Sheraton Baltimore North Hotel

Address: 903 Dulaney Valley Road, Towson, Maryland, 21204, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 903 Dulaney Valley Road, Towson, is near Hampton National Historic Site., Fire Museum of Maryland, Recher Theatre, and Watson's Garden Center.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Baltimore North Hotel Towson

      Great place

      from

      The room was great and the location was terrific to the area. I was visiting the college and stayed here because of the rate 85 a night for the club level room and it was worth twice that much! I would defintly stay there again, it was a terrific place. Everyone was friendly and the rooms were clean.

      Sheraton North (Towson)

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      Stayed there for a week while our house was being renovated. Had tried lesser/cheaper hotel nearby for 1 hour--it was so gross we had to leave, so the Sheraton was our saving grace! Very clean rooms; professional staff were eager to help accommodate cleaning schedules to our 3 year old's nap. Pricey but very convenient to huge mall (has food court, other restaurants & play area for children) plus 1/4 mile off beltway. Covered free! parking garage and wonderful atmosphere. Ordered once off room service menu (restaurant downstairs) and food was excellent--would stay there again anytime!

      Very comfortable

      from

      One of the best hotels I've stayed in. Reasonable price, comfortable beds, dark curtains, clean room. Excellent service.

      Pleasent stay

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      I stayed at the North Hotel in Balitmore (Towson) for one night in April. It was pretty good, very clean and the bed was so so combertable to sleep on! the staff seems nice and the hotel was right across from a mall, so there was plenty to do. Though this hotel is not right in Baltimore, it is in a safe and clean area.

      What a terrible time!

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      Arrived at hotel, was given a key to room , opened the door to find that the room was already occupied. Given new key to another room, all the drawers on the dresser where broken, indoor pool was not working, fitness equipmet was broken, not a pleasant stay at all. They offered me a free night the next time that I stay with them, I ripped up the certificate, as soon as I received it! Warning, DO NOT STAY AT THIS HOTEL!!!

      Walls thin as you'd find in a cheal motel

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      We changed rooms because we could hear a man hacking in the room next to ours...clear as if he was in our room. The staff was very willing to make the switch, but...in our new room, we were awoken by love-making...we have never stayed in a hotel with such thin walls.

      Loved the Sheraton Baltimore North

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      I had the stayed with the Sheraton Baltimore North after one of the snow storms left me stranded. I can tell that what they say about the Sheraton Sweet Sleepers are true. The best sleep I have ever had. The service was great as well considering they were short staffed due to the snow storm. They did not miss a beat. Congrats to the team.

      Could be excellent, but isn't.

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      We just returned from a 4-night stay over Christmas. Agree with spotty housekeeping and that service varies enormously with the employee. Room was okay, but coffee pot didn't work (it was replaced when I left a note), climate control was awful (too hot or had to keep the heat off), faucet in shower was too stiff, only two glasses and two mugs, no cups in bathroom. Maid never emptied ice bucket or left a new bag. Ice machine on our floor was broken for the duration of our stay (and had cigarette ashes in the opening). Most days, only one of three elevators working. Plenty of towels, though, and very comfortable bed with lots of nice pillows. Entire place is not very well kept up. No one mentioned reservations would be essential for the dining room Christmas evening, but we did enjoy a fabulous dinner in the bar. Bar closed very early (before midnight) every night. Service in restaurant at lunchtime was perfunctory and tables all about were dirty (as was flatware).In our experience, some Sheratons are excellent, others, like this one, could be but are not. Booked with Hotwire at a ridiculously low rate, though, so we were overall satisfied.

      So-so stay

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      Stains on the carpet, door to next room allowed noise from other guests to come thru, only one coffee cup with coffee maker, ripped wallpaper where hair drier had been attached. None of these are big problems but they add up to a so-so impression of what for me should have been a higher end hotel stay.

      Convenient location (we have a student at Goucher College)

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      We always have some problems with the room (housekeeping almost always leaves something to be desired...... dirty coffee maker, not enough towels, not vacuumed well enough, dirty windows, etc.). And for some strange reason, they do not use fitted sheets on the beds - so your bedding can end up in something like a big wad! The helpfulness of the staff apparently depends on who's shift it is..... some ARE very friendly and very helpful, others not at all. The skywalk to the mall is great.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Baltimore North Hotel Towson

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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