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Got up pretty early to catch the train into the Port Authority and then from the Port Authority into Baltimore. We arrived around late afternoon and Sam and Ben met us at the bus station. They took us into Annapolis and showed us around the very ritzy port area. Lots of yatchs and high priced shops The weather was warm so we stopped off for delicious ice creams. I had mint choc chip with some other flavour. It was great! Sam then tried to take us to ...
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... mimicked Actaeon's voyeuristic tendencies when watching Dianne and her Nymphs bathe because there was an actual woman inside the bathroom bathing as we were walking through and "viewing" the exhibit. This might have been the most strangely memorable art exhibit/experience we saw during the whole trip.
We saw the time and decided it was time to leave the National Gallery, via Trafalgar Square and back to the hotel. We got back to ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel & Conference Center Baltimore
We recently just stayed one night at this hotel, and have no complaints at all. I had an appointment at Johns Hopkins, and Best Western offered the best Hopkins rate. I have to admit, after reading the reviews, I was pleasantly surprised. I did read about the renovations, so I did ask for a room that had been renovated. We had no problem finding the hotel. There were huge signs posted because of the bus terminal. They provided free transportation to the Harbor and back and also to Johns Hopkins. Parking was free, which is a big difference from hotels in the Harbor. Staff was very pleasant. The hotel was very clean. We didn't have time to try their complimentary breakfast because of my appointment, so I cannot comment on the food. I have several visits to make to Hopkins, so I know we will be a frequent visitor.
We just returned from a convention in Baltimore, Maryland. We stayed 4 nights at this hotel. I knew when we arrived and it was attached to a bus terminal/station that we were in trouble.
We recently stayed at the best western for two nights. The hotel is remodeling which made it hard to rate everything. We were very happy with the location and the free van to the harbor saved us paying to park. Our room could of used a update but everything worked and we had no problems. I booked this hotel mainly because of the free van service. The driver was very friendly and all you have to do is schedule your times at the front desk. They run every hour all day. After visting Baltimore I'm glad we did not have to drive, many areas are very run down. I would not want to get lost. Hotels in the harbor were 3 times the price we paid around $90 a night. The free morning breakfast was very good with many different items. If we decide to go to a ballgame again we will stay at this hotel again, but the price might go up after they are finished remodeling.
the front desk was very helpful and gave excellent directions to surrounding attractions The hotel was clean and rooms in order is was odd to have a tv in the bathroom! The pool was to cool to swim in and the sauna was broken but the hot tub was wonderful the free breakfast was the largest spread I have ever seen offered.
A pleasant surprise
For those of us who know Best Western as a chain of hotel properties that have seen better days ("Worst Western"), this location is a pleasant surprise. Clean, well-apponted rooms & public areas, a free breakfast including "eggs" and "sausage", and a USA Today (in a stack in by the restaurant) made this an enjoyable stay - and one of the few decent places in Baltimore that is anywhere near a reasonable price ($99). I hope I never return to Baltimore itself (pot-holed roads, few street signs, snarled traffic, and an airport run like a third-world country - with no place to fill your rental car's tank anywhere near the airport), but if I do, I will stay here.
Beautiful Hotel! I recently attended the Market America conference and was very impressed. We received excellent service by all hotel staff, from the front desk to the meeting rooms. I would highly recommend this hotel for either business meetings or personal stays.
Most friendly, hospitable and clean
Was a very rewarding experience to stay at the Best Western on
Mc'Donnell Street in Baltimore.
VERY clean, MOST hospitable and a great deal for the rate.Great
location right at the I-95 making accessibility to anwhere very easy.
Would HIGHLY recommend.
We were woken at 6:30 AM by loud banging which kept on for at least an hour before I went to the front desk to find out what was going on. I was told by the clerk that no work was being done. She reluctantly called the maintenance supervisor, who also said no work was going on.