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 1573 reviews
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Stay Date: 04/2017, Duccy wrote this review.
I recently made a quickie overnight trip to Baltimore & decided to stay at Hotel Monaco based on having previously stayed at a Kimpton property in Cleveland. Public transportation from BWI to downtown Baltimore is a breeze on the light rail system & … See more
I recently made a quickie overnight trip to Baltimore & decided to stay at Hotel Monaco based on having previously stayed at a Kimpton property in Cleveland. Public transportation from BWI to downtown Baltimore is a breeze on the light rail system & only cost $1.70! Two or three block walk from the light rail stop to the hotel. I arrived very early & the person at the desk was very helpful & offered to stow my luggage until my room was ready. While I waited I had lunch at the B&O American Brasserie at the hotel & had a delicious crabcake sandwich. After lunch I completed my check-in & had a nice room on the 9th floor which overlooked a construction project across the street. Not ideal but it appears Baltimore is in the process of a lot of redevelopment in the inner harbor area. Room was comfy & spacious. The facility as a whole is gorgeous. There are a couple things that could be addressed though. The shower was difficult to adjust for temperature, either scalding or ice cold with minimal turning of the knob.....& the shower head, as far as I could determine, had no adjustability for flow/pressure/spray pattern. Additionally, one of the lampshades in my room still had a plastic overwrap on it which reminded me of going to visit someone's elderly aunt. There's also limited nightlife around the hotel & the bar apparently closes at 10 or 11 in the evening. I did venture out to the Water Street Tavern a couple blocks away & agree that the neighborhood seems a bit sketchy at that hour. That said, I'm sure the next time I'm in Baltimore I'll be happy to stay again at Hotel Monaco. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2017, pbaccash26 wrote this review.
The Hotel is elegant and comfy. The people kind and helpful. The building was fantastic with Tiffany stained glass and explanations of the history of the building every where to understand the history.
The Hotel is elegant and comfy. The people kind and helpful. The building was fantastic with Tiffany stained glass and explanations of the history of the building every where to understand the history. Collapse
Nice hotel but not safe to go outside after 9pm
Stay Date: 04/2017, Juan M wrote this review.
We stayed one night to soend time at the inner harbor. First the hotel: checkin was super fast and valet was nice. Wine hour was nice and room was beautiful and clean. Area outside is a little sketchy after hours.
We stayed one night to soend time at the inner harbor. First the hotel: checkin was super fast and valet was nice. Wine hour was nice and room was beautiful and clean. Area outside is a little sketchy after hours. Collapse
Lovely historic hotel
Stay Date: 04/2017, George S wrote this review.
It seems some historic hotels rest on their previous laurels and do not put the resources into maintaining the property. This is not the case with this hotel. The hotel is classy, nicely decorated. When my family stayed there the hotel offered a w… See more
It seems some historic hotels rest on their previous laurels and do not put the resources into maintaining the property. This is not the case with this hotel. The hotel is classy, nicely decorated. When my family stayed there the hotel offered a wine tasting that was a nice touch. The rooms are decorated well. Maybe a tad noisy given that is downtown Baltmore, two or so walkable blocks from the Inner Harbor. Collapse
Sparse but adequate
Stay Date: 04/2017, Tamara M wrote this review.
If I based our stay on our "welcome" it would have one star. We arrived around noon and was checked in by Michael Prince. He spent the entire time hunched over leaning on his elbows speaking to a computer screen making it hard to hear him at all...fo… See more
If I based our stay on our "welcome" it would have one star. We arrived around noon and was checked in by Michael Prince. He spent the entire time hunched over leaning on his elbows speaking to a computer screen making it hard to hear him at all...for what he did actually say. My family of 4 (2 kids ages 8-10) were all standing there and none of us were clear on what he said. But whatever. Got our room keys, got to the 10th floor--hallways smelled really really bad- like urine or sweat. The room itself was functional at best, although did not stink. The beds were comfortable and were the main reason i gave it 2 stars instead of 1. Other than the desk chair, there was no seating at all. Not sure how 4 people would be able to eat room service. There is no coffee maker--this I dont get at all. Even Holiday Inn gives you coffee... We reserved the bunkbed room. The bed itself was fine, very beat up but still worked. A previous guest left underwear behind the bed. (You can't make this stuff up). The kids room had no table, night stand, just the shelf that contained the xbox. So the xbox. Upon check-in, Michael did not tell us the Xbox was there so we did not know to ask about it. Of course the kids immediately want to play it. I have no idea how an xbox works. So I call the desk and Michael says he will send a mechanic (?). So we wait. (Lunch still to be had) and wait. I call Michael again and he says he will see where the mechanic is. Soon a man with drill in hand shows up to tell us we need to get games from The FRONT DESK. YES. MICHAEL failed to mention that games are borrowed at the desk. Didn't know that. Never had an xbox. So this really ticked me off. 2 times he could have said that we need game discs and he did not. Why? So we went to the O's game (win!!) - this is a 15 min walk btw. Have a good nights sleep and in the morning realize that we have no toilet paper. The half roll that was on the dispenser is now empty and we have none. Called my buddy Michael and was told he would have someone bring us some. Again. Family of 4 in the morning. How long can YOU go without toilet paper. My husband finally found someone in the hall who grabbed us a couple rolls. Never did get that knock on the door with our toilet paper. Nit picky other things: you have to get in the shower to turn it on, spraying you with cold water. There is very minimal water pressure making it very hard to rinse my short hair. The bath products smelled awful, esp the conditioner. Red stain on the carpet, finish peeling off the bathroom mirror, stains on desk. Positives: good climate control, beds very comfy especially the pillows. Valet staff super friendly and the lady at check out was very sympathetic and paid for our parking.. $40. The lobby and main entrance are gorgeous with marble and chandeliers, felt opulent. Too bad the room did not have the same attention. It's too bad because I really wanted to like this place. We stay in alot of hotels and this visit was not our favorite but it could have been. One person can ruin it. Collapse
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