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Baltimore Marriott Waterfront

700 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21202

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Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, Baltimore, Maryland
$ 259
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Map of Baltimore Marriott Waterfront and recommended places nearby
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3. Marriott Inner Harbor $199
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5. Renaissance Harborplace Hotel $249
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7. Hyatt Regency Baltimore $209
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Baltimore Marriott Waterfront - Hotel Reviews from across the web

No title - expert review
The city's tallest hotel and the only one directly on the inner harbor itself, this upscale 32-story Marriott has a neoclassical interior that uses multihue marbles, rich jewel-tone walls, and photographs of Baltimore architectural landmarks. Although it's at the eastern end of the Inner Harbor, all...

No title - expert review
This Marriott dominates a prime piece of waterfront - even though it's more than a few steps from the city's best-known attractions and the convention center. Luckily, the water taxi stops nearby. The hotel rises 32 floors above the Harbor East neighborhood. Rooms here are pretty standard, with the ...

Nice hotel, but not good for sleep - user review
This hotel was nice, but I have to say, I was quite disappointed in the quality of the bed for a 4 star hotel. The mattress was so incredibly soft that it felt like sleeping on a bad pillow. I woke up several times a night by my back aching which is not typical since I am a young woman without back ...

Best (large) hotel in Baltimore - user review
Best views of the inner harbor and city (you'll want a room with an odd number). Warm and friendly service from the front desk to doormen and wait staff in the restaurants. A great place to call home while in Baltimore in the burgeoning Harbor East area. The Inner Harbor is within walking distance a...

Service is sublime! - user review
I recently visited Inner Harbor with my 26 year old daughter, and 75 year old mother. The staff at this hotel went far and above to ensure our comfort and convenience during our stay, even lending us a wheelchair for my mom who was having difficulty visiting some of the sites. They were friendly, he...

No title - user review
Beautiful lobby, nice restaurants within walking distance to all the inner harbor attractions. Plenty of other dining choices within walking distance as well, but the room itself are just l...

No title - user review
Nice hotel with great views from the upper floors. Attractive lobby and lounge areas. Comfortable beds with nice bed linens. Fast elevators. Parking garage was inconvenient (must drive up to 5th level because the first 4 levels are valet only but mostly empty). Parking costs an extra $21 per day. In...

No title - user review
The hotel location is excellent with quick access to the inner harbor and Fells Point. Our room had an excellent view of the harbor. The beds were wonderful, nice linens, duvets and soft pillows. Overall an excellent...

Waste of Money - user review
I have been to this hotel on multiple occasions for business and was very excited when we won it through priceline, but it ended up being a disaster! Upon checking in, we noticed an ov...

Mixed Review - user review
I stayed at this property on business, and I was happy my office was paying. For the price, and the caliber of the hotel, I would expect a much nicer room. The hotel's lobby and commo...

Just a little OK - user review
I stayed with my family between Christmas and New Years Eve. The staffing was excellent, except for the valet, who were constantly fooling around. We parked across the street instead. ...

First rate hotel on the Inner Harbor - user review
My wife and I recently returned after a one-night stay and were quite impressed. After having previously stayed at both the Hyatt and the Renaissance, we would probably rank this one a...

Nice, friendly - user review
Pluses: 20th floor room had great view, spacious room, pretty quiet, close to harbor, nice fitness room. Requested a refrigerator and got one at no extra charge. Fell's point nearby with a variety o...

Nice place to stay - user review
Stayed here on business for a few days in January and thought the property was very nice. Great location and great views of the harbor. The roomservice crabcake sandwich was excellen...

High ceilings, high prices - user review
This is a fine, comfortable hotel, but needs someone to alert the manager that (a) it's 2007, not 1977 and (b) even upper end business travelers are irritated by price gouging for basic b...

Great views, beautiful hotel - user review
This is a wonderful hotel, well worth it's 4 star rating. All public venues are beautiful, with gorgeous marble floors, crystal chandeliers, and highly polished wood. The front desk peop...

AWESOME views of the harbor, nice room - user review
We arrived at the Marriott at 10am, just to ask what time we could check-in. To our pleasant surprise, the room was ready and they gave us the keys right away! We took the elevator up t...

A little pricey but definately worth it - user review
Though there was construction underway by the looks of things, I never heard any noise, and I stayed for several days. The food was amazing, if overpriced, and the beds cannot b...

Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor | Hotel Review | Baltimore | Frommers.com
This hotel, with a 10-story crescent-shaped facade, is across from Camden Yards -- a couple of blocks from Harborplace and the convention center. (Don't confuse it with the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront in Harbor East.) A waterfall dominates the lobby. Guest rooms are designed in contemporary style ...

Latest reviews of Marriott Baltimore Waterfront, Baltimore, MD
was ridiculously priced, but as with all such luxuries it has a laziness fee. If you don't feel like calling anyone or going anywhere, you have to pay a little extra. It is located right in Inner Harbor, just a short walk to Filene's Basement, the Hard Rock Cafe, the Pier 6 Pavilion, and the...

Compare Prices and Read Reviews on Marriott Baltimore Waterfront at Epinions.com
I was surprised at the evident economy practiced in the baths here. Standard white tiles and a cramped bathtub made the bathroom not a place to linger. Whatever budget there might have been had been blown on the granite countertop. The rack rates charged at this hotel would dictate something better....

Marriott Baltimore Waterfront, Baltimore - IgoUgo Reviews
I got married at this hotel last year. I grew up in Maryland and always loved the harbor area. The Inner Harbor is just beautiful, and I knew a wedding on the water would be lovely. The Baltimore Marriott Waterfront is a relatively new addition to Baltimore (less than 10 years old), and once we saw ...

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