Find and book a hotel in Baltimore here - whether you're visiting Baltimore's Inner Harbor, flying though BWI Airport or you live in Baltimore and are looking to put up visiting relatives or just plan a getaway weekend for yourself and your sweetie, this is your one-stop source for Baltimore hotels.
Organized by area, these Baltimore hotels range from luxury to budget. You can click on each hotel to check rates and book a room for a great price through About.com's partnership with the travel Web site Kayak
Baltimore's downtown hotels often bill themselves as being in the Inner Harbor, but all of these are more than two blocks from the water (and the price goes down accordingly). Still, you can get a better price at much of these hotels as compared to the harbor, and several of them are a short walk from many of the city's tourist spots, including Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
One of Baltimore's oldest and funkiest neighborhoods, Fells Point features primarily small inns.
Hotels in Towson, 15 miles north of Baltimore's Inner Harbor, cater to visitors to Towson University and Goucher College, plus business travelers. Towson hotels tend to be cheaper than downtown hotels and those in Hunt Valley, 10 miles north of Towson.
These Baltimore hotels allow pets. However, if you bring your dog or cat to Baltimore, it will likely cost you more. Most hotels require a deposit or fee. Also many have rules about leaving pets alone in the room. The suburban hotels (near Towson or BWI) have more green space, but urban areas like the Inner Harbor or Fells Point are better set up for extended walks.
Maryland's capital city is located about 30-45 minutes south of Baltimore. It's a charming town with a vibrant downtown waterfront historic district filled with great restaurants, shops, and bars. The U.S. Naval Academy also is located in Annapolis.