Admiral Fell Inn
Located in Baltimore’s historic Fell’s Point, the Admiral Fell Inn is a renovated urban inn located on a celebrated waterfront community in Baltimore. Comprised of seven adjoining buildings, some of which date to the 18th century, the Inn retains its quaint charm and cozy ambiance yet offers modern amenities and the elegance of a luxury hotel.
The architectural roots of this newly renovated and expanded 80-room Inn date back to the late 1770s. Over the years the historic Inn has served as a ship chandlery, a theater, a boarding house for sailors and later, a Seaman’s YMCA. Today, comfortable guest rooms are furnished with custom-crafted Federal-style furnishings. The inn also features a rooftop ballroom and balcony, complete meeting facilities, a pub and a new innovative restaurant TRUE, A Pure Dining Experience which focuses on regional, seasonal and wholesome ingredients.
With its spectacular setting on the Baltimore Harbor, the Inn is convenient to all of Baltimore’s major attractions. Fell’s Point itself is worth a trip, with its charming shops, boutiques, galleries, pubs, and restaurants. The lively and colorful district, founded in 1726 as the oldest waterfront community in Baltimore, is known for its old world charm and retains the feel of a European village with brick sidewalks and Belgian block streets.
In 1929, the hotel was purchased by the YMCA and converted into dormitory-style accommodations so small it was christened "the doghouse."
Original Property Opened: 1770
888 South Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21231
Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946
American Revolution, 1763 ~ 1783
Located in Baltimore’s historic Fell’s Point, the Admiral Fell Inn is a renovated urban inn located on a celebrated waterfront community in Baltimore.
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