Set in the heart of Baltimore's original shipbuilding neighborhood of Fells Point, the Admiral Fell Inn offers comfortable accommodations with just a touch of atmosphere (and, some say, a ghost or two). Narrow halls connect the seven buildings that make up the inn. About two-thirds of the rooms have a king bed while the rest have two double beds. Rooms are spacious and bright with 12-foot ceilings; I especially like the room that's tucked under the dormers as it has great views of the area. Two corner suites offer separate sitting areas. In an effort to be more green, the inn, an Ascend property, has exchanged its carpets for hardwood floors. Like Baltimore's two other Harbor Magic properties, a $10 destination fee covers evening activities, a popular ghost tour, the shuttle bus that goes between the three hotels and Johns Hopkins Hospital, access to a local fitness center, and domestic long-distance calls. A basement-level room serves as a tavern Wednesday through Saturday. Adela Tapas Bar and an Italian restaurant, Anastasia, are on the property.