Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards

Address: 110 S Eutaw St, Baltimore, Maryland, 21201, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Inner Harbor area of Baltimore, is near Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards, Hippodrome Theatre, Geppi's Entertainment Museum, and Convention Center.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards

    Great stay at the Inner Harbor Marriott

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    We were in town for a baseball game and this hotel is very convenient to the ballpark. The service was great and the room was very clean and comfortable. The staff was very friendly and attentive. My daughter was sick the first night we were there and they took great care of us (they got a us rollaway pronto and made sure we got something to eat) even though the hotel was completely full. We would definitely go back.

    Lack of sleep on a comfortable room

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    Not a delightful stay at a nice hotel. I stayed here because everything else was booked during the IADR convention. (I made the reservation about a week before). Here are my negative experiences:

    - Elevator noise in the room kept me awake with a "HUMM" noise (This may be related to the 8th floor). Stay away from room 846

    - Wall had little or no noise insulation. (I could here the TV and phone conversations of the guest in the adjacent room).

    - Hot water was not hot enough for shower, nor for shaving. (Specifically in the morning)

    - I was annoyed when my card key malfunctioned after a long night in town.

    - Empty towel basket at fitness center at 7:00am

    - Awaken during the night and early morning by firehouse next door (almost every day).

    Some positive experiences:

    Comfortable bed

    Hospitable employees (eg. front desk, maids & concierge)

    All this for $309/00 / night

    We'll be back !

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    We loved everything about this hotel. It is located right on the inner harbor, even has a water taxi stop. Our room was on the 28th floor overlooking the harbor, beautiful view both day and night. The staff was very friendly. We can not wait to go back.

    For an Orioles game there is no place better

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    We planned a weekend for catching 2 games at Camden Yards. The hotel is literally a block away and that block is a parking lot so from our room we could see into the stadium. We could watch the stadium fill up then just stroll down to the lobby and walk right there. the hotel parking for 24 hours was cheaper than some of the nearby lots. The placeis immaculate and has an excellent concierge service. No matter who was at the desk they were very willing to make suggestions on dining etc. This is facility is a credit to the chain.

    Marriott Inner Harbor was comfortable

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    I really enjoyed my stay at the Marriott Inner Harbor but the pool did not work (much to my 5-year olds dismay, but the Holiday Inn next door let us use theirs). and the handicapped room was on the ninth floor. This made me a little uneasy because I thought all handicapped rooms, which I need, were on the first or second floor. Everyone was more than pleasant, though. I was just getting settled and it was time to go.

    I would like to complain about the city itself. Baltimore is a beautiful and very pleasant place but for a person in a wheelchair, like myself, it can be quite scary. There were many hills, unsmooth roads and you're right on top of the road. (only a few feet from the road) Because I had a five-year old, my husband and myself to worry about, it was not very relaxing.

    Great weekend getaway!

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    My husband and I took a weekend getaway to Baltimore Inner harbor and had such a good time. Our stay at the Marriott was excellent. We were able to check in four hours early. The lobby was beautiful.The entire staff was very friendly and knowledgable. Our room was excellent. It was clean,and included a hairdryer, and refreshment center.The bed was SO plush! There were two down comforters, and lots of pillows. The sheets were so soft. Our car was parked in their garage the entire time. We were directly across the street from the ballpark, so we didn't need to drive anywhere. We had drinks and wings in the Marriott bar which were very tasty.There were lots of restaurants nearby, and plenty to do and see. We went to the aquarium, and saw the dolphin show. I recommend getting there when the doors open in the morning, it is VERY crowded.

    It was a great stay, we will certainly return!

    Read this before going

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    Well although the hotel itself is very nice, the service is not exactly perfect. Our room was very nice but on a couple occasions it never got cleaned by the house cleaning crew. We would have to call downstairs to get anything done. Another problem was that while we were there they were fixing a problem in the entrance and had to use a car jack to do it. We were awaken several mornings by that noise. The last thing that bothered us was, we originally planned to stay at the Renissance Marriott on the Harbor a few blocks away, but since when you call into a Marriott representative they are actually located Oklahoma they mixed up our hotel with one of the 3 Marriotts within walking distance of each other. So if you call into Marriott to book your hotel be sure that they have the correct hotel. But, although we stated those faults the hotel did have some good qualities. The manager was absolutley wonderful, along with the bell men and concierge. For the price it was a pretty good hotel. So i recommend that if you can afford it to go to a place like; the nearby Renissance Marriott (on the harbor) then stay there, but if not the inner harbor will do just fine.

    Not Too Kid Friendly.....

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    The hotel itself is lovely. Like the other reviewer said, great, comfy beds, however....we found that the pool did not open until 4:00 pm during the week. Not good for someone with young kids itching to swim.

    Also, the pool had lots of problems; i.e. broken filter, closed for lightening, jacuzzi not hot, all in a three day period. If you are going to be there during the week, check the pool hours before your kids are very disappointed.

    Great Bed

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    This was the best hotel bed I have ever slept on! It had high tread count sheets and 2 goose down comforters and lots of pillows. Room service was very prompt. The room was average and so was the bathroom. The location is great, across from the ballpark. Will stay there again just for the bed!

    BEST PLACE IN THE INNER HARBOR

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    My husband planned a last minute trip (I was 8 months pregnant with my 2nd child) to Baltimore Inner Harbor. Originally made reservations I think at the Wyndam -- we arrived and it was chios. Standing in check in line for 45 minutes and it still had not moved. I quickly called MARRIOTT and asked them if they had hotels in Inner Harbor. They quickly made a reservation at the MARRIOTT INNER HARBOR -- we arrived there - it was a grand foyer with no lines to check in, friendly people and the rooms were the most beautiful rooms I had ever seen. The view was killer with windows all around your room so that you could see everything. It was GREAT - within walking distance to everything! or take the water ferry/taxi. It was so great that this year for Easter we are taking the entire family down there --- keeping the tradition! BEST PLACE to stay --- and the sandwiches in their little DELI are to die for!!!! Makes you want to stop in just for the sandwiches!!!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards

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