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O'calaghan or...?

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O'calaghan or...?

Traveling up for two nights for our anniversary. Settled on o'callaghan's. Pros? Cons?

We aren't into the older style hotels (historic inns). Any suggestions.

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1. Re: O'calaghan or...?

O'Callaghan's is a converted Holiday Inn. The location is fine. It is on inner West Street and an easy walk downtown. Inner West Street used to be a bit rough, but it is going through a revitalization.

Other similar options would be Lowes and Westin. Both are also located on West Street with Lowes being the closest to downtown by a couple of blocks.

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2. Re: O'calaghan or...?

I appreciate your feedback. In your opinion, where would you stay? Price isn't much of a factor (don't want to overpay, but don't mind spending if its worth it).

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3. Re: O'calaghan or...?

If price isn't much of a factor, I would look into the Marriott Waterfront in the heart of Annapolis. Great location, cityview rooms reasonable. But if your willing to pay, waterview rooms are great. SHORT walking distance to every bar & Restaurants. Lowes, pet friendly hotel, if that makes a difference to you.

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4. Re: O'calaghan or...?

The Marriott would also be my first choice. The location is by far the best in town. It is an older (but not historic hotel) and I have heard the decor is dated, but the view and location would more than make up for it.

My second choice would be Loews based upon the location. It is also about the same age as the Marriott.

The Westin is newest hotel in the historic district.

Edited: 16 August 2011, 01:51
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