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Baltimore, Maryland

Where To Stay

When choosing a hotel, consider not only the base room rate but also whether parking is included (which might add another $20-$25 per day) and the hotel’s proximity to the places you want to visit.  Generally, the closer you are to Inner Harbor, the more expensive the room, but many hotels offer great weekend packages with aquarium tickets or other extras.

New Courtyard by Marriott 
At Inner Harbor East, on water taxi route, about 1/4 mile from Aquarium ($119 - $209).  Some room rates include breakfast, aquarium tickets, or other package deals.

Days Inn - Inner Harbor 
3 blocks from Inner Harbor ($160 - $190)

Raddison Plaza Inner Harbor
A few blocks from Inner Harbor ($143 - $169). 

Hyatt Regency Baltimore
A luxury hotel just across the street from Harborplace ($169 - $229).  On a recent March weekend, we booked their Aquarium Package for $209, including a double room, free parking, and two adult Aquarium tickets (a $50 value).

Good Food in Baltimore

Things to Do in Baltimore