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Home2 Suites by Hilton Baltimore Downtown, MD

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Appears to be an extended stay place, and loud families can be heard through the wall. Overall, not bad.

The stay was excellent only downfall is no parking for hotel guest... They have valet but that would be 32.00 a night extra

There was a couple problems with our room and the staff as not only rude but downright intimidating. Won't go back there, ever.

It has a wide selection of breakfast! We were pleased with our room. However we did wish it had a better view of Baltimore.

Nice hotel. Breakfast was okay; not spectacular; not fancy but okay unfortunately. They should expand their breakfast selection. Contemporary look to hotel which is nice. Liked marketplace downstairs where snacks could be purchased

We came for seafood and an orioles game. Both were successful. We were about 6-8 blocks from both and we walked every where both days. Devinately would stay there again

Excellent staff - very helpful and friendly Room was good - free wifi and breakfast Other amenities were ordinary Great Location Will visit again

The hot breakfast was great except that the scramble egg was "first come, first serve". I only had it on my first day when I went to the dining room before 7. Still, the hot waffles make my days! And the server was with passion. Yes! I would recommend this hotel to a friend and I may stay again.

Good size rooms, relatively quiet, very clean, good climate control. Considering that it came without cost, the breakfast was excellent. Very friendly and helpful staff. Exercise room was acceptable, not great. About half mile walk to convention center and slightly more to Camden Yards. Pretty convenient.

We visited three states during our trip beginning with Delaware. On Friday morning we went on a tour of the Dogfish Head Brewery in Milton, DE. They offer a free tour with 4 free beer samples. If you are into craft beer, this is definitely a spot you must visit. After that, we drove about 3 hours west to Baltimore and made a pit stop at the famous Chaps Pit Beef. It's definitely a spot to check out. We then drove over to Home2 Suites where we spent Friday and Saturday night. If you are going to spend a good amount of time in the Inner Harbor area, this hotel is a 15 minute walk north of Inner Harbor. Not a bad walk on a beautiful day. We went to an Orioles game. You can walk to the game. I believe it's a mile away. If you wake up late and miss the hotels free breakfast, there is a pretty good spot next door. I forget the name, but it's in a building. It's a tiny place. I believe it it seats around 10 people. After leaving Baltimore, we went north to Philly and had some cheese steaks from Sonny's and Pat's. Both were very taste. My general expectations for a hotel are that it needs to be spacious, clean, have a nice bathroom, a working iron and ironing board, and be centrally located. This hotel met all of my expectations, except for maybe the centrally located part, because there wasn't much nightlight around, but fortunately the nightlife wasn't too far away. Oh, if you want "The Wire" experience, head over to the Lexington Market light rail station, and you will get a taste of it. Make sure to get a schedule for the free bus. They run 4 different routes. They are clean and comfortable. The light rail is the opposite. You have to pay around $1.50, and it is definitely not the most cleanest or comfortable ride I've been on.

What great location to the Baltimore Convention Center. Rooms are large, staff is friendly and even offered a free ride the train station and the conclusion. Highly recommended anytime you are in downtown at a fraction of the cost of the big ones.

Stayed here while attending a conference. Very nice staff and very conveniently located.

There were three of us staying here for 3 nights while we were attending a conference at the Convention Center. We stayed in a queen bed room with the fold-out couch. (I was on the fold out) Of course, no fold out is as comfy as any bed, but that is to be expected. I still slept just fine. Blankets/sheets were all fresh and clean (including the comforter, which can be sketchy) The room was big enough for all of us and we had no complaints at all. The only one "issue" we had was that one morning we couldn't get hot water. However, the hotel was FULL of conference attendees and it was 6am. Meaning prime time that most were up and getting ready. Which probably isn't very common. The staff was the best part! We needed conditioner, extra blankets, and shuttling to the convention when it was raining and we didn't want to walk. We received anything we needed and they were always very welcoming, helpful and friendly.

One of the best hotels ive ever stayed at. The staff was super friendly, hotel was clean, the rooms were amazing, and the free breakfast was awesome!1

Overall the stay was perfect - staff was very courteous and friendly. The rooms were a great size with nice features and very clean. Great location for what I was in the city to do that weekend.

I loved it the staff was wonderful location great and nice room it was worth every dollar

When I arrived at the hotel, I was greeted warmly by a lady. Check-in was very fast. The room is very clean and the decoration of room is modern and I like it. Kitchen in the room is another plus although I didn't use it. The breakfast is not impressive, no enough fruits. Wifi is not stable.

I was here for a conference during the weekend near the Inner Harbor. Home2 has a great position and I could just walk to the conference site and the price is quite cheap compared to other hotels near Inner harbor. The staff are very friendly. Breakfast quite good. I lived on top floor so got a wonderful view of Baltimore.

All the staff members were super friendly, and helpful. Every staff member I encounted with a question or concern was beyond helpful. I arrived 3 hours before checkin time and was able to check right in without waiting. The room was clean and offered everything you could possible need. The health club was clean, but didn't have as much equipment as I would like, but served the purpose.

