Hotel Monaco Baltimore
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Located in the historic B&O Railroad building in Inner Harbour, the Hotel Monaco Baltimore exudes regal elegance and stately interiors to transport guests to the gilded days of the American railroad. Cheer on your favourite sports team at the Ravens Stadium, visit the National Aquarium or try your luck at the second largest casino in Maryland, the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore.
Lay back in your well-appointed guest room at the Hotel Monaco Baltimore and make full use of the range of amenities on offer to you. Catch up with high-speed Wi-Fi, watch your favourite shows on the flat-screen TV or help yourself to snacks and drinks from the fully-stocked bar. The hotel rooms also include 24/7 in-room dining, an iHome sound station with alarm clock, Bigelow spa-inspired bath amenities and a companion goldfish (on request).
Head to the B&O Brasserie for fresh and seasonal meals within the hotel and look forward to frequent hosted evening wine hours. The hotel also offers free morning coffee and tea, custom public bikes available for exploring and a fitness centre.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 202
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Parking at Hotel Cost: $38.00 Per Night
- Gym Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1675 reviews
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Very nice hotel....BUT be aware...
Stay Date: 11/2017, captainshowbiz wrote this review.
A beautifully restored hotel, and very centrally located close to the Inner Harbor, in Baltimore. Room 1003 was very quiet, clean and large. Easy access on the light rail from the airport with a stop about 4 blocks from the hotel. And very reasona… See more
A beautifully restored hotel, and very centrally located close to the Inner Harbor, in Baltimore. Room 1003 was very quiet, clean and large. Easy access on the light rail from the airport with a stop about 4 blocks from the hotel. And very reasonably priced. We arrived before noon on a Saturday, but the room was ready to got an early checkin, which is always nice. They had coffee in the lobby in the mornings, and wine and snacks from 5-6PM each day. The B&O Brasserie was a nice restaurant and so convenient being downstairs. The hotel has a fitness center that is open 24 hours. There were complimentary bikes available as well. BUT, with the nice accommodations came some disappointments. By being aware of these issues, your stay here should be great. Had we been aware and addressed these early, our stay would have been perfect. It was cold the weekend we were in Baltimore. There were no extra pillows or blankets in the closet, and so called for an additional blanket. They did send one up and it helped, but was very thin. Might have even been a very thin comforter. So I'd suggest asking for an extra blanket if it is cold when you are in Baltimore. We were out around the city all day on Sunday. When we got back to the hotel the cleaning staff was right by our room. We spoke to them and went for a drink so they could clean my room. After spending an hour in the lobby enjoying their wine the room had NOT been cleaned. Or even entered. So I called the front desk and told them I needed clean towels, and would appreciate someone cleaning the room while I was at dinner. There were no clean drinking glasses. Nothing. When I got back from dinner the trash had been emptied, and there was a stack of towels on the bed. But the bed hadn't been made or room cleaned in any way. After many years of traveling, I've never had a room not cleaned at all. Nothing. So trying to figure out the reason, I read through their "rules" which are provided when you check in. One of them read: "Housekeeping hours are 9:30AM-4PM. Please remove your do-not-dosturb sign by 8AM if you would like service." Seriously Kimpton. I put the sign on the door so I could sleep in a little on Sunday morning. So I was supposed to get up and take the sign off the door? Defeats the purpose. And maybe have the cleaning people show up at 9:30AM before I even had a shower? This was the only thing that made any sense when it came to not cleaning the room. At checkin I was also told I had access to the Business Center, where I went to merely print my boarding pass. When I checked out they were going to charge me for Internet access in the room. I reminded them since I was a Kimpton member, they removed that charge. However, I was told there was a $7.95 charge for Internet access. That wasn't made clear to me so was surprised. I easily could have just gotten my boarding pass for free at the airport. Only other thing that is no big deal but just interesting. There was a gas fireplace in the lobby where you had coffee in the morning and wine in the afternoon, but it was never lit. It was cold the weekend I was there and would have been a nice touch. Not a big enough thing to ask for, just an interesting observation. So be aware of these few things and enjoy your stay at this Kimpton Hotel. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, KurtLS wrote this review.
The hotel is beautiful and the staff is awesome. The rooms are very nice and comfortable and the staff will go out of their way to assist. There are nicer locations for a hotel in Baltimore but I do not think there is a nicer hotel. I highly recom… See more
The hotel is beautiful and the staff is awesome. The rooms are very nice and comfortable and the staff will go out of their way to assist. There are nicer locations for a hotel in Baltimore but I do not think there is a nicer hotel. I highly recommend this property and I will return again and again. Collapse
Not as nice as other Kimpton Hotels I have stayed in
Stay Date: 11/2017, VES11 wrote this review.
I spent 5 nights here. My room was on 10th floor and in a corner but had no views at all just other windows within yards and concrete, very depressing, difficult even see the sky, so room lights always had to be on. The building is old so ceilings in… See more
I spent 5 nights here. My room was on 10th floor and in a corner but had no views at all just other windows within yards and concrete, very depressing, difficult even see the sky, so room lights always had to be on. The building is old so ceilings in bedrooms are very high making it not feel very cosy. No tea or coffee making facilities in the room, a big minus for me! only a fridge with the usual over priced drinks. Breakfast extra and very pricey $28 so I gave it a miss after the first day. Only plus was free morning coffee in the lobby. The position is not bad, about 10 mins to Harbour or Convention Center. The bar is ok but avoid the spicy nuts for sale, they are revolting!!! Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, E V wrote this review.
This was a great hotel to stay in. The room I had was a corner suite and the place was huge! More than the room the staff was excellent, very helpful, and willing to make sure my stay was the best it could be. The location was within walking distance… See more
This was a great hotel to stay in. The room I had was a corner suite and the place was huge! More than the room the staff was excellent, very helpful, and willing to make sure my stay was the best it could be. The location was within walking distance to the harbor and the ballpark. Would definitely stay here again. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, Michael H wrote this review.
The hotel has been built in the old main building of the B&O railroad company. The old stairhouse is enormous and spreads over three floors. The lobby/reception is upstairs so that the great room can be experienced undisturbed. The meeting rooms, lun… See more
The hotel has been built in the old main building of the B&O railroad company. The old stairhouse is enormous and spreads over three floors. The lobby/reception is upstairs so that the great room can be experienced undisturbed. The meeting rooms, lunch, and food were very nice as were the guest rooms. The hotel hosts the B&O brasserie, in which we had breakfast. Try the Quinoa Boal - this is light and tasty! Overall we were very pleased with this house and can recommend it for business meetings and private stays without restriction. Collapse
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