Hotels near Charles Village
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Charles Village is primarily a middle-class residential neighborhood, but it attracts a lot of visitors as the home of Johns Hopkins University. The student population brings cultural diversity to the neighborhood, as well as a frat-house bar scene. Ambassador Dining Room's Indian all-you-can-drink brunch is a feast fit for visiting dignitaries, though you're liable to pass out soon after you leave.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Charles Village

Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards
Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards
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3.6
641 reviews
110 S Eutaw St, Baltimore
from $134
Holiday Inn Inner Harbor
Holiday Inn Inner Harbor
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3.6
1679 reviews
301 W Lombard St, Baltimore
from $116
Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys
Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys
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3.7
893 reviews
5100 Falls Road, Baltimore
from $111
Admiral Fell Inn, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member
Admiral Fell Inn, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member
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3.9
477 reviews
888 S Broadway, Baltimore
from $159
Courtyard by Marriott Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
Courtyard by Marriott Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
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4.2
388 reviews
1000 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
from $159
Days Inn Baltimore
Days Inn Baltimore
5701 Baltimore National Pike, Baltimore
from $59
Econo Lodge Baltimore
Econo Lodge Baltimore
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2.5
126 reviews
4200 Primrose Ave, Baltimore
from $61
Quality Inn Downtown Baltimore
Quality Inn Downtown Baltimore
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2.9
1032 reviews
110 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore
from $89
Biltmore Suites Hotel
Biltmore Suites Hotel
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3.4
477 reviews
205 W Madison St, Baltimore
from $89
Inn at the Colonnade Baltimore - a DoubleTree by Hilton
Inn at the Colonnade Baltimore - a DoubleTree by Hilton
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3.7
517 reviews
4 W University Pkwy, Baltimore
from $103
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Charles Village is primarily a middle-class residential neighborhood, but it attracts a lot of visitors as the home of Johns Hopkins University. The student population brings cultural diversity to the neighborhood, as well as a frat-house bar scene. Ambassador Dining Room's Indian all-you-can-drink brunch is a feast fit for visiting dignitaries, though you're liable to pass out soon after you leave.

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