This historic hotel wins praise for location—the Inner Harbor is a four-minute walk away. The stately building, spacious suites and extras like complimentary breakfast and Wi-Fi also convert many guests into fans. Built as the headquarters of a bank more than a century ago, this 11-story building's grandeur was preserved when it was converted into a hotel in 2007. The original brick façade is as handsome as it ever was, while the 99 studios and one- and two-bedroom suites have up-to-date touches like Wi-Fi, connections for your digital devices and flat-panel TVs in the living areas as well as the bedrooms. Perfect for families, the non-smoking suites have kitchenettes with microwaves and refrigerators, perfect for making in-room snacks. (There's a market area downstairs where you can stock up.) A complimentary breakfast buffet with hot and cold options is served every morning in the attractive dining area, and free coffee and tea are available all day in the lobby. If you have to leave early, the staff will pack you a breakfast to go. There's also an exercise room with cardio equipment. SpringHill Suites is very close to the Inner Harbor's top attractions. Baltimore Aquarium and the Maryland Science Center are both a 10-minute walk south. It's a 15-minute stroll to Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles. Amtrak's Penn Station is a mile north, and Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport is about 10 miles south. Both are accessible by car or light rail. The pluses pile up fast here: spacious suites, lots of amenities, historic building and downtown location. Add free hot breakfasts and Wi-Fi and this place is hard to beat.
24 hour front desk
Premium Movie Channels
Free Full Breakfast Buffet
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