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Historic Inns of Annapolis

    Historic Inns of Annapolis
 in Annapolis
    Historic Inns of Annapolis
 in Annapolis


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  • I do not recommend this hotel

    by Mimakr on 2018-03-14 06:00 am

    I stayed there two weeks ago following a minor surgery. I just wanted a quiet remote place to rest. It wasn't that at all. The room was descent and clean but very cold and there was a funny (sewer) smell throughout our stay. To make things worst, the heater doesn't work and makes a very loud noise as it is is always running regardless of the temperature you set it on. The water took forever to heat up and turned cold very quickly. I was advised to take 15 minutes baths after my surgery for a quicker recovery..I wasn't able to do so. Also, the cleaning staff start very early and are not respectful of the guests's need for rest. Although, they are friendly and did a wonderful job cleaning the room.

    To make things worst, I was charged $170 a night when I was quoted and booked the room for $139. I asked to speak with a manager but never got a call back. I was also charged $25 a night for valet parking which I think is exorbitant.

    Lastly, the famous onsite restaurant, the Treaty of Paris, was only open for breakfast and closed every single night of the week except weekend. I booked this particular hotel mainly because they supposedly have a nice restaurant on site and was looking for convenience considering that I wasn't very mobile. The Treaty of Paris was one of the main things advertised on the Hotel's website and one of the main reasons I booked this particular hotel. I even called the hotel before hand to make sure they put me up in this hotel and not in one of the other two they have.

    All and all, I will never stay in this hotel again. Certainly not for $375 for two nights.

  • Charming Inn in Annapolis

    by johnhB4776KF on 2018-03-13 12:39 am

    The Inn offers 3 separate buildings, each of which has its own character. We stayed at the Maryland Inn and enjoyed its proximity to Main street restaurants and shops. It is peaceful and quiet and one awakes to the sounds of nearby church bells each morning.

    Don't expect all the glamour of a newly built hotel. With the charm comes the quirks of an older building.

    The front desk, and in particular MK, were extraordinarily helpful and efficient. The valet service, on the other hand, could use some customer service training. If you don't enjoy your job, it is time to find something else!

  • Terrific location

    by cmartinangelo on 2018-03-11 08:58 am

    We stayed at the Governor Calvert House for the weekend to celebrate my husband's birthday. We were pleasantly surprised when entering our deluxe King room to find a lovely bottle of champagne on ice- a lovely touch. Thank you !!!!

    Our room was
    spacious, appeared to be recently renovated, the bed and pillows were very comfortable. A small refrigerator was included which we found helpful for storing leftovers and keeping the complimentary water bottles cold.

    The Inn is in the perfect location - easy to walk everywhere.

    We had breakfast included in our package which is a few blocks away in the Maryland Inn at their Treaty of Paris restaurant. The menu choices are exceptional. Everything was delicious - frittata, golden wheat and honey pancakes.

    Check in is not until 4:00 pm which did seem lat to us. We arrived at 2:30. Since our room wasn't ready yet, we were told to check our luggage and we would receive a text when it was ready. When a text never came, we returned at 4:00 to check in. After getting settled in our room, I realized that breakfast was included in our package but there was no mention of this upon check in. After calling Reception,I was told they had vouchers for us.

    We had a lovely stay, despite an uncoordinated check - in.

    Owner Response
    Thanks for the terrific review and comments. We are so glad everyone is coming for their special occasions! Were glad you enjoyed the room, breakfast and champagne. Come see us again for your next celebration.

    Warm Regards,
    Daryl Strayer, VP/GM

    Daryl S, General Manager at Historic Inns of Annapolis, responded to this review

  • Classic Lodging in the heart of Annapolis

    by Susan G on 2018-03-10 03:19 pm

    We were in Annapolis to celebrate my husband's birthday and attend the Stadium Series hockey game. We are somewhat "local" (Alexandria - about an hour away) but this was a fun getaway.

    Arrival at the hotel was easy as was check-in. We were staying at the Maryland Inn so the valet drove our car to the Inn and then parked it for us. We were able to walk everywhere we wanted to go (our Valet even gave us a tip for walking to the stadium) and despite being on the Main Street, we heard very little noise from the outside.

    Our room was small and the heater in the window never quite got it to a fully cozy temperature. However, the bed was warm and comfortable and hot water was quick and plentiful. We did have a problem with the tub draining but the engineer came quickly and fixed it.

    They gave us two vouchers for a $10 discount to be used in the bar or restaurant (in honor of my husband's birthday).

    While not the most luxurious of offerings, there was nothing to complain about in this nice hotel.

    Owner Response
    Thanks Susan for the classic review, it truly appreciated. We are so glad to hear you celebrated your husbands birthday with us. We hope you come back for your birthday, thanks again for staying with us.

    Warm Regards,
    Daryl Strayer, VP/GM

    Daryl S, General Manager at Historic Inns of Annapolis, responded to this review

  • Stadium series 2018

    by Jessica H on 2018-03-04 04:02 am

    My husband and I ran into and issue with the Westin after having booked a room there over 8 months ago. The historic inns of Annapolis was happy to assist last min! They are our hero! The staff are very friendly. We did not have to pay extra to valet our car and our room was clean. Check in was easy and flawless. I love the cute decor and old feeling of the place. It's a very historical building and had a number of pictures and things that tell its story. The location is wonderful and very convenient. Lots of good places to eat around it.

    We stayed in the Maryland house. The bathroom in our room was small. My husband is 6'0 and knees hit the wall while sitting on the toilet. Also, the traffic was loud in the mornings. I guess that's the price you pay for wanting to stay in the city, so it was sorta expected, but it's bad. Speaking of noise, pipes or something make an annoying noise constantly, which woke me up a number of times our first night. I went to CVS and purchased some earplugs. They assisted a little. I almost wanted to give this place a three based on the noise issues. However, the good outweighed the bad.

    All in all, bring some ear plugs if you are a light sleeper, and if your tall, poop quickly:). Otherwise this hotel is a good find.

    Owner Response
    Thanks Jessica for staying with us and glad to hear the front desk took great care of you. Sorry about the noise, wish there was more we could do about it. We do have some bathrooms that are a bit larger in the RJ and Calvert house. Hope to see you back again soon.

    Warm Regards,
    Daryl Strayer, VP/GM

    Daryl S, General Manager at Historic Inns of Annapolis, responded to this review

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