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Baltimore Harbor Hotel

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One of Baltimore's largest hotels, the Baltimore Harbor divides its rooms between two towers and also houses the largest ballroom in...

Embassy Suites Baltimore Downtown

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The Embassy Suites brand recently bought and updated the Tremont Hotel, adding a two-story lobby and creating a brand-new restaurant,...

Hampton Inn and Suites Baltimore Inner Harbor

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The free breakfast and the logo may be the same, but this Hampton Inn tries to be more urban and chic than others in the chain. In an...

Hilton Home2 Suites Baltimore, Downtown

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Built in the 1960s as an apartment house, the 13-story Home2 Suites is now a modern and eco-friendly all-suites hotel located near Mount...

Hotel Monaco Baltimore

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This 202-room boutique hotel is in the historic headquarters of the B&O Railroad—just two and a half blocks from the Inner Harbor...

Lord Baltimore Hotel

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Baltimore's historic landmark hotel, the Lord Baltimore extends its Jazz Age elegance to the guest rooms. Built in 1928, this 23-story...

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