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Admiral Fell Inn
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Great pet friendly hotel
Mar 08, 2014 by: jocdocnh from Laconia, New Hampshire
My wife and dog and I were driving home to NH from FL. And needed a pet friendly hotel for the night. The Admiral Fell was available and very reasonably priced. As other reviewers have noted the staff was very friendly and helpful. They were most welcoming to our large but well behaved dog also. The rooms are charming and well appointed and the way they integrated multiple buildings into the inn was seamless. We travel to Baltimore often and I think the location in Fells Point is great. Lots of good places to eat within a short walk and easy access to the harbor and all it's attractions. This is a wonderful place to stay and we will be back!
In a word: Incredible!
Mar 05, 2014 by: j m from Indianapolis, Indiana
I was in Baltimore for a conference and needed a one night stay. I chose this hotel based on location (not downtown by convention center) and I am a choice hotels member. I did not expect the level of service, kind attentive staff and the hotel iself was loaded with charm/comfort and a home like feel. I was welcomed with a suite upgrade and a nice bottle of wine. The food/drink in the hotel was also wonderful. I paid $100 less than the convention center hotels and received 5 times the service and value. If ever back to Baltimore-I will be at the Admiral Fell Inn! Great work guys.
GREAT STAY AT A HISTORICAL HOTEL!
Mar 05, 2014 by: raf K from Baltimore, Maryland
I travel to this hotel frequently for business and it has everything you would ever need. There's at least 40 restaurants in walking distance and two right in the hotel! The bartender at the Tavern in the basement is amazing. My room is immaculate and the front desk service is beyond belief. Hakeem and Karim helped me out and they were stupendous. They even starting this new texting service which brings the customer service levels to a new high. Great job management!
Historic Stay at Admiral Fell Inn
Feb 27, 2014 by: mrspeale from Havre de Grace, Maryland
This was our second overnight stay at the lovely historic Admiral Fell Inn and we were not disappointed. We travel all over the country and stay at many hotels, and few come close to the service and atmosphere that the Admiral Fell Inn offers to its guests. First of all, the hotel staff acts like they know you as soon as you walk through the front doors. Taylor and Hakeem are two of the most helpful hotel clerks that we have ever met. They both did whatever they could to answer our questions or get us something that we needed in our room. We felt like we knew them. Also both times we have stayed, the manager has gone out of his way to introduce himself and offer his assistance with special promotions at the hotel. We love their new texting program. We used it several times to contact the front desk for a wine opener or to get our car ready with the valet. Their return texts were prompt and courteous always. The rooms are decorated in period style, yet they have all of the modern amenities that you are looking for in a hotel. Also, the rooms are clean. The only drawback to the room is being located on the busy historic Broadway and Thames Street corner where you will hear lots of laughter and noise of evening festivities in Fell's Point. By 2 a.m., things settle down and get quiet until mid afternoon the next day. If you go in expecting that, you won't mind it. You just need to stay up late too and enjoy the nightlife in Fell's Point on the water. The Tavern Bar in the basement of the hotel and the breakfast on the top floor (with a view of the entire Inner Harbor) are two of the nicest features of our stay. The breakfast is a full omelet bar, waffles to order, fruits, great coffee, and more. Don't miss out on that with your stay. Lastly, if you are into ghost tales, the Admiral Fell Inn makes no secret of being called "One of the most haunted hotels in America." We live in an old home and we are not afraid of strange noises in the night, but we can honestly say that we did have weird encounters both times that we stayed at the hotel. On our first stay, the TV came on by itself while we were getting ready to go out for the evening. On our second most recent stay, my wife walked out of the bathroom after washing her face, and as soon as she got in bed, the water came on and shut off in the sink. Also, the next morning, our toilet wouldn't flush and when I checked to see what was wrong, the valve had been shut on the toilet. Strange, but true. Ghost stories just add to the inviting atmosphere of this 200-year-old, well-preserved hotel. We highly recommend you stay here when you visit Fell's Point, a really cool destination in Baltimore.
Wonderful hotel, wonderful staff!
Feb 27, 2014 by: Jack F from Rochester, New York
I stay at the Admiral Fell once every year. I am always given a very warm welcome by Hakeem at the front desk. What a great way to start my stay, He always remembers me, what a great testament to him and the rest of the staff who are always smiling and pleasant. The reception area has a historic "Fells Point" look and is warm and inviting. All of the rooms I have stayed in are very clean and comfortable. There are many hotel choices around the Inner Harbor; and I have stayed in a few, but I will never stay anyplace else. Great job!
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