HotelsHistoric Hotels in Baltimore

Historic Hotels in Baltimore

An important shipping hub, Baltimore grew quickly and attracted innovators from all over the world. Staying in one of these historic hotels gives guests a peek into the city's past.
from $135
Admiral Fell Inn
The Admiral Fell Inn opened as a retreat from carousing sailors who frequented Fell's Point during the 1900s. The original building started as a small boarding house that quickly expanded into a 105-room YMCA.During the height of its popularity, the location served 50,000 sailors per year.
from $98
Hampton Inn & Suites Baltimore Inner Harbor
Image via Flickr by Gavin St. OursAfter the Great Baltimore Fire destroyed much of the city's buildings, architect Theodore Wells Pietsch helped shape a new future for the downtown and Inner Harbor areas. He made this building in 1906 for U.S. Fidelity and Guarantee.The building maintains its early 20th century charm, but it offers all the modern conveniences.
from $108
Hotel Brexton
Hotel Brexton has seen plenty of ups and downs. Located in the Mount Vernon neighborhood, many of the city's elite 19th century residents frequented the building. Unfortunately, time eroded its grandeur. Several renovations improved the building, but it failed to meet city building codes in the 1970s. This led to a steady decline as the neighborhood continued to thrive and cultural institutions moved to the area.A complete renovation in 1997 returned Hotel Brexton to its former glory.
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