Lord Baltimore Hotel

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Discover the Lord Baltimore Hotel, which is named after the founder of the Colony of Maryland, George Calvert.

Lord Baltimore Hotel was constructed during the “Roaring Twenties,” in which flappers, the radio, and the Art Deco movement defined the age.

Named for George Calvert, Lord Baltimore and founder of the Maryland colony, the Lord Baltimore Hotel was the last high-rise building to be erected with classical ornamentation in downtown Baltimore. At the time of its construction in 1928, the 23-story building was the largest hotel in the state. Its splendid two-story lobby offered a gracious welcome with stately columns, brass accents and comfortable appointments.

Today, guests still enjoy lingering in the lobby area, whether for an impromptu meeting or a quick cup of coffee. The hotel’s numerous guestrooms have been renovated to provide a level of comfort unknown in the 1920s, including the latest in high-tech amenities. The Calvert Ballroom, one of the city’s most popular event spaces, is enhanced with Waterford crystal chandeliers and a series of murals that highlight scenes from Baltimore’s history.

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    The Lord Baltimore Hotel was the last high-rise building to be erected with classical ornamentation in downtown Baltimore. At the time of its construction in 1928, the 23-story building was the largest hotel in the state. Its splendid two-story lobby offered a gracious welcome with stately columns, brass accents and comfortable appointments.

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