Four Points By Sheraton Bwi Airport

Address: 1001 Scott Drive, Baltimore, Maryland, 21240, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1001 Scott Drive, Baltimore, is near Narikhala Fortress, The City-Museum Reserve of Mtskheta, Historical Electronics Museum, and Bagrati Cathedral and Gelati Monastery.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Points By Sheraton Bwi Airport Baltimore

Dated!

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Only stay here if you need a hotel close to the airport, as it is the closest and it wasn't noisy either.

Otherwise, don't stay here unless you like old 2 story Holiday Inns.

The room even had a dehumidifier! What does that tell you? Yuck!

Comfortable, clean, friendly service, All Good

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For the money ... you may not find a better quality. This is a very nice hotel very close to the airport. They have a shuttle that I used 4 times. They were quick. We were there as out-of-towner's to watch our team beat the O's. The shuttle took us to the light rail and the rail drops you in front of the park. Easy!

If you are looking to in the city, this is not the hotel, but you'll pay two or three times the rate.

We ate at the bar. Drinks were fine. Nothing special except a couple local micro brews on tap. A good thing.

We ate there twice and both meals were fine. Again, nothing special, but good.

If you are looking for a cost effective, clean, friendly overnight, this is your place.

They took care of us

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We loved the hotel. I was traveling with my 84 year old mother and it couldn't have been a better experience. The staff went out of their way to be helpful --what wonderful, cheerful, energetic people they were! The bedding was very plush and upscale and the hotel is right at the airport so is less than five minute shuttle ride away. Best of all I got the room on priceline for half the rack rate. Its the only 3 star at the airport on Priceline so your'e sure of getting it at the price you want. I was treated like a full pay customer got two beds and no smoking with no problem.

Friendly service, lovely room

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I stayed here for the New Year's weekend and loved my room! I got a deluxe so perhaps you get what you paid for. My room was 325 sq. ft. and for each decreasing level of room it drops by 100 sq.ft. Pleasant service, breakfast included, free wireless internet, marble bathroom areas, nice large room. The bathroom's small but didn't spend much time in it so no complaints.

Just fine, nothing fancy, but comfortable

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Stayed at the Sheraton BWI airport this past weekend for two nights. I came to Baltimore to watch the Red Sox, and this was one of the only hotels available. The lobby of the hotel looks a lot nicer on the Sheraton website then in person, but it's clean and the employees are extremely friendly. In fact, I have to say that all of the employees I came into contact with were awesome, kudos to them on that. Our room with a king size bed was clean and comfortable - the bed was great and the room was nice, however the bathroom was tiny with the door or toilet blocking the tub. The shuttle to/from the airport was fantastic - very fast and never had to wait more than 5mins. My only caveat is - if you are coming down to Baltimore to enjoy the Inner Harbor and go to Camden Yards, I would check with those hotels that have "Inner Harbor" in their names. It was a pain to take the light rail to Camden - actually the ride there is fine, but service coming back is spotty. And coming back you have to take the Light Rail to the airport, then wait for the Sheraton shuttle.

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Satisfied

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I was extremley satisfied with my experience at this hotel. I thought the room was value priced compared to other hotels I have stayed in. I requested a king size bed and a roll away for my son. The bed was extremely comfortable and the room was suprisingly big. The roll away bed was the size of a qn/dbl bed. The staff was very polite and eager to please. I would definitly stay here again and plan to in the near future.

An okay Stay at airport hotel

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I recently attended a wedding reception at this hotel and ended up spending the night. The King room my wife and I reserved was nicelly decorated and clean, but the room was a bit small with very little floor space. We found ourselves walking sideways going back and forth to the bathroom because the area between the bed and dresser was so narrow. The rate was very good and the food was excellent. This is a good value hotel.

Unless you have a pre-dawn flight, don't bother....

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I stayed here for one reason: this hotel is about as close as you can get to sleeping in the terminal without actually doing so. With a 6AM flight from BWI to Denver in my future, I placed a premium on the ability to roll out of bed, stumble to the gate, and still make the plane.

And I'll say this for the Sheraton. It was more comfortable than sleeping IN the terminal.

The lobby was nice enough, but the rooms could use a little bit of an upgrade. Willing to bet there are better options nearby.

Umm, Not Sheraton's Best

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Other than the fact that it's next to the airport, there is nothing redeeming about this hotel. I'm normally a pretty faithful Starwood Elite guest, but this hotel isn't somewhere I'll stay again. I'll stay at a Marriott first. The hotel had no Sweet Sleeper, the TV reception was horrible, the bathroom was tiny (had to close the door to go), on and on and on. Save yourself some money and stay somewhere else. BUT, the shuttle to the airport was fast! :)

Very convenient, otherwise average

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I stayed here last night, coming from a business meeting and needing to catch an early morning flight at BWI. There is no doubt this hotel is convenient to the airport, almost within walking distance (0.8 miles, but not safe to walk) and a quick 3 minute shuttle ride provided by the hotel. Parking is free. The property is a two story, typical airport hotel as they built them back in the 60s or 70s, not todays highrise.

The hotel blurb refers to refurbished rooms, but it's been awhile. The entire property is very clean, albeit everything is showing a bit of age. Bathrooms had marble counters and furnishings are standard business hotel, although again showing some age. The staff was very friendly and efficient. The restaurant on site was surprisingly good: single lump crabcake with starch, veggies, bread and a dinner salad (iceberg lettuce, but heirloom yellow tomatoes) for $15.95, although the friendly waiter didn't know Zinfandel was a red wine and brought me an apple tart, while describing it as peach cobbler. The AARP rate of $99 per night is a very good value; if you pay rack rate, it's way overpriced. For business travelers needing to get to or from the airport, this is quite good (although the Marriott Hotel, Marriott Courtyard, and several others are probably a bit nicer if the rates are equal). For families or for more than a quick overnight stay, go downtown and enjoy the harbor.

TripAdvisor Reviews Four Points By Sheraton Bwi Airport Baltimore

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