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Admiral Fell Inn
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Sep 21, 2014 by: MissLewes from Lewes, Delaware
Fells Point area was very nice area. Great restaurants on the water and near to Inner Harbor. However, the Inn was disappointing. I have stayed at other Historical Inns where the rooms were in better condition. Overall, the hotel was average and overpriced.
Best hotel in Baltimore
Sep 19, 2014 by: FrancesCR88_12 from Northport, New York
This is a friendly, homey historic boutique hotel at the harbor in Fell's Point. Staff exceptional! Special attention to needs of handicapped guests. Desk staff goes way above and beyond the call. Outstanding place
Sep 17, 2014 by: mar1818 from North Miami Beach, Florida
Location is amazing. So much to do right outside your door. Restaurants, bars, sightseeing..,crowded though very popular tourist area. Hotel was small and quite charming. Staff was friendly and accommodating. Nice Valet people. Rooms were on the small side but comfortable. Rooms on lower floors facing park could be noisy in evening with outside activity. Have stayed here twice.
Great hotel/bartender is amazing
Sep 16, 2014 by: anna h from Baltimore, Maryland
Stayed this past week at the Admiral Fell Inn which was a great hotel. Very convenient location and pleasant environment. The best part of my stay was the time I spent at hotel tavern in the buildings basement. I would like to single out Steve the bartender "amazing", what an asset to the hotel. The drinks were fantastic!!! The front desk recommended other bars in the area but we found the tavern to be the most comfortable. This bartender not only exceeded our expectations but recommended great places for us to visit around the Baltimore harbor. It was a busy weekend and we could have easily got caught up in the tourist shuffle. Steve is an local expert of Fells Point and Baltimore. We couldn't wait to come back each night for our drinks and thank Steve for another great recommended waterfront excursion.
Its Just OK
Sep 16, 2014 by: NadineTheQueen from Alexandria
My husband and I spent one Sunday night here so we could enjoy our favorite Baltimore neighborhood, Fells Point all day and all night. I had always wanted to stay here as I love historic hotels and had heard many good things about this place. But now that I have stayed here, I am not impressed. I checked in at 4pm and asked for a room that overlooked the water but one was not available due to the “class” of room I booked. I would hate to assume “class” meant anything but a full size bed booking. The room was still being cleaned when I entered it – actually it looked like the maid just started so I went back to the reservation desk and was given another room. I wasn’t happy that I had to carry my roller bag up 2 sets of stairs after getting off the elevator. The room was tiny and very musty smelling with a big stain on the carpet but otherwise clean. Luckily, it had two windows that opened wide and the weather was nice so we were able to air it out a bit. Good thing my husband and I didn’t spend much time there because it was impossible to walk around each other. The room is better suited for just one person looking for a good night’s sleep. It overlooked a small, quite courtyard rather than busy Broadway. Even though the antique bed was squeaky whenever either of us moved, it was double sheeted and we had a restful sleep. I was also grateful for the noon check out time. While the perceived fire hazard of the surge protector extension cord arrangement made me a little uncomfortable, I understand and appreciate the quirky shortcomings of historic hotels and would have rated this stay much higher had they just replaced the carpet and tattered chair. It seems like an inexpensive thing to do as the room was so small.
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