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Extended Stay America - Baltimore - BWI Airport – Aero Dr.

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Great staff. Aloni allowed us to check in early, so that my wife could refrigerate her medicine, as we were to attend a outdoor function, that afternoon, and it was very hot (July). The hotel was clean quiet and comfortable. I would definitely recommend.

The staff was ultra friendly. The room was clean and every question i had was handled promptly. The shower was challenging, and the staff member that helped me said that the confusion on how to run it was quite common. The pillow were super firm and flat and had no give to them for neck support.

A scrappy place to stay. The bathroom was broken and the places smelled

I really enjoyed my stay. The check in /check out process went very smoothly with Ms. Shaun, she was very polite and pleasant. I have a Pamper Me Day 2 times a month with 1 of them being a night away from home. Your hotel was perfect because of the kitchen. I could stay in the room and relax and not have leave.

Nice hotel. Met our needs for our stay. I would recommend this hotel for future needs.

It was def nice place to stay location is nice quiet smells good ppl are nice just don't like that check out is at 11

I was able to get all of the rest I not Only intend on getting but needed to get. Everything went as expected and I would come back or recommend friends to stay as well!

Scary and dark. It was terrifying nightmare. Would not wish it on anyone.

When I checked in the person at front desk was very rude. The hallways were nasty and smelled like a wet day and ccigarettes. The room smelled the same way. The floors were so nasty our shoes stuck to it.The bed was dry as well. To sum it up the room was nasty and falling apart. Also there is no parking at the hotel.

If you happen to be stranded at BWI and need an overnight hotel (as I did), note that there is *no* hotel shuttle to the Extended Stay BWI. Getting there means a $10 taxi cab, which is probably not a big deal, but you are *out of luck* if you need a early morning taxi service *back* to catch a flight at BWI. I literally called 5 taxi companies at 6:15 and all went to voicemail; one who finally agreed to take me said it would be 45 minutes (for a 6 minute drive)! If you are a single woman or a family w/ young kids, note that the surrounding area is an industrial park, and you would have to walk several (sketchy) pedestrian-unfriendly blocks to get a restaurant. Maybe because this is the cheapest hotel in the area, it tends to attract a pretty low-rent clientelle (who, oddly, seemed largely to have no intentions of flying at the airport a few minutes down the road). The front desk was unattended (as in, literally the lights were off at 6:30). The lady who checked me in was nice, but looked exhausted. There were a dozen *really* sketchy people all just milling around the tiny reception area and in front of the property. When I went to the only vending machine in the hotel, some guy walking around with no shirt was giving me the crazy-eye look. Lovely. As I walked to my "non-smoking" room, past the dozens of other rooms on the top floor with the little non-smoking signs next to them, had the privilege of breathing in smoke. When I entered my room I found -- you guessed it -- a heavily smoked-in room. Tar was thick on the walls, and the bedding reaked. The weird thing was the odd (surprising) pockets of updates -- the hardwood Pergo flooring in the bathroom and nice 45" flat screen tv stood as odd outliers among the dingy ancient kitchenette area & tragic carpet. Wifi was pretty decent, but hard to enjoy if you're worried about bedbugs (I kept my socks on when I walked around). I could even deal w/ the mildew and other funk on the shower, but when the bedding and pillows reek of smoke (to the point that my clothes and suitcase smelled like I'd been in a bar), that's just a deal-breaker. Every light switch cover was coated w/ sort of a dirty, tar gummy film. Now, I'm an experienced global traveler, so I've seen worse, but reality and the photos for this place are night and day different. Caveat emptor folks!

Although the staff was wonderful, the location and the cleanliness of the hotel was horrible. We were in a room directly over the front desk and there were doing construction which started at 6:00 a.m. We were there because of a power outage in our neighborhood and if we had known how low class this hotel was we would not have stayed there. Although there was a kitchenette it was so dirty that I couldn't cook anything. We were hoping to get some relief from a stressful weekend without air or water in 100 degree weather but this hotel did nothing but stress us out more.

They were absolutely great with us! Loved their courteous employees!

This hotel is conveniently located near the airport however people regularly hang out outside of the lobby which is right outside of some rooms which can be very noisy.

First of all the bedding was stained, the air conditioner did not work, nor did the shower..upon moving to another room, we were locked out bu the hotel staff, they could not re-open the room, and contemplated a ladder to the window to get our luggage out, after finally getting the room open we moved to a third room, this room on the first floor, had a window which could not be closed, thus we were moved to a 4th room!! Though the comped us for 1 of the 2 nights, the overall experience was not good. I travel to Bwi airport about 8 times a year, and by far this was my worst experience.

1500 Aero Dr. Linthicum Heights MD

Hotel highlights

  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Free airport shuttle

Extended Stay America - Baltimore - BWI Airport – Aero Dr. places you within a 10-minute drive of popular sights such as M&T Bank Stadium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards. This 122-room hotel has conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. It's near the airport and also within a 15-minute drive of B&O Railroad Museum and USS Constellation.


Dining

Free continental breakfast is offered each morning.


Rooms

The 122 air-conditioned rooms feature kitchens with refrigerators, microwaves, and stovetops. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Coffee makers, free local calls, and ironing boards are other standard amenities. Weekly housekeeping is available.


