Lord Baltimore Hotel

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2014 Historic Hotels of America Awards of Excellence
2020 Historic Hotels of America Awards of Excellence

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At the time of its construction in 1928, the 23-story Lord Baltimore Hotel was the largest hotel in Maryland. Named for George Calvert, Lord Baltimore and founder of the Maryland colony, it was the last high-rise building with classical ornamentation erected in downtown Baltimore. The lobby has graciously welcomed guests with its stately columns and traditional appointments for nearly a century, while the guestrooms offer a level of comfort that is unmatched to this day. High-tech amenities are located throughout the hotel, from its accommodations to the event spaces. Located downtown, the Lord Baltimore Hotel is a short walk to many prime attractions such as the Inner Harbor, the National Aquarium, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, and M&T Bank Stadium.

Location Map

Explore the Maryland Science Center, the National Aquarium, and the USS Constellation down the road in Baltimore’s famous Inner Harbor.

Discover

Discover the French Renaissance-style architecture of the Lord Baltimore Hotel.

Explore

Explore the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine.

Experience

Experience the National Aquarium just moments away.

Taste

Taste the local flavors of the historic Lexington Market.

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