- Reviews: 2
The Dorado: Sleep Afloat - Fell's Point
My husband and I stayed aboard one of the Sleep Afloat houseboats in Fells Point for a week. It was in November. Our boat was called The Dorado. We were absolutely delighted with the experience. We've spoken of it highly with our friends. On this boat, the living area, television, windows, heaters, coziness and location were excellent.While there were a few things that were missing at first (ice trays in the freezer, extra blankets, a little difficulty with the coffee maker), the on site manager, Ryan, and Marcia Nguyen, who managed our reservation (she works for Sleep Afloat), were VERY responsive. When I called about things, the solution occurred fairly rapidly. Staying on the water in a marina so close to all the Fells Point restaurants, close to a grocery store and right on the harbor-side multi use path was ideal for us. We enjoyed this experience way more than staying in a hotel room. Those who do stay on a boat, need to be open to boat particulars. The toilet and shower systems are different than those on land, there is a bit of gentle rocking, and getting on an off the boat needs a bit of balance. I would book with Sleep Afloat again. This is a wonderful alternative to Baltimore's hotels.
Great location, being on the water, close to the multi-use path, cozy, novel, comfortable, close to restaurants and grocery store.
- Reviews: 1755
Ramada Towson: a bed for the night
Towson is a northern suburb, and we chose this hotel because of its location close to friends and pub/restaurant where we were going to a party. <br/><br/>The room was $50 for a single occupancy. Breakfast is included, and the room has free wifi.<br/><br/>It is a typical US motel style place under the Ramada brand. The room was clean and quiet, but at that price not stylish or welcoming! Breakfast was worth skipping - we went to a nearby diner (not the one across the street).<br/><br/>One word of warning. Satnav took us there from the city centre via one of the most deprived areas of town. Rows of boarded up houses and dubious characters hanging around on every corner. We did not feel safe. There must be another route (via the freeway, I suspect). The hotel area itself is not a problem from that perspective.
Value for money.
- Reviews: 45
airbnb best sourse of your own private room
Im a guy that doesnt like staying in dormrooms. Why? your stuff ca be stolen, people can annoy you in your sleep + sharing a bathroom with others urh<br/><br/>Now before i got my ticket to Maryland deathfest i found a website airbnb.com<br/><br/>At first i was going to stay with a lovely lady north of the city. But months before i left she pulled out.<br/><br/>I had spent an hour looking for 4 day accommodation in Baltimore but i couldn't find anything cheap near the city<br/><br/>So i searched airbnb again & i found this great guy called John that let me rent out his guest room for $40 a night. & it was a 25 minute walk to the festival at the bottom of the bay<br/><br/>He was leaving for a new job overseas so he let me ate up allot of his food
You get a nice big bed, towels, a bathroom, a place to store your stuff & a key to the house
- Reviews: 3413
RED ROOF INN: RED ROOF INN IN TIMONIUM
Sunday September 17,2006<br/>As Hans and I wanted to be close to Clarence and Ethel, who live in Timonium and as we were going with them to Blob's Park in the afternoon, we picked the RED ROOF INN. It was conveniently located, just off the Northbound 83 and very easy for us to find.<br/> We had a standard room with kingsize bed. The room also had a 25" television, desk & chair, microwave, microfridge and coffee maker. Continental breakfast was not offered.
- Reviews: 386
Tremont Park Hotel: Suite Little Hotel
I stayed at the Tremont Park Hotel in September 2006, when VT reserved a block of rooms for Baltoberfest (thanks, Hexepatty!). When I opened the door to my room, I was stunned to find that it was a suite. It was huge: a large bedroom with two beds, a dressing area, bathroom, living room, and kitchenette. There were two big closets and a TV.<br/><br/>Other amenities included Internet access, ironing board and iron, hairdryer, and the use of a terrycloth robe. There was a free Continental breakfast (juice, coffee, pastries and muffins) in the restaurant lobby in the morning.<br/><br/>This is the kind of small hotel that I love staying in -- not too many guests, personalized service -- and I would have given it a higher rating if it hadn't been for a problem with the hot water heater. A cold shower isn't the end of the world, but I felt that the management could have been more pro-active about the situation.<br/><br/>The price below is figured on double occupancy.
