The room was beautiful when I walked in. It was clean. The check in was great. Nice young lady. I had everything I needed. I can't believe i had to pay to park while I was staying there but it was the best price around. I loved my stay there and will be back. I'm going to suggest my friend stay here next time we come up. The're higher price hotels wasn't as great as mine. Thank you for the outstanding job.
Traveller from Waynesboro,PA
Located just blocks from the Downtown Inner Harbor and Harbor East, this Sleep Inn offers all of the advantages both business …More
Rooms are small but comfortable, staff went out of their way to help. Aaron (I think that was his name) front desk guy, went to a nearby Convenience store for me at midnight to get medication for an eye infection I contracted on my vacation. The staff were all very helpful. A good experience and I would stay there again.
This hotel isn't right in the harbor but is more "tucked into town" so you definitely need a good navigation system to find it. But it's worth the extra drive to get the seclusion from traffic and city noise. Parking is ample and there are free shuttles to town and local venues. Baltimore Harbor has plenty of attractions and is worthy of a weekend visit and this hotel is comfortable and clean. The ions are spacious and updated with modern furniture, bedding and high-end fixtures in the bathroom. There is a mini-fridge in the room and full size closet and dressers. The sectional sofa and ottoman separated the sleeping area from the sitting space so it was a nice change from your typical hotel. It also has a lovely pool and exercise room. I would definitely return to this hotel if I had to come back to Baltimore.
Traveller from Leesburg, VA
Hyatt Place Baltimore Inner Harbor East offers a refreshing blend of style and innovation. Travelers will enjoy a …More
If you're not familiar with the area or this hotel, you will find yourself parking in a public garage which is right beside the hotel. If you've planned out your day a head, I would advise to take your shower the night before. Our daily plans were delayed 2 hours due to the hot water being out. Also prefer a room not next to the elevators unless you're a heavy sleeper. No exhausts in the bathrooms either, not a big deal.
Johns Hopkins University occupies north Baltimore. To the south, the National Aquarium in Baltimore is Maryland’s most popular attraction. Oriole Park at Camden Yards revels in baseball’s past with a statue of Baltimore’s own Babe Ruth. Lexington Market offers an authentic glimpse and taste of Baltimore culture. The B & O Railroad Museum depicts the origins of mass transit in America.