Worst hotel ever A review of Historic Inns of Annapolis
This hotel is run down, smelly, old, and a little creepy. The shower had no hot water - I was told that the pipes had probably calcitrated and that I should take a bath. The door to my room did not latch shut when I closed it. The overhead light in my room flickered on and off as if it had a short in it. The room smelled musty and mildewy. The mattress was very "historic" - old, droopy, and uncomfortable. The bedspread had a stain on it. My room was not cleaned properly. The coffee pot was not emptied and no new coffee was left. The staff was not accomodating in the least. I asked to be moved to a better room and was denied even though the front desk told me they were holding open three unoccupied rooms in the Robert Johson House.
The only good thing about this hotel is the location.
If you are crazy and still considering staying at the Historic Inns of Annapolis, the one strong recommendation I can give you is: when you make your reservation, clearly and firmly DEMAND to be placed in the Robert Johnson House and tell them under NO CIRCUMSTANCES do you want to be placed in the Maryland Inn.