“Housed in a former bordello, this boutique B&B offers five individual rooms; high-thread-count sheets, sleek and avant-garde decor, and the nightlife-charged neighborhood of Canton right outside your door.”
“For the money-is-no-object set, Baltimore’s hottest hotel is the Ivy, a Relais & Chateaux property that opened in 2015 in a stunning Gilded Age mansion. Everything from cocktails to wooden puzzles to local kombucha is provided.”
Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Baltimore, Maryland.
“The Kimpton Hotel Monaco has a downtown location that’s close to the harbor, and rooms with the signature Kimpton touches, like yoga mats. The building still boasts the original marble, elevators and Tiffany stained glass of its original incarnation as the B&O Railroad headquarters.” Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Baltimore, Maryland.
“This old Fell’s Point sailors’ hotel has been converted into a lovely inn with Federal-style furniture and four-poster beds. It’s got the best of both of Baltimore’s worlds, with historic and nautical details abounding on the one hand, and plenty of modern amenities on the other.”