Baltimore caters to the business traveler but loves families -- there are about 9,000 hotel rooms downtown, with all the expected amenities -- with more hotels due to open in 2010. In 2011, the Four Seasons will open a new hotel on Harbor East's waterfront. Bed-and-breakfasts around town offer unique style and comfort.
Every hotel listed is accessible to travelers with disabilities, although specific amenities vary from place to place.
Bed & Breakfasts -- If you prefer accommodations with a bit more individual attention, stop in one of these city bed-and-breakfasts. Located all over town, each has its own style.
Near the Airport
An alternative to staying downtown and worrying about parking -- especially if you plan to see only the Inner Harbor attractions -- is a hotel near Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport that offers free shuttle service to the North Linthicum Light Rail station. About 15 airport hotels have such shuttles. From North Linthicum, it's a 15-minute ride to the Camden Yards station, which is just 6 blocks from the Inner Harbor. For a train schedule, see www.mtamaryland.com.
Closest to the airport are the BWI Airport Marriott, 1743 W. Nursery Rd. (tel. 800/596-2376 or 410/859-8300; www.marriott.com), which has an indoor pool; Country Inn & Suites BWI Airport, 1717 W. Nursery Rd. (tel. 800/456-4000 or 443/577-1036; www.countryinns.com/bwiairport), with an indoor pool; and Four Points by Sheraton BWI Airport, 7032 Elm Rd. (tel. 800/368-7764 or 410/859-3300; www.bestbwihotel.com), with an outdoor pool. Situated on the same property at 1110 Old Elkridge Landing Rd., the Sheraton Baltimore Washington Airport Hotel (tel. 443/577-2100; www.sheraton.com/baltimore) and the Westin Baltimore Washington Airport (tel. 443/577-2300; www.westin.com/baltimore) both have indoor pools.
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.