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

Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
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3.7
1666 reviews
202 E Pratt St, Baltimore
from $159
Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore
Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore
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4.6
131 reviews
200 International Dr, Baltimore
from $299
Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys
Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys
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3.7
904 reviews
5100 Falls Road, Baltimore
from $116
Hyatt Regency Baltimore
Hyatt Regency Baltimore
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3.6
1283 reviews
300 Light St, Baltimore
from $186
Days Inn Inner Harbor
Days Inn Inner Harbor
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3.6
2048 reviews
100 Hopkins Place Pratt Street & Lombard Street, Baltimore
from $118
Baltimore Harbor Hotel
Baltimore Harbor Hotel
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3.1
2438 reviews
101 W Fayette St, Baltimore
from $109
Inn at 2920
Inn at 2920
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4.7
42 reviews
2920 Elliott Street, Baltimore
from $175
Courtyard by Marriott Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
Courtyard by Marriott Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
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4.0
394 reviews
1000 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
from $167
Hotel Indigo Baltimore - Mt Vernon
Hotel Indigo Baltimore - Mt Vernon
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3.0
2393 reviews
24 West Franklin Street, Baltimore
from $97
Brookshire Suites Baltimore's Inner Harbor
Brookshire Suites Baltimore's Inner Harbor
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3.9
1197 reviews
120 E Lombard St, Baltimore
from $107
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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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