- Reviews: 7382
Baltimore Hunt Valley Marriott Inn: Baltimore County - North
We went out to Hunt Valley for a family brunch when my daughter flew in from TX. She was staying with my mom in Towson and judging a horse show in Harrisburg PA. My daugher and SIL and grandson also came up after church on Sunday.<br/><br/>This hotel seems to be primarily a business hotel for conventions and meetings. There are 390 rooms (4 floors with 3 concierge levels) and a Convention Center with 28,000 sq ft. of flexible meeting space. There appeared to be at least 3 restaurants and I saw an ATM machine. I saw an outdoor pool and apparently there is also a connecting indoor pool.<br/><br/>There is free parking on the grounds, and they offer a shuttle to BWI airport. There is a subway stop one mile to the NE.<br/><br/>No pets except that service animals are allowed.
Business centers, Express Check-in/Check-out, concierge services<br/>High-speed Internet access and a spacious work desk for the business traveler.<br/><br/>* Coffee/tea in-room<br/>* Newspaper delivered to room<br/>* Newspaper in lobby<br/>* Phone calls: toll-free<br/>* Laundry on-site<br/>* Room service<br/>* Safe deposit boxes, front desk<br/>* Valet dry-cleaning<br/>* Wheelchairs
- Reviews: 47
Any hotel in the Downtown area.....: Downtown Hotels....
When you're visitng another city, the number one aspect you should look for is location. Baltimore has many great hotels, and certainly you should try to stay at one that is located in the Downtown/Inner Harbor area. By doing this, you can save yourself the hassle of worrying about a rental car or public transportation. <br/><br/>Any hotel you can find that sits east of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and west of President Street will pretty much put you into the center of all the action.<br/><br/>So look into deals on Expedia.com, use those hotel points you have saved, or simply surf the web and find the best price. When you get to Baltimore, you'll quickly realize that you won't want to be spending much time at all inside your hotel room. The downtown area simply has so much to see and do, you'll be glad you chose a hotel right in the middle of the excitement!
- Reviews: 3
Mount Royal Terrace: Student Budget Room
It is a house. A BIG old house. I lived here for 4 months. It was great and affordable for us. In case u are gonna stay in baltimore for couple of months, you can ask me for more details of this big house. All prices are included gas, electricity,etc.<br/>Room prices vary: $300, $350, $400,$450. Prices used to be negotiatable.<br/>Landlord is friendly, a wise guy.<br/>Located near the center, walking distance, but who walks anyway in Baltimore?? They usually drives or taking the bus. But remember, public transports arent really safe!!
Facilities:<br/><br/>heater<br/>ac<br/>washmachine<br/>dishmachine<br/>piano<br/>sofas<br/>kitchen utilities<br/>bed<br/>closet<br/>bathroom in ur own room(only 2 big rooms in the house)<br/><br/>ps: the only thing u need to put in mind is that u will be sharing the whole house with 5 or more people.
- Reviews: 2603
Here's a view from my apartment, looking mostly East. Can any of you local yocals figure out where I live??
- Reviews: 2603
Federal Hill neighborhood
Here's the rowhouse in Federal Hill that my best friend and rented while we were in college.
Very very narrow.... I think it was about 10 feet wide. We tossed a coin, and I got the tiny bedroom..... tiny.......
- Reviews: 5956
Hotel rooms around the Inner...
Hotel rooms around the Inner Harbor area are expensive as one would expect. On previous trips, I've stayed outside town in Motel 6, but then you have to drive home from Happy Hour. :( There is no hostel to speak of though there is a grungy cheap hotel norht of Mt. Vernon. I'm happy to now have a friend living in town. ;)
I would have been perfectly happy to fall asleep on this comfy couch at the Brewer's Art.
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