Baltimore Marriott Waterfront

Address: 700 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, Maryland, 21202, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Little Italy area of Baltimore, is near Baltimore Maritime Museum, Little Italy, Star-Spangled Banner Flag House & 1812 Museum, and Cabaret at Germano's.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Baltimore Marriott Waterfront

      A great family getaway!


      We had made plans to travel to Baltimore for a family trip. I got up the day before we were to leave and came across this website and typed in the hotel that we had reserved. The reviews were horrible! So, we immediately cancelled the reservation and liked the write up and reviews for the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel. The hotel was beautiful, quiet (although there was a big convention being held), the staff was friendly and helpful, our room was spacious enough (for 4 people) and had an amazing view of the harbor. Thank you Travel Advisor for pointing us into the right direction. Our short, but needed vacation was a treat and we are making plans to return.

      Loved the hotel


      my family went to baltimore on august thirteenth and stayed two nights we loved the hotel wegot there at two thirty in the afternoon and to my surprise are room was r eady early check in is at four o clock. we were on the seventeenth floor and our room was very nice also the room was spotless.we took my little boy swimming in the indoor pool that was also spotless and heated. the staff were very nice i lost my umbrella in the lobby and they gave me a free one. we always stay at the hyatt but for now on were staying here.

      Loved this hotel!!


      We stayed at this hotel for two nights on June 13-15, 2003. We actually received this hotel on a Priceline bid and we couldn't have been more pleased. It is a beautiful hotel and we received a view overlooking the harbor that was unbelievable. The staff made no mention of our Priceline status and everyone was courteous and nice. We would stay here again, even at regular rates.

      Beautiful Property


      This is a beautiful hotel. The rooms were large, with nice bathrooms and ammenities. The views from most rooms must be great as the hotel sits at a "corner" of the harbour with water on two sides. It is a quick walk to all the Inner Harbour attractions and places to eat.

      The lobby is stunning. It didn't look like a typical Marriott entrance.

      It was quite elegant. Staff was great. There is a coffee shop off the lobby where you can get bagels, juice, donuts, etc. in the morning and sandwiches at lunch that was not expensive.

      The pool area was clean with plenty of towels and an attendant watching the children in the pool.(although he never said he was a lifeguard) There is no whirlpool though.

      Express elevators for the upper floors that only go to the top half of the hotel and the meeting rooms, etc. floors near the bottom of the hotel. We never waited for an elevator or had to wait while one stopped on all those floors in between . There is a seperate elevator lobby for the other set that only goes to the lower half of the hotel. What a great solution to keep the ride quick for everyone.

      The parking garage is attached via another building. Parking was $19/day self park and $25/day valet.



      My husband and I stayed here June 8 and 9th. In making the reservation, I requested a room no higher than the 8th floor with a view of the harbor.(The Marriott has 32 floors and we always prefer to be on lower floors.) When we arrived we were told that our room was not ready.

      However, it was suggested that we check out a room available on the 19th floor. We did and that's where we stayed. It was a corner room with a harbor and city view. The room was spacious and tastefully decorated. My husband spent a lot of time sitting in one of the chairs admiring the views day and night. The staff were extremely courteous and friendly. We would not hesitate to stay here again and definitely have the hotel's Sunday brunch.

      Awesome Room!


      I was given a corner room that gave me a spectacular view of the harbor and marina. The room was beautiful, spacious and well-appointed. The bed was the most comfortable one I've ever slept in and the comforter and pillows were so soft -it was like sleeping on a cloud! The staff was courteous and helpful. You can't go wrong at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel!

      Great Hotel


      I highly recommend this hotel. Our room had a fantastic view of the harbor. The hotel has a great location. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Can't wait to go back.

      Fantastic Hotel


      What a great place to stay. Absolutely beautiful!! The beds are so comfortable and the staff is outstanding. In addition Roy's is located right by the hotel. Roy's is a fantastic restaurant-don't miss it. The only downside is the price! If money is no object then I highly recommend this hotel.

      Great baltimore stay


      I recently stayed at this Marriot over spring break. It was spectacular! The lobby is absolutely gorgeous. The staff was very helpful and friendly. The pool and exercise room were great. I highly recommend a room with a view!!

      Well Worth It


      The Baltimore Marriott Waterfront made an already great trip even better. The rooms were spacious and clean, and the staff was very polite and helpful. The room had an incredible view of the Inner Harbor, and we were well within walking distance of all the area attractions.

      The only negative experience we had was with breakfast in the hotel restaurant. The service was very poor.

      Overall, the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront was well worth the price.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Baltimore Marriott Waterfront

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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