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|"Staff is friendly and helpful!"||(in 162 reviews)|
|"Large rooms with comfortable beds!"||(in 87 reviews)|
|"Great location to Baltimore's sites!"||(in 102 reviews)|
|"The valet service was horrible."||(in 30 reviews)|
|"Terrible service in the restaurant/ bar."||(in 24 reviews)|
|"Wasn’t allowed early check in."||(in 13 reviews)|
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La dame de reception.
Price verses on hers in area
Bathroom tiles were old and creepy, bathroom was not heated and was old and not updated, hallway was dark and scary, room was very small
location to convention center Accommodating for after hours group meeting Staff always pleasant and prompt to fill requests Cafe convenient and tasty offerings Parking valet helpful Rooms quiet and comfortable Always stay here when in town
Housekeeping could be a bit better Towels left in Hallway at night and coffee pod not replaced
The shower water was not consistent and the toilet was broken
One of the most unique and interesting hotels in downtown Baltimore, the Lord Baltimore Hotel is a meticulously restored late 1920’s gem, rich in architectural and historical significance. Arriving guests will find a magnificent lobby featuring classic oil paintings, a grand piano, polished brass, and an award-winning vaulted fresco ceiling highlighted by an immense Murano glass chandelier.
23 stories containing 440 guest rooms and suites, created by interior designer Scott Sanders, offer old world elegance mixed with modern sophistication and private club aesthetic. Featuring charcoal-gray and black color schemes complemented by clean white accents, rooms feature cozy leather armchairs, rich textiles and plush fabrics, contemporary dark espresso furnishings, and vintage artwork. Amenities include flat screen HDTVs, mini-fridges, coffee makers, safes, and free Wi-Fi.
The restaurants on site are steeped in the essence of authentic Baltimore. Guests can enjoy fresh pastries at LB Bakery, the local bounty of the Chesapeake Bay at LB Tavern, or take in stunning skyline views from LB Skybar, the seasonal rooftop deck. The hotel is just steps from the Inner Harbor, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, and M&T Bank Stadium. Charles Center subway station is just across the street, which offers visitors access to the rest of Baltimore’s attractions such as the National Aquarium, The Walters and The American Visionary Art Museums, Fort McHenry, and the Maryland Science Center.
Since 1928, the Lord Baltimore Hotel has been one of the city’s premier destinations for events to remember. Featuring magnificent architecture and timeless interiors, it is among the most unforgettable event venues in the heart of downtown Baltimore.
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Most Popular Landmarks
- Harborplace 0.6 km
- Ripley's Believe It or Not 0.6 km
- Edgar Allan Poe's Grave 0.6 km
- The Walters Art Museum 0.8 km
- Peabody Institute 0.8 km
- National Aquarium Baltimore 0.9 km
|Langley Falls||60.5 km|
|Baltimore Penn||2 km|
|Baltimore Downtown||2.3 km|