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Admiral Fell Inn
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Dec 01, 2013 by: Jane L from Dallas, Texas
Great fun. Room was plenty big but could have used a bigger place to hang clothes. Easy to get to the inner harbor. Lots of great pubs with live music. The staff was very nice and solicitous. You will be in the heart of an energetic community so it is not quiet but that was what we were looking for. If you want to stay in an unique part of Baltimore with locally owned businesses this is it!
I’d sure come back
Nov 30, 2013 by: Eibert from Maastricht, The Netherlands
I spent four nights at the hotel, spending the day time at the convention centre. If one is used to walking, one can easily go by foot to and fro, through the inner harbor. By cab it is $6-7. I had room 234, not adjoining any street, and remarkably silent, even taking into account that there was little nightlife in November. Everything one needs in the room was present, except for an extra blanket. It was cold at night, and had to put the heater on, whereas I would have preferred a blanket. Staff at the lobby was attentive.
no parking, No view, very dissapointing!!!
Nov 27, 2013 by: Ann C from Syracuse, New York, United States
We spent one afternoon and night on our way to South Carolina. We were very disappointed with our room and the lack of interest in our stay. We did not wish to pay $29.95 for one night valet parking and was told of a open lot about 2 blocks away we could use for $16.00. We found the on street parking for $2.00 an hour until 8pm, & after 8 is free until 10am. This worked for us, Our accommodations: The room was very small and we were put at the back of the first floor near the kitchen with no view and the bed and bathroom were all less than one would have expected for the area, . One night was really all we could have taken. Tthe port and area are really beautiful I would love to return, there is a lot to do and see. But I would be much more selective of the place we would stay at. (a cup of coffee in our room was the only "on the go breakfast" .
Nov 26, 2013 by: sarah m from Baltimore, Maryland
We held our small (55 person) wedding ceremony,cocktail hour and reception in the ballroom at the Admiral Fell Inn - it's on the top floor, with nearly 360 degree windows, providing a view of most of Baltimore and the harbor. It was PERFECT for a wedding this size (and probably up to about 80 people comfortably). The packages that Harbor Magic offers are inclusive and flexible, and best of all you're provided with a wedding coordinator who went above and beyond to make planning easy and fun. I highly recommend them as a small wedding venue. The hotel itself is lovely, right in the heart of Fells Point (and, depending what side of the Inn you're on, you'll hear all the Fells Point noise) and charming inside, with unique rooms and layout. This is the kind of place you want to stay when you're visiting and really want to get a feel for a city, rather than just another chain hotel experience.
Great service, good location, cute place
Nov 21, 2013 by: JackieNYC13 from New York City, New York
Located on a very cute square on the Baltimore waterfront, this historic building was a warm and cozy place on a cool night. I stayed for only one night, but the staff were very helpful and friendly, the wifi worked well, and they let me snag some breakfast on my way out before the breakfast area actually opened. The hotel was very clean, and my room was quite spacious, though my bed was a bit lumpy. Overall an excellent value for the reasonable price I paid and I'd love to go back again, and next time do the ghost tour. Bonus Tip: Parking's expensive, but if you're just staying one night you can pay for a couple hours in the square right in front of the hotel and then stay all night.
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