Built in the mid-1800s as a B&O Railroad tobacco warehouse, this richly decorated, warmly inviting B&B–style inn has harbor or garden views from all of its rooms. The inn is at the water's edge, on the very peninsula that gave Fells Point its name. Adjacent to the inn is a marina with slips to 150 feet; all possible amenities are available to visiting yachters. It's a short, scenic walk from the shops, bars, and restaurants of central Fells Point.
May 29, 2007
Agree with everything said. A very different experience from the Marriots and other big chain hotels and very good value for many.
Feb 23, 2005
I recently stayed here for 2 nights and was very pleased with my choice. The inn is a great alternative to the standard chain hotels. The inn offered personal service without being intrusive and the staff appeared genuinely friendly and eager to please guests. The inn is also located in Fells point, a lively neighborhood, which has a wide variety of restaurants and bars. Yet, since the inn is by the water, it's still removed enough that you can sleep
in peace & quiet away from the noise. Some other perks of the hotel included free parking, free internet service and a generous continental breakfast. Oh, and there was a bottle of red wine that was waiting for us in the room! Apparently every guest gets one. That was a nice touch and my spouse and I enjoyed every drop. If you don't HAVE to stay at the Inner Harbor, this is definitely a solid choice.