Attention baseball fans! If you ever wanted a hotel room overlooking a professional ballpark, this is it. That's right: half the rooms overlook Camden Yards, home of the Orioles. (The others tend to be booked by conventioneers as the hotel is connected to the Convention Center by a covered walkway.) Ten hospitality suites have balconies looking over the outfield wall. Even the fitness center equipment faces the stadium with a terrace open (until 10pm) every day of baseball season. Rooms are outfitted according to Hilton standards with beige and caramel-colored upholstery and drapes, armless chairs, and beds with quilted headboards. Only the bedding varies from room to room. Choose a king or two double beds. Accommodations are bright and streamlined with gleaming baths. The Diamond Tavern adjacent to the Eutaw Street entrance to Oriole Park attracts lots of fans on game day. The indoor 25-yard lap pool is shallow enough for kids and has a lifeguard, per city regulations.