Staff was extremely helpful as soon as I walked in the door, and we had a great room. 2 things i wished they had was a pool (for the kids) and a better parking situation. You could park with valet for $25 a day or park on the street for a max of $22 a day, or you could look for a parking garage that offers a $15 a day rate but then you would have to walk back to the hotel so hopefully you found a garage relatively close. But all-in-all it was nice and clean and less that a mile from the inner harbor which was really nice.

8 E Pleasant Street Baltimore MD

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Walters Art Museum and Washington Monument
  • Free hot/cold buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Fitness center

Located in Cathedral Hill Historic District, Home2 Suites by Hilton Baltimore Downtown, MD is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Baltimore Convention Center and Baltimore Inner Harbor Marina. This 126-room aparthotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a fitness center. It's in central Baltimore and also close to National Aquarium in Baltimore and Oriole Park at Camden Yards.


Dining

Free hot/cold buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 6 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

All 126 air-conditioned apartments feature kitchens and space to spread out with sitting areas. Guests can expect 42-inch LCD TVs with cable channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include iPod docks, sofa beds, and coffee makers.


Property features

At Home2 Suites by Hilton Baltimore Downtown, MD, guests have access to a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a 24-hour business center. Valet parking is available for USD 35.00 per night, and there's also a free area shuttle. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area, a computer station, and express check-in.

Room options

Studio Suite, 1 King Bed with Sofa bed

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Studio, 1 Queen Bed with Sofa bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 4

Studio, 1 Queen Bed, Accessible, Bathtub

Queen 1 | Sleeps 4

Premium Studio, 1 Queen Bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Home2 Suites by Hilton Baltimore Downtown

Everyone (1) Couples (7) Business (8) Family (5) Friends (2) Other (2)
4

nice place, can be noisy.

Everyone

Appears to be an extended stay place, and loud families can be heard through the wall. Overall, not bad.

By on Aug 21, 2016

5

excellent couple trip

Couples

The stay was excellent only downfall is no parking for hotel guest... They have valet but that would be 32.00 a night extra

By on Jul 21, 2015

1

really rude staff

Couples

There was a couple problems with our room and the staff as not only rude but downright intimidating. Won't go back there, ever.

By on Jun 19, 2015

4

weekend trip with wife

Families

It has a wide selection of breakfast! We were pleased with our room. However we did wish it had a better view of Baltimore.

By on Jun 4, 2015

4

business trip

BusinessTravelers

Nice hotel. Breakfast was okay; not spectacular; not fancy but okay unfortunately. They should expand their breakfast selection. Contemporary look to hotel which is nice. Liked marketplace downstairs where snacks could be purchased

By on Oct 13, 2014

4

mini vacation

Families

We came for seafood and an orioles game. Both were successful. We were about 6-8 blocks from both and we walked every where both days. Devinately would stay there again

By on Aug 30, 2014

4

good overall experience

BusinessTravelers

Excellent staff - very helpful and friendly Room was good - free wifi and breakfast Other amenities were ordinary Great Location Will visit again

By on Jun 27, 2014

4

family getaway

Couples

The hot breakfast was great except that the scramble egg was "first come, first serve". I only had it on my first day when I went to the dining room before 7. Still, the hot waffles make my days! And the server was with passion. Yes! I would recommend this hotel to a friend and I may stay again.

By on Jun 22, 2014

4

nice place

BusinessTravelers

Good size rooms, relatively quiet, very clean, good climate control. Considering that it came without cost, the breakfast was excellent. Very friendly and helpful staff. Exercise room was acceptable, not great. About half mile walk to convention center and slightly more to Camden Yards. Pretty convenient.

By on Jun 22, 2014

4

great stay during bermuda triangle weekend trip

GetawayWithFriends

We visited three states during our trip beginning with Delaware. On Friday morning we went on a tour of the Dogfish Head Brewery in Milton, DE. They offer a free tour with 4 free beer samples. If you are into craft beer, this is definitely a spot you must visit. After that, we drove about 3 hours west to Baltimore and made a pit stop at the famous Chaps Pit Beef. It's definitely a spot to check out. We then drove over to Home2 Suites where we spent Friday and Saturday night. If you are going to spend a good amount of time in the Inner Harbor area, this hotel is a 15 minute walk north of Inner Harbor. Not a bad walk on a beautiful day. We went to an Orioles game. You can walk to the game. I believe it's a mile away. If you wake up late and miss the hotels free breakfast, there is a pretty good spot next door. I forget the name, but it's in a building. It's a tiny place. I believe it it seats around 10 people. After leaving Baltimore, we went north to Philly and had some cheese steaks from Sonny's and Pat's. Both were very taste. My general expectations for a hotel are that it needs to be spacious, clean, have a nice bathroom, a working iron and ironing board, and be centrally located. This hotel met all of my expectations, except for maybe the centrally located part, because there wasn't much nightlight around, but fortunately the nightlife wasn't too far away. Oh, if you want "The Wire" experience, head over to the Lexington Market light rail station, and you will get a taste of it. Make sure to get a schedule for the free bus. They run 4 different routes. They are clean and comfortable. The light rail is the opposite. You have to pay around $1.50, and it is definitely not the most cleanest or comfortable ride I've been on.

By on Jun 17, 2014