Hampton Inn Baltimore-Downtown-Convention Center
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Chic and shiny
I booked this hotel based on it being "the only game in town" for a convention event. I expected a standard mid-grade hotel, and was very pleasantly surprised to find it more like a boutique hotel in New York or San Francisco. The decor is chic and modern, with blond wood, black-and-white photos, and splashes of color, as well as clever baseball-oriented touches like the "mitt" sofa in the lobby. The bed and bedding are comfortable enough to make you sigh, and the rooms, though not huge, are well equipped. Ours had a flat-panel TV, a huge glass-walled shower, and a clever breakfast tray/lap desk for the comfy bed.
Tiny down side? Parking is valet-only, and it can take up to 15 minutes to get your car. You're downtown, so park it and forget it, but expect to pay a downtown price ($26/day).
The free breakfast had a nice selection of breads and cereals, with a featured daily hot selection. A small supply of snacks and frozen meals can be found at the front desk. The staff was not just friendly but downright bubbly--they actually seemed to be loving their jobs! Combine this with the perfect location right across from Camden Yards, and you can't ask for anything more. Well played, Hampton Inn!
Great Place To Stay
My wife and I stayed there two nights because of business at Johns Hopkins. Bottom line......This hotel is great.
The price is great.
The location is great.
The price for the valet parking with in and out priviliges is great.
This hotel is new and clean.
The staff are very attentive and accomodating.
The beds are great.
The rooms are quiet.
The breakfast which is free is great. Face it, I eat alot. I can load up on that breakfast and can go all day until dinner. This saves us breakfast and lunch money. This also saves us time. We serve ourselves and do not have to wait for the formality of going to a place, seeing a menu, ordering, eating, and paying a check. I like to think of this as having breakfast at home without having to cook or clean up.
Absolutely stay here.
Gran lugar para estar
Mi esposa y yo estuvimos ahí dos noches por un viaje de negocios que tuvimos que hacer a a John Hopkins. Este hotel es genial. El precio es genial, la ubicación es genial. El precio del servicio de aparcamiento es genial. Este hotel es nuevo y está limpio. El personal es muy atento y servicial. Las camas son geniales. Las habitaciones son tranquilas. El desayuno es gratuito lo cual está muy bien. Yo comí muchísimo. Me llené en el desayuno y pude funcionar todo el día sin cenar. Eso te hace ahorrar el dinero de un desayuno y una comida. También así se ahorra tiempo. Nos servíamos nosotros mismos y así no teníamos que esperar la formalidad de ir al lugar, ver el menú, pedir, comer y pagar. Sería interesante hacer lo mismo cuando desayuno en casa sin tener que cocinar o limpiar. No lo dudes ni un instante y alójate aquí.
Ein neues Hotel in günstiger Lage an der U-Bahn und den Camden Yards. Das Essen beim Gratisfrühstück war frisch und reichlich. Das Zimmer war sehr sauber und geräumig. Auf jeden Fall empfehlenswert.
Nuevo hotel convenientemente situado en el metro y Camden Yards. Desayuno complementario -la comida era fresca y abundante. La habitación estaba muy limpia y era espaciosa. Sin duda alguna lo recomendaría.
new hotel conveniently located at the metro and camden yards.
comp.breakfast -food was fresh, plentiful. room was very clean and spacious. definitely would recommend.
New hotel great location!!!
We also stayed there April 25-28 for Red Sox series. It is right next to Pickles Pub, which is great for pre game cocktails. I've stayed at the Brookshire Suites last year. It was alright. But the Hampton Inn Camden Yards is much newer and nicer. The hotel staff was nice especially the women who has to keep up with the breakfast rush. The breakfast selection is typical Hampton Inn.
Bagels, cereal, fruit, 2 hot items, good coffee, tea, this was enough for us. The BED was soooo comfortable. I will be staying here again. I paid $188.00 with AAA discount. Enjoy! you won't be disappointed.
Great location when attending a game at Camden Yards
We spent two nights while attending a couple of baseball games. The location was great - just step out of the front door, cross the street and we were at the gate.
The hotel is an easy walk to all of the inner harbor sights.
The breakfast buffet was well stocked. The staff was friendly.
This was a typical Hampton, clean and comfortable. I would definitely recommend for a family trip (half the price of some other harbor hotels) or just a quick trip to catch a game.
Tolle Lage, wenn man zu einem Spiel im Camden Yards geht
Wir haben hier zwei Nächte verbracht, als wir ein paar Baseballspiele besuchten. Die Lage war toll - wir gingen durch die Ausgangstür, überquerten die Straße und standen vor dem Eingangstor. Die Sehenswürdigkeiten des Binnenhafens sind zu Fuß gut erreichbar.
Das Frühstücksbuffet war gut bestückt. Das Personal war freundlich. Dies war ein typisches Hampton Inn, sauber und komfortabel. Ich würde es auf jeden Fall für eine Familienreise empfehlen (um die Hälfte billiger als einige der Hafenhotels) oder einfach nur um ein Baseballspiel mitzuerleben.
Gran ubicación cuando tienes que asistir a un partido en el Camden Yards
Pasamos dos noches aquí para asistir a un par de partidos de béisbol. La ubicación es genial, sólo tienes que salir de la puerta del hotel, cruzar la calle y ya estás en el estadio. El hotel estaba a un corto paseo de todos los puntos de interés del puerto interior. El buffet de desayuno está bien surtido. El personal era amable. Este era un típico Hampton, limpio y cómodo. Lo recomendaría sin duda alguna para un viaje de familia (a mitad de precio de algunos otros hoteles del puerto) o simplemente para un viaje rápido para ver un partido.
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