Most visitors to Baltimore don't get beyond the city's Inner Harbor during their stay. The Inner Harbor looks out upon the Patapsco River and borders downtown, just blocks away from Fells Point. Baltimoreans and visitors alike enjoy Baltimore's Inner Harbor and the surrounding neighborhoods that offer a variety of fine dining, cultural experiences, and exciting nightlife.

Inner Harbor Hotel Guide offers great rates on over 50 hotels near Inner Harbor in Baltimore. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. Visit Baltimore and enjoy your stay in one of the many great hotels near Inner Harbor!

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Featured Hotel:

Holiday Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor
Holiday Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor
The moment you enter the Holiday Inn Inner Harbor until you return home, you will experience all the charms of Baltimore…more

Additional Hotels:

Hyatt Regency Baltimore
300 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Admiral Fell Inn
888 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231 US

Courtyard by Marriott Baltimore Downtown
1000 Aliceanna Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Pier V Hotel
711 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Renaissance Harborplace Hotel
202 East Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel
300 South Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 US

Brookshire Suites
120 East Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Hampton Inn & Suites Baltimore Inner Harbor, MD
131 East Redwood Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Residence Inn by Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor
17 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore
Baltimore, MD 21201 US

Days Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor Hotel
100 Hopkins Place
Baltimore, MD 21201 US

Baltimore, MD 21201 US

About Baltimore

Baltimore, a major east coast seaport since the 1700s, suffered a decline in the 20th century. After World War II, the shallow waters of Baltimore's inner harbor could not accommodate large containers ships. The city took this opportunity to transform this abandoned industrial area into a backdrop for eco-friendly endeavors, such as tourism and conventions. The city replaced rotting piers and warehouses with a new, highly acclaimed design that features parks, attractions, and hotels surrounded by modern office buildings. Baltimore's Inner Harbor is a showplace and the inspiration for more than 100 other cities that remodeled their underutilized spaces.

The Inner Harbor is home to a number of tourist attractions. The National Aquarium in Baltimore has more than 16,500 specimens and attracts over 1.5 million people each year. The last remaining wooden ship from the Civil War, the USS Constellation, and three other historic museum ships are docked nearby. Harborplace is a two-story pavilion of shops and eateries that feature Baltimore and Maryland products and cuisine, including the world-famous crab cakes. Visitors will also find the Science Museum, the Baltimore Museum of Industry, Geppi's Entertainment Museum and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of African-American History and Culture. You can explore the Port Discovery Children's Museum and the Jewish Museum of Maryland, which is housed in one of the oldest synagogues in America. There are also several concert and entertainment venues, such as the convention and civic centers. Located nearby are the major league sport complexes for the Baltimore Orioles and Ravens, Camden Yard and M&T Bank Stadium respectively. A short distance way is Ft. McHenry, whose bombardment inspired Francis Scott Key to pen the Star Spangled Banner in 1814.

Baltimore's seaport has been welcoming people for centuries. Today, the Inner Harbor is a popular, highly regarded tourist destination.