Hotels near Mercedes-Benz Superdome
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Baltimore has gone through several transformations since its birth, and boasts a rich and colorful history, making it a must for anyone wanting to visit the United States' most historical cities. Being one of the most popular destinations on the East Coast, there are three airports serving the city, making it easily accessible for visitors all year long. With more than 600 daily flights going in and out of Baltimore or Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport alone, you can find great deals on flights by researching early and comparison shopping.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Hotel Le Marais
Hotel Le Marais
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4.5
717 Conti St., New Orleans
from $119
Le Richelieu in the French Quarter
Le Richelieu in the French Quarter
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4.3
1234 Chartres St, New Orleans
from $97
Hilton New Orleans Riverside
Hilton New Orleans Riverside
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4.2
2 Poydras St, New Orleans
from $99
New Orleans Guest House
New Orleans Guest House
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3.8
1118 Ursulines Avenue, New Orleans
from $59
The Whitney Hotel
The Whitney Hotel
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4.3
610 Poydras St, New Orleans
from $91
Royal Sonesta New Orleans
Royal Sonesta New Orleans
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4.4
300 Bourbon St, New Orleans
from $169
Melrose Mansion
Melrose Mansion
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4.5
937 Esplanade Ave, New Orleans
from $119
St. James Hotel, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member
from $89
Homewood Suites New Orleans
Homewood Suites New Orleans
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4.3
901 Poydras Street, New Orleans
from $87
Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans French Quarter/CBD
from $82
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Affordable Places to Stay Near M&T Bank Stadium

Football fans will want to stay as close to the action as possible during football season at M&T Bank Stadium. Baltimore Ravens fans are in luck. With 50 hotels close to the stadium and Oriole Park, visitors have a short and safe walk to watch their favorite team play.

The closest hotels are a mere half mile away, but if you're willing to walk a bit or take the bus, you can find more affordable rates. Many of the hotels near the stadium have a view on the top floors. You'll find better rates with national chains such as the Holiday Inn or Best Western, all with excellent reviews.

Consider Alternative Hotel Options

Hotels aren't the only option in Baltimore. For those who don't mind a shared room or want to try something different, hostels are a good alternative. Though there is just one hostel listed in the city, HI-Baltimore Hostel, it an absolute steal with fantastic reviews. Starting at $25 a night, this hostel is in an ideal location in the Mount Vernon neighborhood. It includes free Wi-Fi and breakfast.

You will have to share a room with at least 8-12 people, which can overwhelm those not used to hostels. Rooms separate by gender, or if you're feeling up to it, the hostel offers mixed rooms as well. Though Baltimore isn't as expensive as its neighbor, Washington, it can still add up depending on your preferences. Still, Hi-Baltimore Hostel is ideal for the solo traveler looking to save a few bucks.

Stay with a Local and Save Money

Airbnb places are readily available throughout various neighborhoods in Baltimore, and are another great alternative to hotels. Prices are slightly cheaper and if you do your research, you can grab a private room in the heart of some of the most popular neighborhoods for less than $100 a night. You also have the opportunity to enjoy a more local experience since people who rent out their rooms also live there. You may get insider tips and advice not found in your guidebook.

Plenty of Ways to get to the Game

Many hotels are within walking distance to the M&T Bank Stadium, but even a short walk may be unfavorable in the chilly fall and winter months. If your hotel locates itself further away, where walking is not possible, there are several transportation methods to get to the game.

The Light Rail spans 29 miles, offering a cheap and fast transportation method to fans staying as far as Hunt Valley. It stays open for an hour after the football game ends, so you won't have to worry about leaving the game early. The subway is another option if you're staying closer to the stadium, since it is 15 miles long. Many locals take the metro as well, so just follow the purple jerseys if you get lost. Coming in at the cheapest option, the local bus is the least inexpensive option, but can be more confusing. Ask locals or look up routes beforehand to make sure you know which bus to catch.

Stay Out of the Inner Harbor

Inner Harbor is where most of Baltimore's tourism centers itself. While it will be the most convenient location, it is also the most expensive. It is also the noisiest during sporting events. For a quieter and cheaper stay, look at hotels in areas outside the harbor, such as Fells Point. Options aren't limited, as there are many districts and neighborhood, but make sure to stay somewhere near a subway or bus stop to get into the city.

Book Ahead for Preakness Stakes

Preakness Statkes is an American thoroughbred horse race held in Baltimore every third Saturday of May. Second to the Kentucky Derby for attendance, over 100,000 horse racing fans come and see the races every year. If you're planning on visiting that weekend, book early. Hotels around the Pimlico Race Course fill up fast, so look for neighborhoods further away such as Canton.

For a trip to the United States' historical east coast, Baltimore has much to offer for every traveler. A trip to Charm City doesn't have to be expensive, and can keep your wallet happy during your trip. Sightsee, visit the National Aquarium, tour the historical museums, and fine dine all for more than reasonable prices in Baltimore.

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