Hotel by Camden Yards

Old Apr 27th, 2003, 08:54 PM
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Hotel by Camden Yards

I will be traveling to Baltimore in May would like to stay close, walking distance if possible, to Camden Yards. Does anyone have any sugestions for a clean hotel for one night?
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Old Apr 27th, 2003, 09:05 PM
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There is a Marriott (Marriott Inner Harbor) appx. 2 blocks away from the ball park. We stayed there 2 years ago, and found it perfect for the Babe Ruth Museum and Camden Yards. A little bit of a farther walk to get to the shopping/restaurant area, but completely do-able. There is another, newer Marriott downtown as well, where some of the visiting teams stay (the Yankees stayed there, they used to stay at Inner Harbor but moved to the new Marriott because of improved security), but it's much farther away. Enjoy - we loved Camden Yards. Bring your appetite for Boogs BBQ!
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We stayed at Wyndham Inner Harbor last summer. Not usually a big Priceline fan, but they have an "Inner Harbor" option for Baltimore, and ended up with this hotel for real cheap.

Rooms were big, bathrooms a little small, huge hotel - a block or so farther from actual Inner Harbor than some others, but actually closer to Camden Yards than the ones right on Harbor. We easily walked to both Inner Harbor and Camden Yards.

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Inner Harbot is sold out the weekend we are attending 2 Orioles games. 1st time visitors, where should we look for lodging convenient to the ball park? Thanks so much
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Inn at the stadium is a block away from stadium. It's where we stayed, not glorious but it gets the job done
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Old May 29th, 2005, 10:02 AM
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we stay at the Harbor Court - it is an easy walk to the stadium and a little removed fromt he large hotels at the Harbor - a little pricy but worth it.
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Old May 30th, 2005, 09:52 AM
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Personally, I'd never stay at the n at the Stadiums. It isn't in a neighborhood and there's not really any transportation and I WOULD NOT WALK between the staduim and the inn. that being said from a point of view of someone who's partners in the architectural antiques and salvage business right behind the Inn. Look at some of the other hotels more "uptown" like the Raddison, or the Hampton Inn.
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