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Baltimore Hotels

Whether grabbing some seafood at the Inner Harbor or catching a game at Camden Yards, Baltimore is a revitalized city ready to welcome all visitors.

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Courtyard Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
Guest rating 4.6   443 Reviews
Delta Hotels Baltimore Inner Harbor
Guest rating 4.2   125 Reviews
Fairfield Inn & Suites Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
Guest rating 4.5   446 Reviews
Fairfield Inn & Suites White Marsh
Guest rating 4.4   297 Reviews
Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
Guest rating 4.5   1268 Reviews
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
Guest rating 4.3   1029 Reviews
Residence Inn Baltimore at The Johns Hopkins Medical Campus
Guest rating 4.6   57 Reviews
Residence Inn Baltimore Downtown/ Inner Harbor
Guest rating 4.6   454 Reviews
Residence Inn Baltimore White Marsh
Guest rating 4.3   256 Reviews
SpringHill Suites Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
Guest rating 4.1   297 Reviews
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Once one of the most important ports in the USA, Baltimore has retained its importance, while regaining its charm. The city, which sits on the juncture of Chesapeake Bay in the mid-Atlantic state of Maryland, is easy to navigate as most Baltimore attractionscan be found in the lovely inner harbor. Here you will find the spectacular National Aquarium, which is fun for the whole family with thousands of marine species on display. Other attractions around the harbor include the Civil War-era warship, American Visionary Art Museum, and Maryland Science Center. If museums aren’t your cup of tea, you can simply enjoy the lovely sea views and many boardwalk restaurants that offer fresh and delicious seafood like lobster and famous Maryland crab. Sports buffs can catch a game at Oriole Park or stop by Babe Ruth’s birthplace. Guests ofhotels in Baltimorewill also love Fells Point, the oldest section of Baltimore, which resembles an old English village with authentic pubs, and cobblestone streets. At night, head to the Midtown known as the performing arts district, where you can catch a classical concert, enjoy a dance performance, watch live theatre, or wind down at a cozy jazz club.

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