Residence Inn Baltimore White Marsh

Address: 4980 Mercantile Rd, Baltimore, Maryland, 21236, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the White Marsh area of Baltimore, is near Sherwood Gardens.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Residence Inn Baltimore White Marsh

    Clean and Quiet

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    My husband and 13 year old son stayed in the one bedroom suite August 24 and 25 2006. I was a bit hesitant after reading the previous review but after speaking with the hotel I felt better and booked it. The hotel is spotless and our room on the 3rd floor was very quiet. We had a full kitchen which was nice. We put waters in the frig and had a table to eat dinner at. The area surrounding the hotel is LOADED with restaurant and shopping. The car ride to the inner harbour took about 15 minutes. The hotel offers an outdoor pool, free internet access in the lobby with a printer and a pool table which my husband and son enjoyed while I shopped at IKEA. The breakfast was okay, they offered the usual-yougurt, cereal, juice, sausages, coffee, bagel and donuts. The hotel staff was friendly and we received a free USAtoday on Friday. The one bedroom suite was great-we had 2 tvs, and a door between the bedroom and living room. The bathroom area was spacious, pretty and functional. All in all it was a great stay.

    Most horrible/dirtyHotel

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    I stayed at the Baltimore/ White Marsh Residence Inn/Marriott at 4980 Mercantile Drive, Baltimore, MD I was biten by dog fleas and bed bugs which were all over the room, under the covers and sheets, as the hotel apparently allowed pets but didn't sanitize after them. The bed was full of fleas and bugs under the covers and all over the mattress. Now, all my body, and especially legs/feet, are scarred and all my body and skin has SEVERE permanent marks and wounds which required immediate medical attention at the time. Because of the hotel's negligence, I have to suffer body injuries and a lot of pain and suffering.

    The stay at the Marriott's was extremely regretful.I have addressed to management the hotel's lack of sanitization and proper cleaning.

    Fabulous

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    First time at a Residence Inn and loved it. This one totally rocked. Our studio was spacious, modern, and very clean. People are friendly and breakfast is awesome!

    Highly recommend this hotel

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    This hotel was one of the cleanest that I've stayed at. The assistant manager Erica Raimondi went out of her way to make sure everyones stay was pleasant. I wish every hotel was as enjoyable to stay at, as this one.

    Great Hotel

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    We had an excellent stay at this hotel. Even our "studio" suite was huge by comparison to most rooms. I wish we had stayed longer than the one night we did. The pool was VERY warm and there is a billiards table, a fireplace, a small basketball/sports court as well. Breakfast was more than continental with eggs, pancakes, sausage, fixins for breakfast burritos, waffles, oatmeal, cereal, fruit, yogurt, etc etc.

    No need to leave Fido home!

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    We've stayed here several times, and would highly recommend it. Great staff, huge rooms that are basically like apartments, very clean. Another great thing is that they allow pets. We have brought our Golden Retriever, Suzie, twice now, and are planning another visit later this year. There is a $75 deep cleaning fee and a surcharge of $10 a night on the room, which I think is very reasonable. They keep an area past the parking lot for the dogs to do their business - my only complaint would be that a lot of dogowners who stay here apparently don't feel the need to clean up after their dogs, as the last time we stayed there was quite a bit of waste out there. Even the small breakfast buffet is very nice, with a really cool waffle maker and premixed cups of waffle mix.

    Wonderful hotel!!

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    We stayed at Residence Inn (White Marsh) on Labor Day weekend, we had a wonderful time, the hotel is beautiful, and the staff are very polite, and

    very helpful.

    Will come back!!!

    Good alternative to staying in Baltimore

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    We stayed here after reading the other postings and were not disappointed. The room was clean and the front desk staff were extremely helpful and attentive. We had an appointment at Johns Hopkins the next day and found the location very convenient and much more affordable then trying to stay downtown in Baltimore. It's also located next to a large mall with many dining choices and a movie theater.

    Loved this Hotel!!!!

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    My family stayed at this hotel on the weekend of July 16, 2004. This hotel has to be the cleanest hotel that I've ever stayed in. Our room had all of the conveniences of home. We will definitely stay there again. A great alternative from staying at a hotel at the Inner Harbour and the price can't be beat!

    PLUSes - outpool pool. picnic area and tennis courts!

    Great place, friendly staff!

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    Our family of five stayed in a two bedroom suite at this hotel for one night. Each bedroom had a queen-sized bed and there was also a pull-out sofa.

    There were three very helpful and friendly gentlemen behind the desk when we checked in. They immediately got us the additional rollaway we requested for no extra charge.

    The room was clean and comfortable. Breakfast the next morning (included in the price) was not so hot...some greasy eggs and sausage, and the rest was cold foods....but we aren't big breakfast eaters so that was okay. There was free internet access in the lobby.

    I would definitely recommend this place!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn Baltimore White Marsh

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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