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Admiral Fell Inn
Based on 925 traveler reviews
Great location and service
Mar 21, 2015 by: KZ B from Shaker Heights, Ohio
Stayed for a couple of days on business. The hotel staff were very good and the amenities had character (of the good kind). The nightly 'ghost tour' is interesting - for ghost info or local history. Location is also great for dining and strolling.
All the comforts and so much more !
Mar 17, 2015 by: yanks105 from new york metro
The Admiral Fell Inn is hands down one the nicest places you would want to be. Mario Corrado Jr. Hotel Manager does an incredible job. The entire staff , Kareem, Mike, Desiree all are so accommodating. The bar downstairs in the lower level is like an adult beverage museum, and Steve , the Bartender is the Picaso ! Every cocktail is a masterpiece, and his winning personality and smile can't be beat. We were there the Saturday before St Pats Day and had a room on the third floor facing the street. Sounds of a raucous crowd occasionally did not bother us at all. The room was fantastic ! We will be back, again and again !
History and great fun!
Mar 17, 2015 by: Wayne W from Texas Gulf Coast, Texas
I found the Admiral Fell Inn when looking for an interesting hotel to stay while I was on an assignment in Aberdeen MD. I really enjoy older hotels (that are well run) and will always seek them out when available. Baltimore has a number of them and the Fells Point area a few. My plan was to stay in as many as I could on weekends over a period of a few months but the plan came apart after my first stay at the AFI. I found the overall ambience so attractive that I have no desire to stay anywhere else and have now returned multiple times. First of all the Fells Point area has a very interesting history and the overall layout with the 18th and 19th century buildings coupled with the cobblestone streets gives one the feeling of being in an English town and with a multitude of fun nightime options. There are several excellent restaurants, many pubs and even a couple of live local theaters. The hotel itself is an interesting place with several type of room options which will fit the travelers specific needs. You can see photos of the rooms on the hotels website which gives you a very good idea of what to expect. I've stayed in several types and all were great with antique style furniture and period decorations which also adorn the hallways and the lobby. Although I really love the old building with its quirky layout (as it has grown through the years) the main reason my wife and I keep returning is the staff. The Hotels GM is Mario Corrado and I cant say I have met a GM with this fellows level of accessibility to his staff and visitors. He can frequently be found manning the front desk and assisting people with luggage and questions. His professionalism and love of what he does has been inculcated and developed in his most excellent staff. This includes the folks at the front desk with Hakeem being an example of the combination of those traits and with an honest and friendly demeanor that makes one feel like they are returning home each visit. In addition there is Steven the hotels Historian who you can take the hotel tour with and will see at times playing old tunes on his violin in the lobby. Last, I want to mention the Tavern that lies beneath the hotel and is the perfect place to finish an evening (or start it). Steve who manages and bartends is a real renaissance man who can make any drink you can imagine while discussing the hotel, local history or engineering for that matter. All in all if you are looking for a premier, smaller hotel with history and atmosphere you cant really do any better than the Admiral Fell Inn. See you folks again this weekend!
Mar 16, 2015 by: SirOliver08 from Washington DC, District of Columbia
We stayed at the Admiral Fell Inn this weekend. The Inn is located in Fells Point close to the Inner Harbor. Everything is in walking distance and the area is full of restaurants and small shops. Service at the Inn was outstanding! The people at the front desk were extremely helpful. They also offer a free shuttle service to the Inner Harbor. I highly recommend this Inn!
Live, Laugh, Love
Mar 13, 2015 by: Christine D from Newark, Delaware
My husband and I got engaged Memorial Day weekend of 2014. 2 days later, he told me that he thought we should get married in Fells Point at the Admiral Fell Inn. We went to check out the venue the following weekend and we immediately fell in love with the location. We met with Morgan Gould, who showed us around the property and described what our wedding would be like. We then met with the hotel manager, Mario Corrado, who was more than accommodating. Everything we asked for, he said he could do. He made it so easy for us to say yes. Before we left that day, we handed over a check for the deposit on our wedding. Just 10 weeks later, we arrived with family and friends for a weekend I could have only imagined in my wildest dreams. From the moment we checked in on the night of our rehearsal dinner, the employees at the Admiral Fell Inn treated us like family. Elyse and Mike at the front desk wanted to make sure that we had everything we could possibly need to make our stay enjoyable. Mario went above and beyond his call of duty as a hotel manager. He made sure that everyone from our party felt as though they were on vacation at an exclusive resort. And then the day arrived...our wedding day. Ms. Ruth and Ms. Donna Jones were at our beckon call. Ms. Donna was my bridal assistant and she treated me like a princess like every bride should be treated on her wedding day. The wedding went off without a hitch. We had beautiful weather which set the tone for a wonderful outdoor wedding at the Bond Street Pier. The reception was held in the 5th floor ballroom and everything was just perfect. Two of my favorite moments of the day were when Ms. Donna got down with my family and friends on the dance floor. And when Mario Corrado shared a dance with me, the bride. The staff at Admiral Fell Inn have become our lifelong friends. Since our wedding back in August of 2014, my husband and I have been back to the AFI twice. Both times, we were welcomed back like royalty. We walk into the hotel and everyone welcomes us with open arms...literally. And sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name :) The Admiral Fell Inn will forever hold a special place in our hearts but it wouldn't be the special place that it is without the very special people who work there. We love you guys and the AFI!!!
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