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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3.8
1645 reviews
202 E Pratt St, Baltimore
from $109
Hyatt Regency Baltimore
Hyatt Regency Baltimore
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3.6
1237 reviews
300 Light St, Baltimore
from $129
Hotel Brexton
Hotel Brexton
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4.0
476 reviews
868 Park Ave, Baltimore
from $139
Holiday Inn Express Baltimore Downtown
Holiday Inn Express Baltimore Downtown
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4.1
323 reviews
221 N Gay Street, Baltimore
from $84
Blue Door on Baltimore
Blue Door on Baltimore
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4.5
119 reviews
2023 East Baltimore St., Baltimore
from $129
Pier 5, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member
Pier 5, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member
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3.8
504 reviews
711 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
from $135
Holiday Inn Express Baltimore At The Stadiums
Holiday Inn Express Baltimore At The Stadiums
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3.8
353 reviews
1701 Russell St, Baltimore
from $84
Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
Baltimore Marriott Waterfront
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4.0
655 reviews
700 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
from $179
Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys
Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys
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3.7
871 reviews
5100 Falls Road, Baltimore
from $116
Courtyard by Marriott Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
Courtyard by Marriott Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
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4.2
385 reviews
1000 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
from $159
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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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