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Historic Inns of Annapolis


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

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  • Historical

    by rld70 on 2017-10-14 03:34 pm

    This was a wonderful historic Inn, actually three Inns. You only check in at one of them but they are worth. We attended a bridal luncheon and a wedding reception in the Governor Calvert's House and stayed their also. Location is great for walking around, near the Maryland State House and the Naval Academy. It is on the expensive side.

  • Great place to stay!

    by holly1851 on 2017-10-14 12:25 am

    Customer service was beyond compare. Rooms are pretty. We arrived before check in. Our room wasn't ready and we were offered an upgraded room in another of the historic hotels they co-manage. We wanted to wait for our room in the Maryland Inn as we had hoped for a ghost experience. When we came back to check inn, we had been placed on the floor with the most activity! Unfortunately we didn't have a ghost experience - but maybe next time. Hotel is in the heart of it all - walking distance to great shops, resturants, taverns, and the water.

  • Excellent Customer Service!

    by SRat69 on 2017-10-14 11:03 am

    I stayed at the Governor Calvert House Inn for two nights while traveling for business. I cannot say enough about the great customer service during the entire stay. Alexa and Mimi at the front desk where so nice and so helpful! They really made our stay great!! The room was spacious and beautifully decorated. The bathroom was definitely on the small side, but it was very nice. My only complaint would probably be that the water pressure was not the greatest, however, coworkers staying on a lower floor did not seem to have that issue. Overall great stay!!

  • Friendship Tour of Annapolis

    by Elizabeth W on 2017-10-11 01:58 pm

    I was disappointed. A historic home turned into an inn. No front desk or personnel on site. Only coffee service in very small lobby. No outside seating, just an unkept courtyard that served only as a dirty smoking area. TV kept breaking up, cable problems, never fixed. I did not have a bedside table on my side of the bed. Bed and bath comfortable. Next time I'll do the B and B's or Marriott. At check out time there were three cars blocking limited access to loading our car. Price was over $200 for the weekend nights!

  • Maryland Inn-pricey but nice

    by red69hoss on 2017-10-09 03:53 am

    I'll just start out by saying I love almost EVERYTHING about the Maryland Inn except the price/value. The building is beautiful, built in 1700, lots of history, outstanding location on Church Circle. Location is convenient to everything in downtown if you're willing and able to walk a few blocks. And lets face it, Annapolis is a great walking town. Staff is prompt and courteous, although the lobby ran out of coffee for a long while one morning....I attribute this to the poor management's of the ajoining Treaty of Paris restaurant. The sleeping rooms are old school, small with tiny bathroom, slightly seedy if you're super picky (like my wife), but I loved it. My only real complaint is not being allowed on the roof to look at the enclosed widow's walk, a major architectural feature of the building ...safety reasons...OK I get it but send the maintenance man up there with me. Recommended.

    Owner Response
    red69hoss thank you for your nice review. We appreciate you letting everyone know how much you love the Maryland Inn. Glad to hear you enjoyed the town and courteous staff. We look forward to seeing you back soon.

    Warm Regards,
    Daryl Strayer, VP/GM

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


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