With free breakfast in the mornings and dinners on weekday evenings, Homewood Suites by Hilton works hard to make its guests feel pampered. A location one block from the water doesn't hurt, either. In a quiet neighborhood east of the Inner Harbor, Homewood Suites feels removed from the hustle and bustle of downtown. The 12-story hotel, built in 2007, shares a curvaceous building with the Hilton Garden Inn. The 183 spacious studios and one-bedroom suites have full kitchens with stoves, microwaves, refrigerators and even dishwashers. They're stocked with plates and silverware, pots and pans, and everything else you need. There's a separate dining area that can easily serve as your remote office, especially because every suite has access to free Wi-Fi. Docks for your digital devices mean you can always listen to your own kind of music, and two TVs—one in the living area, one in the sleeping area—mean never having to compete for the remote. The free breakfasts, including hot items like scrambled eggs or hash browns, are always popular, as are the light dinners served Monday to Thursday evenings. From the front door of Homewoods Suites, it takes just two minutes to stroll to the waterfront walk ringing the Inner Harbor. Baltimore Aquarium, a favorite for kids, is a 15-minute walk. Just beyond is Harborplace, popular with shoppers intent on finding a bargain. Amtrak's Penn Station is about two miles north, and 11 miles south is Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport. A pleasant place to come home to, Homewood Suites has an impressive list of extras, from breakfast buffets to Wi-Fi. And the price, about what you'd pay for a standard room, is pretty impressive as well.
This upscale all suite hotel offers large, comfortable suites for longer stays and/or temporary housing needs; plus numerous on site amenities for all level of travelers and a convenient location to local sites of interest. Dogs up to 75 pounds are allowed for an additional one time pet fee of $100 per room.
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