Property features

Renovated in 2012, Extended Stay America - Baltimore - BWI Airport – Aero Dr. offers free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and laundry facilities. There's free parking, as well as a free airport shuttle during limited hours. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with luggage storage and securing valuables. This hotel also has a TV in a common area.

Room options

Studio, 1 Queen Bed, Non Smoking

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Studio, 2 Full Beds, Non Smoking

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Studio, 2 Full Beds, Smoking

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Extended Stay America - Baltimore - BWI Airport – Aero Dr.

Everyone (3) Business (2) Couples (3) Family (5) Friends (1)
4

will come back

Everyone

Great staff. Aloni allowed us to check in early, so that my wife could refrigerate her medicine, as we were to attend a outdoor function, that afternoon, and it was very hot (July). The hotel was clean quiet and comfortable. I would definitely recommend.

By , from Rock Hall MD on Jul 22, 2017

Review comment responded on Jul 25, 2017

Paul, thank you for being our guest and taking the time to review your experience at Extended Stay America - Baltimore - BWI Airport - Aero Dr. We are glad that you liked our affordable rates and convenient location which was perfect for your needs. We also appreciate you recognizing Aloni, and will be sure to share your compliments with her. Thanks again for recommending us online, and we hope to have you back with us soon. Sincerely, General Manager

4

nice clean room, but not sure its extended stay

Everyone

The staff was ultra friendly. The room was clean and every question i had was handled promptly. The shower was challenging, and the staff member that helped me said that the confusion on how to run it was quite common. The pillow were super firm and flat and had no give to them for neck support.

By , from Chicago, Il on May 19, 2017

Review comment responded on May 22, 2017

Steve, thank you for being our guest at Extended Stay America - Baltimore - BWI Airport - Aero Dr. We are delighted to know you loved our excellent service and your spotless room. However, we are sorry for the inconvenience caused and regret the same. We hope to have the opportunity of welcoming you back on a future visit. Sincerely, General Manager

1

broken bathroom and no untenisles

Everyone

A scrappy place to stay. The bathroom was broken and the places smelled

By on Aug 1, 2016

5

pamper me

GetawayWithFriends

I really enjoyed my stay. The check in /check out process went very smoothly with Ms. Shaun, she was very polite and pleasant. I have a Pamper Me Day 2 times a month with 1 of them being a night away from home. Your hotel was perfect because of the kitchen. I could stay in the room and relax and not have leave.

By on Oct 29, 2015

4

business stay

BusinessTravelers

Nice hotel. Met our needs for our stay. I would recommend this hotel for future needs.

By on Jun 15, 2015

3

family trip

Families

It was def nice place to stay location is nice quiet smells good ppl are nice just don't like that check out is at 11

By on Apr 18, 2015

5

a good time

Couples

I was able to get all of the rest I not Only intend on getting but needed to get. Everything went as expected and I would come back or recommend friends to stay as well!

By on Dec 19, 2014

1

terrifying night

Families

Scary and dark. It was terrifying nightmare. Would not wish it on anyone.

By on Jun 18, 2014

1

father's day

Families

When I checked in the person at front desk was very rude. The hallways were nasty and smelled like a wet day and ccigarettes. The room smelled the same way. The floors were so nasty our shoes stuck to it.The bed was dry as well. To sum it up the room was nasty and falling apart. Also there is no parking at the hotel.

By on Jun 15, 2014

1

chain smokers & bikers love this place

BusinessTravelers

If you happen to be stranded at BWI and need an overnight hotel (as I did), note that there is *no* hotel shuttle to the Extended Stay BWI. Getting there means a $10 taxi cab, which is probably not a big deal, but you are *out of luck* if you need a early morning taxi service *back* to catch a flight at BWI. I literally called 5 taxi companies at 6:15 and all went to voicemail; one who finally agreed to take me said it would be 45 minutes (for a 6 minute drive)! If you are a single woman or a family w/ young kids, note that the surrounding area is an industrial park, and you would have to walk several (sketchy) pedestrian-unfriendly blocks to get a restaurant. Maybe because this is the cheapest hotel in the area, it tends to attract a pretty low-rent clientelle (who, oddly, seemed largely to have no intentions of flying at the airport a few minutes down the road). The front desk was unattended (as in, literally the lights were off at 6:30). The lady who checked me in was nice, but looked exhausted. There were a dozen *really* sketchy people all just milling around the tiny reception area and in front of the property. When I went to the only vending machine in the hotel, some guy walking around with no shirt was giving me the crazy-eye look. Lovely. As I walked to my "non-smoking" room, past the dozens of other rooms on the top floor with the little non-smoking signs next to them, had the privilege of breathing in smoke. When I entered my room I found -- you guessed it -- a heavily smoked-in room. Tar was thick on the walls, and the bedding reaked. The weird thing was the odd (surprising) pockets of updates -- the hardwood Pergo flooring in the bathroom and nice 45" flat screen tv stood as odd outliers among the dingy ancient kitchenette area & tragic carpet. Wifi was pretty decent, but hard to enjoy if you're worried about bedbugs (I kept my socks on when I walked around). I could even deal w/ the mildew and other funk on the shower, but when the bedding and pillows reek of smoke (to the point that my clothes and suitcase smelled like I'd been in a bar), that's just a deal-breaker. Every light switch cover was coated w/ sort of a dirty, tar gummy film. Now, I'm an experienced global traveler, so I've seen worse, but reality and the photos for this place are night and day different. Caveat emptor folks!

By on Jul 28, 2012