Overlooking the Inner Harbor and Oriole Park at Camden Yards (and with bird's-eye views of both), the Sheraton Inner Harbor is perfect if you're in town for the big game, for a stroll along the waterfront or just to explore Baltimore. The 15-story Sheraton Inner Harbor has all the amenities you appreciate in a downtown hotel. The indoor heated pool has a colorful mural of undersea life, and there's a sunlit exercise room with weights and cardio equipment. An elegant restaurant and more casual bar and grill are on the premises, and many more dining options are nearby. The 337 rooms, the best of them gazing down at the stadium and the harbor, have pillow-top mattresses covered in crisp linens and plush duvets. Watch a movie on the expansive flat-panel TVs. Wi-Fi connections are available for a fee, as is parking for passenger cars only. The Sheraton Inner Harbor is connected it to the adjacent Baltimore Convention Center by skywalks, and the waterfront is less than two blocks away. In five minutes you can walk to the Maryland Science Museum, and in 10 you're at Baltimore Aquarium. In the other direction, also 10 minutes away, is Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Amtrak's Penn Station is a mile north, and Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport is about 10 miles south. When you want a central location, you can't do much better than the Sheraton Inner Harbor. The location is tops, as are the great service and killer views.
Besides being connected to the Convention Center, business and leisure travelers will also only be a short walk to the Inner Harbor and Oriole Park, or drive to The National Aquarium, the Hippodrome, the Maryland Science Center, and more. Dogs up to 40 pounds are allowed for no additional fee. There is a pet waiver to sign at check in, and dogs must be declared at the time of reservations. Dogs may not be left alone in the room.
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