Embassy Suites Hotel Baltimore BWI - Washington Intl. Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEmbassy Suites Hotel Baltimore BWI - Washington Intl. Airport Linthicum
Very nice place for a family stay before we flew home. Good restaurant and great breakfast. We wanted to use the pool so our grandsons could swim but there was a big family reunion going on and the people were offensive. They took over the pool area and were in the halls. Management should have done something. We really like Embassy Suites.
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