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Admiral Fell Inn
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Take your earplugs
Jan 30, 2015 by: Bear H from Williamsburg, Virginia
The Inn is an historic property located in the Fell's Point area of Baltimore. The area has lots of taverns and restaurants and is very lively especially on the week-end nights. Recently stayed on a 2 night prepaid visit on a Friday and Saturday nite. Inn is pleasant enough. Has valet parking which you will probably need if you are coming in during the late afternoon hours as the public/street parking is pretty well subscribed especially on weekends. Valet service is prompt and a tab bit expensive at $29 per night, but is worth it. The problem with this property is many of the rooms face Thames St or South Broadway . These are the streets with the bars and taverns. The noise off Thames St is very loud in the evening with car horns blowing, drums playing and just crowd noise. The Inn has single pane/double hung windows that do not shut out the noise at all. It is just very noisy until about 2:15 AM when the bars close! So, request a room off the streets if you want to sleep. Area has some very nice restaurants and is right on the Baltimore harbor. Good location but with this one drawback
An Excellent Historic Inn
Jan 25, 2015 by: Mark F from Hammonton, New Jersey
Simply put, this inn has unique character and great service at a reasonable price. The location, in the heart of Fells Point, cannot be beaten. Restaurants, bars, and the water are only a stones-throw away. We had an absolute blast!!!
Excellent respite from hospital visiting
Jan 23, 2015 by: Ellen R from Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
Although I had passed the Admiral Fell Inn many times, I was unaware of the special rate it offers to families of Johns Hopkins patients. My son's surgery at this fine hospital called for a week stay in Baltimore, and the Inn provided everything we could ask for. They supply a continental breakfast, shuttle service to and from the hospital and valet service if necessary for a reasonable rate. Rooms are lovely, with four poster beds, desk, chairs. (The only thing lacking is a small refrigerator, which would have been convenient.) The staff is wonderful, caring and very helpful.
Charming historic inn - wonderful service for families with patients at Johns Hopkins Hospital
Jan 23, 2015 by: Suzannea2010 from Palo Alto, California
My visit to Baltimore was not for business or pleasure - my father-in-law had open heart surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Admiral Fell Inn works with the hospital to provide a comfortable place for relatives to stay. The Fells Point area is historic and lively with restaurants and shops close by plus a water view and is only a mile and a half from the main hospital. We were there for a full week. The desk staff knew us and were very helpful. There is a free shuttle to the hospital with a schedule but also on call. The inn is only a $7 cab ride from the main hospital (that adds up over time) so if the shuttle isn't available its not an issue. Weekday breakfast (included) was in the lobby area with a special seating room. It would be lovely in nice weather as there is an outdoor interior courtyard - in January at 10-25 degrees this was not an option. On weekends the breakfast is in the downstairs restaurant. There are 2 restaurants on either side of the inn with access from inside the inn. We particularly enjoyed Adelas. My only complaint was heat regulation in my room - as in much of the northeast the choice was tank top or woolies with nothing in between. The inn staff cheerfully and quickly provided an extra blanket since I prefer sleeping in a colder room.
Historic Retreat right in the heart of the city
Jan 21, 2015 by: Kristin B from Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Our stay was wonderful! The Cathedral Ceilings room was so much fun to stay in. From check in to check out we had amazing service! Elyse was at the front desk when we checked in and she was very welcoming. We loved the text message aspect (no more picking up the phone to ask questions!) All in all a wonderful stay!
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