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Historic Inns of Annapolis
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Reviewed 31 October 2010

Walking distance to everything we wanted to see. The staff was super nice. We walked to the water in the morning to have our breakfast and watch boats come in and go out. Harry Brown's restaurant is right next door. All the local shops line the streets around the hotel. We would definately stay here again.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 October 2010

We had booked a room with 2 double beds on their internet site. When we arrived we were given a room, but when we got to it with all our baggage we noticed there was only one bed. So we dragged our bags back to the front desk and ended up being told by the manager on duty that there had been a computer error and there were no rooms with 2 beds available when we booked (several weeks earlier !). I couldn't believe that they had not contacted us at the time so we could have booked elsewhere and that they had not advised us on checking-in but just gave us a room knowing it wasn't what we had booked ! Given we didn't have any choice, we accepted the upgraded room with 1 queen bed (which was quite nice). The location across from the State House is excellent for visiting the town and the overall hotel atmosphere is quite nice.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 28 October 2010

I had my wedding at the Historic Inns of Annapolis and had all my guests stay at this hotel as well. The staff of the Historic Inns made the event convenient, stress-free, and so enjoyable! The rooms are beautiful and clean. There is no reason to stay at any other hotel in the area! Every time I travel to Annapolis or any surrounding area I am definitely staying with the Historic Inns of Annapolis! The best and most convenient experience I've ever had with any establishment! I really just can't say enough!

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 October 2010

husband and I stayed at the historic inns of annapolis for a vacation that included touring DC. The location of the hotel couldnt be better, within close walking distance of restaurants, shops, visitor center the naval academy and easy to get to the highway. Our room initially worried us, on the first floor in front of elevator and facing the street( all no no's in our book ) but we decided to give it a try and it was the quietest room and the best sleep we have had in a hotel in a long time. We were in the robert johnson (?) building and it is really well insulated or something b/c it was silent. We had a standard room w/ queen bed and it was spacious enough, not huge but typical size. Monstrous flat screen tv made my husband happy. included bkfst was excellent,choice of eggs benedict w/crab cakes..doesnt get any better than that. We are frequent travellers and were very pleased. We had just come from a four day stay at an Inn on the eastern shore and this was a much better sleep.We actually extended our stay. We drove to New Carrolton station and took the train to DC most days. Very easy. Hotel is spread over 3 buildings on different streets so a little confusing at first but easy to figure out. Staff (especially Ali at front desk and Mike in the restaurant) were all super nice. We were lucky and even got on street parking. It was the days after the boat show so the area was a bit quiet. We toured DC during the day and returned to Annapolis for dinner. Galway bay pub is a great place for casual food w/great salads. The 2 sushi places were both very good and for a fancy dinner O'learys was outstanding. Overall a great hotel in a great location.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 25 October 2010

Do you want to be in the heart of Annapolis and feel surrounded by history? Then the Historic Inns are the perfect choice. We elected to stay in the Maryland Inn and were very happy. The Inn has been re-done since our last stay many years ago, but it has not lost its historic charm. The room was pleasant and had a small, modern bathroom. There are some nicks and imperfections, but it is a 1700's building. Being a 5 minute walk from the harbor and on the street with all the shops and restaurants is wonderful.

The tavern in the basement has always been one of our favorite places in town. It's a great last stop after a busy day. The restaurant, visited by Ben and friends after signing the Treaty of Paris, is also a must. The food is delicious and, for breakfast on a busy weekend, it could not be better. The staff is very friendly and willing to share local information.

What are the downsides of the Maryland Inn? Check-in is at another building on the next circle. It's not horrible, but Annapolis is very busy and driving through the narrow streets does take time and knowledge of the city. There is a staff that will come over to help, but, again, on a busy weekend, it can take time. Also, there is no luggage cart at the Inn, so packing light is a good recommendation. And, wifi is offered, but it was hard to discover exactly where it could be picked up.

Annapolis is filled with colonial history and architecture. Staying at the Maryland Inn adds to the feeling.

  • Stayed: October 2010, travelled as a couple
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