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Doubletree Inn at The Colonnade
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Reviewed 30 July 2009

Disregard all negative reviews. Great place to stay. Excellent service and super staff. Quiet, nice location for couples or business. Room was very clean and comfortable. Definitely put this on your favorite hotels list.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 9 July 2009

Very friendly and helpful staff. Parking very expensive. Overall, facilities were clean and nice (nice television in room). However, the light switch in our room was broken and the air vent rattled loudly. Also, the exercise room was way too warm and there was no way for guests to adjust the temperature. Exercise room had two treadmills, recumbent bike, elliptical machine, free weights, and a single television with remote. There was decent food within walking distance.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled with family
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Reviewed 7 July 2009

We stayed at the Inn at the Colonnade to look at Loyola University for my daughter. This hotel was perfect for the occasion!
First off, it is located very close to both Loyola and Johns Hopkins University. The area is nice overall.
The lobby was breathtaking. Not only was is huge, but it was SO fancy! I don't understand why it only got 3 Diamonds AAA!
The staff were all very friendly, courteous, and helpful. Check in was quick and easy. And the Doubletree Cookies are to die for!!!!!!
We booked the "Fun" rate which gave you the room, a large pizza, popcorn, a free movie rental, and the next day FULL breakfast for 4 people! At 169 a night, it was a real bargain!
Another good thing about the Doubletree is that the hotel is surrounded by and connected to Condos. The good thing is that loud and obnoxious tour groups or weddings have to keep it down and be out before 10! This is a real plus!
The room was awesome too! We got the 2 Queen Beds Larger Room. It was huge! The beds were big and comfortable, the bathroom was fancy and large, and there was a sitting area! All wonderful! As far as tech, there was FREE internet (Yay!), and a big flat screen TV with a lot of channels and movies.
The area is nice. There is a Ruby Tuesday around the corner which was a great place for dinner! Beware of the EXTREMELY TIGHT parking quarters in the neighborhood. Not a big deal, though. Parking at the hotel is $24 a day valet (one time fee) and $20 a day self, but the self is far away and you have to pay a fee when you leave every time. Weird!
Breakfast the next day is at Alizee, the onsite restaurant. Not only is the restaurant really nice, the food was GREAT! The omelette guy is amazing! There was eggs, bacon, sausage, taters, toast, danish, pastry, cereal, fruit, etc. Also be sure to try the Choc. Milk. Best I've ever had!
Beware, though. If you are looking to see the Downtown Baltimore (inner harbor, camden yards, malls, etc.) DON'T GO HERE! This hotel is far from those places and not at all convenient. It is perfect for visiting the colleges, like we did. Overall, a great hotel and a great stay in Baltimore. This hotel is truly a hidden gem.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled on business
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Reviewed 29 June 2009

As a one-time resident of Baltimore's Roland Park-Homewood area -- it's my favorite part of the city -- we chose the Doubletree Inn at the Colonnade purely for its location, which is lovely. It's lovely by the way if you're not married to being in the Inner Harbor or in other truly urban Baltimore neighborhoods (like Fell's Point and Inner Harbor East). This hotel is prime for people with connections to Johns Hopkins University (mind you, I'm talking about the university, not the medical campus whose proximity is more toward Fell's Point, a whole other part of the city).

The weekend we were there we saw numerous families (with boisterous kids who overpowered the tiny indoor pool) and wedding events. Still, very pleasant if unremarkable.

We booked a suite and from what I could tell when wandering through halls when housekeepers were working, it was the same space as regular rooms (with slightly fustier furnishings, certainly no flat screen televisions while standard rooms had been upgraded) though suspect our bathroom -- with jacuzzi tub -- was an upgrade. Hate the kind of "suite" that basically puts the living room at the entrance (with no windows). Didn't really care for the room, frankly (though did appreciate the empty mini-fridge and liked the bathtub).

The other thing I didn't love about the hotel was that despite all these great outdoor spaces -- two patios off the pool, an area off the entrance that clearly has been marked as a gathering spot because chairs and tables, as yet unwrapped in mid-June and so useless -- was that the urban/suburban nature wasn't properly addressed. The restaurant (Alize something or other) seemed rather sad sack (though we enjoyed the bar), definitely not possessing any kind of buzz. In fact the hotel itself had a sort of sad sack air about it. Hallways reminded me of the kind of airport hotel that tracks in one night stays. The smoke scent in our room, ugh.

Will we stay there again? The Doubletree Inn at the Colonnade was certainly inoffensive but memorable? I love the neighborhood but next trip to Baltimore we'll give a try to the Radisson at Cross Keys and explore our urban/suburban options.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Carolyn S
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Reviewed 6 May 2009

I stay at the Colonnade for all of the above reasons. I have had multiple stays at this hotel over time. It is the optimum location for me personally for business reasons in Baltimore and especially for Johns Hopkins alumni functions. Its proximity to Homewood Field permits me to avidly follow the country's most successful and storied lacrosse program.

I have recommended the hotel to many friends over the years.

  • Stayed: April 2009, travelled on business
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