A reasonably good breakfast is provided. The price was by far the cheapest in the area. Now, knowing how to use this hotel, I might go there again I need to be in the area, but not during the summer.
The hotel is in disrepair. Needs fixing pretty much everywhere. One day there was no hot water, and one day a week there is not breakfast, we were there of course at that day. There is no attendant - you are supposed to read email you get about the booking. The email has a lock code that allows you to unlock the front door. Inside you will see a table, on which there will be an envelope with our name and the room key. Just take it and go to the room. If I did not call the hotel to change reservation, I would never noticed it. I arrived a day later, but had to pay for that day, because of the heavily discounted price I paid upfront. In my co-worker room air conditioner was broken and stored in the closet. Mine was working though, but very loud.
They double charged us and refuse to call me back to settle the matter.
Read some some bad reviews and booked anyway. Price was right and it was worth it. I was there for MDF so was out most of the day & night. But was always comfortable when I was there. Nice and quiet. Being 1/3 the price of the bigger hotels I loved what I got. The woman was helpful and polite. Good location by Charles St.. easy commutes around the city on the free bus. Recommend if you're looking for a nice place to crash after long days.
The bed is comfortable.
I arrived too early so I'm not able to check in. I just going out around Baltimore. When I came back about 7pm, there are nobody at the front desk anymore. They left my room key in a public place everyone can easily take it away!! I just don't get it what kind of situation this is... Also, the soap in the restroom has been opened and I can't find anybody to complain to cuz there's no person downstairs at the front desk...
The staff are very helpful. It's close to Penn station and to downtown. Many restaurants around. Quiet place.
WiFi and AC would improve the place.
After booking, for two days I found out the Inn only had me for set up for one day, This caused me an extra 175.00 at another hotel totally wrong!!! I should be reimbursed half my cost!!!
Loved the manager - very helpful and friendly! A charming (if old) building from the OUTSIDE. Quiet considering its location on a busy street. Cheaper than staying downtown / Inner Harbor.
The place needs a serious CLEANING and a LOT of repairs / renovations; torn shades, filthy / old carpets, TV didn't work, crusty / aged bathroom / fixtures etc, hand rails on stairs filthy (painted poorly with flat paint that collects hand grease). "Breakfast" was cheap and unappetizing: packaged pastries I could buy at 7-11. Door squeaked LOUDLY every time I entered my room -- just a run-down old hotel. Overall I'd have to say I was disappointed especially at the price charged. I mean, how hard can it be to get a few handyman type chores done? By appearances I feel the owners must be really "cheap" and not interested in repeat customers.
Location is great. Price is great. Rooms are nice. This should have worked out great.
They have a self-check in, which would work okay except their locks are really old and in bad shape. I couldn't open my door. Since I got there in the middle of the night, there was no one there to assist. I got a room at Motel 6, came back the next morning, and was shown that yes, you can open the door if you are a lockpicker / know just how to wrench the key around. So ... be forewarned. Pull the key up hard and turn left.
loved the restaurant below/connected to the B n B! room was small, but fine. Bathroom did not seem so clean. nice to have free parking lot! Could not eat breakfast as it was later than when I had to leave for my conference.
not sure about breakfast, nothing really to take with me as I had an early starting conference. The bathroom could have been cleaner and the shampoo etc was not new! they were used and reused and minimal.
The room was spacious and the bed was extremely comfortable. The sitting room downstairs was lovely and the decor charming throughout.
The staff was never around--I had to phone them to be buzzed in each of times I went in and out in the afternoon/evening. (I only saw them at breakfast the following morning.) As a single female traveler, the total lack of staff presence made me feel somewhat unsafe. The wi-fi was terrible--it worked at sub-dial-up speed only in the downstairs dining room. Breakfast was minimal with not very fresh-looking fruit and milk whose label (with expiration date) had been ripped off.
Cheap and small hotel with family atmosphere. My room looked nice and was cleaned everyday.
The hotel is old with cracks in walls. Heating is very noisy. Internet connection is poor.
Big room, location
Fan outside sounded like a jet engine and it kept us awake at night. The breakfast was gross and they didn't even have the coffee ready at 8:30am, I didn't even bother. The staff are mostly absent so good luck trying to reach them if there is a problem at night.
Close to transportation. Staff was helpful.
Very dated, no elevator, TV didn't work
-Decent value for inner city, only a mile from the Convention Center/Harbor/etc. (We went for Otakon) -There were breakfast like foods.
-English is the second language of the owners, don't be surprised when you can't understand them over the phone. -Told them the toilet wasn't flushing and they handed me a plunger. -The location is somewhat shady. -Don't flush when someone else is in the shower, you will freeze them.
The room was an ok size and the sheets were clean-for a short notice hotel it was as decent as I can think it could get. Location was ok.
Now, the last thing I expected to write was a novel about this place when I arrived, but I feel like this experience is something you should know before booking here. It wasn’t terrible, but to some people it may be far from what you are looking for in a hotel. Ok, so it may have been pretty bad…but I want to give benefit of the doubt? Ugh. Maybe I’m just terrible at being critical…anyways, I digress. haha 1. There is no one to check in or welcome upon arrival, which I found really bizarre. Everything feels really self-serve (not what I was expecting at all. I walked to the location which does have parking of its own and was pretty convenient. I was then prompted to call a number by a piece of paper taped to the wall near the entrance (a common theme here actually.) The place itself has the feel of a well-worn country home...a little dilapidated by strangely comforting. Everything was clean..ish; dusty, worn, but not terrible. 2. I gathered that the hotel is owned by the owners of the kabob restaurant adjacent to it and the owners were there and not here from other papers taped around the entrance. I called the number. A lady picked up and gave me the passcode to enter the door via telephone and they didn’t seem to know that were coming. I was then told my keys where in an envelope on a table on the side. I had just made the reservation that day on short notice and when I couldn’t find my keys, I called and they said that I could grab one of the unmarked envelopes. The lady then told me there was a chance I would have to take the room with the twin bed instead of the one we booked because she said “Everything was booked up.” That’s strange considering…the website even allowed us to book and it sounded like she had no idea how many rooms they had available. I was kind of upset, (I was with my two siblings. I only imagined three of us in a twin,) but we were tired and headed upstairs.
Quaint, beautiful. Lovely flavor of oldtime Baltimore.
Air conditioning was minimal in the room. Difficult to find because of tree the city won't let them cut down and minimal signage (city issue there too).
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