The artwork is very cool and modern, the room was actually quite nice. The bed was comfy and the staff was great. I called ahead to have a bottle of champagne waiting for us in the room when we arrived and they had it waiting. It wasn't an elite hotel but for the price it exceeded expectations. The only negatives were the parking (lack of) had to pay $21 to park in the garage next door overnight. Also the block the hotel is on is kind of run down. Otherwise this place was cool for a night in BMore.
Step outside the front door of the Brookshire Suites and you’re at the center of Baltimore’s world-famous Inner Harbor …More
The hotel is situated in a developed area where there are lots of empty buildings but close to other hotels and the waterfront. You can see that there are building are in construction. The walk to inner harbor is not too far. You can also take the City Charm Circular bus that is free. There are some good places to eat nearby (especially on Thames Street.) The hotel is new and the complimentary breakfast was a surprise.
Hyatt Place Baltimore Inner Harbor East offers a refreshing blend of style and innovation. Travelers will enjoy a …More
We always stay at this hotel when we come to Baltimore whether it be for the Tow Show each year or even when Scentsy had our Convention there several years back. The staff is always very nice and accommodating, very friendly. .
If you are driving, avoid rush hour anywhere near the hotel. It was bumper to bumper insanity. The bus drivers and cops were the biggest offenders. The room was good. Happy hour is awesome. Breakfast amazing.
We needed a place to stay while participating in an art show. The hotel was so very clean, the staff was really friendly and helpful. We had a great nights sleep, which is the most important thing! We would certainly stay here again!
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.
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