Radisson Baltimore Downtown-Inner Harbor
What We Love
- A comfortable city base near Baltimore's Inner Harbor, steps from the historic Hippodrome TheaterWalking to the Hippodrome Theater, just steps away
- Touring one of the historic ships in the Inner Harbor
- Ordering snacks from select local restaurants, with complimentary delivery
What To Know
- The hotel is just a couple of blocks from Baltimore's famous harbor
- Corner rooms are the most spacious
- WiFi is pretty weak
Have a cheerful stay in Charm City. Radisson Baltimore Downtown-Inner Harbor is a comfortable urban base that covers all the basics, so you can focus on acquainting yourself with your intriguing setting. Specifically, that setting is – as the name suggests – right near the Inner Harbor, where the National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center and Harborplace are located, and steps from downtown sights (think the historic Hippodrome Theater). Getting around is a breeze, with the historic neighborhoods of Mount Vernon and Jonestown also within walking distance.
As for all those basics you won’t need to worry about, they run from a fitness room – conveniently open 24 hours a day – to a business center with computers and printers. Your abode comes with a 37-in. flat-screen TV with all your favorite channels, like HBO and Showtime. And to ensure you really get the full local experience, Radisson doesn’t only have its own restaurant, a laid-back spot called Balto Tavern & Tap, but has partnered with several others in the area; order from one of those on the hotel’s list, and delivery is on the house.
Your room – one of 323 – is comfortably and conveniently appointed, housing a refrigerator and an ergonomic work station. Turn on your 37-in. flat-screen HDTV to surf the premium channels available, including CNN, Showtime, ESPN and HBO.Deluxe Corner King Guest rooms boast spectacular city views, while Premium Guest rooms with two double beds offer added perks like a microwave and refrigerator.
Pop by Balto Tavern & Tap for light bites and drinks. Happy Hour takes place daily from 5 to 7pm, and you can pick up a to-go snack 24 hours a day. As a perk, complimentary food delivery from select area restaurants is also offered.
The hotel is located near Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theater and the Inner Harbor, which is home to the National Aquarium, Pier Six Pavilion and the Power Plant Live! entertainment complex, plus hundreds of shops, cafés and restaurants. You’re also walking distance from the Royal Farms Arena, Oriole Park at Camden Yards and the convention center. For some local history, visit Fort McHenry, where the battle that inspired “The Star-Spangled Banner” took place.
How to Get There
Yes this hotel has a good location it misses however some basic hotel functions:
there is no room service
the breakfast is only available as from 6.30 AM, for international travellers this is really late
choice in the restaurant (card and breakfast) was very limited
my room was noisy
shower is outdated with limited pressure on the water
bed was OK
Great value, my room was upgraded to the corner room. The room was really clean!!! I arrived late, the parking attendant was nowhere to be found, so be prepared to park across the street in the municipal underground parking with shady people shooting drugs next to the parking entrance.
This hotel is really quite nice , especially the value extended to patients of John Hopkins, including breakfast and taxi vouchers. The personnel were all very professional and courteous. Would have given it another star, except the engineers could fix the faulty AC in room 1501 over a two day period. And the room felt a bit small. To watch TV, there was one desk chair, and a tiny truncated bench, but basically we had to be prone in bed, which got very tiresome during bad weather evenings, when we stayed indoors. The lobby lounge area was noisy and not conducive for relaxation outside the room.
The staff was great from the moment we parked the car. Quick service at the front deck. Clean room and breakfast was the best. Ask for Nick if you are having breakfast. He treated us will. He told us that he cooked every thing. He even said he raised the chicken (eggs) that we ate that morning. He said he has even named them. The best one was when I asked who I was eating that morning, Nick said Ralph, with a sad look on his face. Then he told us that Ralph was a "chick" magnet while he raised him.
Nick may both morning great. I told him that I was just egging him on and that I was egg-cited. You need to deal with him to understand this better.
Again the staff was great anywhere we had to deal with them.
I just wanted to take a second to thank the staff the Radisson hotel in Baltimore. I arrived way to early to check in but I had to catch a baseball game. Sybastien, the nice man working the front desk told me "no problem, we can check your bag and keep it until check in ". I was on my way to baseball. When I came back the valet found my bag in no time. I checked into my room on the 19th floor and it was beautiful! 180 degree windows with a view of the city. Checkout was sad, as my room was so lovely. I stopped at the hotel bar before catching my flight and I was delighted to meet my two favorite people in Baltimore. Natusha and Clarice who made the best of the make shift bar (as the hotel is remodeling their restaurant). Oh man did those two make me laugh! I felt right at home. They suggested before I leave to check out the inner harbor so I took their advice. Again the hotel checked my bag and I took a five minute walk to see the second best part Baltimore (first Camden Yards 😂 also walking distance ). Thank you to the entire staff for helping me through my stay. You were all amazing. If I find myself in your city again I will definitely stay with you.