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Midtown Inn

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The hotel is old and run down. Holes in the bedding, curtains, shower surround, and such. The floor is uneven under the carpet. The back of the electronic door lock that reads the keycard was open inside the room, and I had trouble getting into the room sometimes and had to tap the keycard a couple dozen times before it would open. There was a plastic bag over the smoke detector. The room did not have a cigarette smoke odor, although the hotel did have an odd old food odor. The hotel is also dirty and neglected. The carpet in my room looked like it had not been vacuumed in weeks. There was some mysterious black gunky spots on the toilet seat. There were colorful splashes on the inside of the bathroom door and miscellaneous debris around on the floor. My room was not attended to at all the first three full days I was there. The fourth full day, someone did make the bed, empty the trash, and provide fresh towels, but did not replace the spare toilet paper (which I then ran out of) or the empty tissue box. Nor did he/she vacuum the floors. Sirens were blasting all throughout the night. You hear every street sound. The bed and pillows were hard. The TV had to be unplugged to not glow all night with instructions to turn on the cable. I had to wait quite a while for someone to come to the front desk to check me in. The wifi was unusable because it was so slow/ unresponsive.

Terrible hotel. Terrible accommodations. Dirty. Fire detector beeped the entire visit. Felt sheets were not clean. It is worth the extra $500 to stay somewhere else.

I stayed there a few days with no issues. Was able to check in and out just fine. There is no parking, though they do let you stop in front of the entrance for 15 minutes to unload your car. It is also right next to a noisy street, and I could hear everything. Sadly couldn't use ear plugs because of an ear infection.

The hotel location was the biggest plus. It was within walking distance of the stadiums which was the biggest draw. The hotel was old which is what I expected in BWI but rooms were clean enough but slept on top of the comforter. The bed in one of the rooms we rented was on a slant as the floor was crooked? Staff was really nice but not available when we needed something during the day. A " we will be back soon" sign was left with a number to call that no one answered. As we booked last minute not thinking we would make the trip, we didn't expect a whole lot

came to Baltimore to party. they had the best rates. Can't complain. wasn't in the room for more then 3 hours. I slept fairly well. Not the cleanest but also not the dirtiest hotel I've been in

Clean room and friendly staff. Location is great. Only downside is breakfast is nothing special.

The staff was friendly, room was clean. My room had the sink in the room instead of with the bathroom. Not but 10-15 min walk to harbor and stadium so location was not bad.Ok for one night, two would be pushing it. 70.00 is not a lot but almost too much for this room. But if you are using it for a quick stay, then this is ok...get what you pay for that is for sure

cheap price but bad condition. Near to downtown but not safe

Nice neighborhood. Friendly owners but place is a dump in need of much renovation. Smells bad.

Needs repairs I would not recommend this place to a friend

The hotel itself was decent, can use a little fixing up though, staff was nice, theres no refrigerator s in the rooms and the ice machine was broken, thw continental breakfast consisted of white or raisin break, cold cereal, coffee and sunny d,other than those small issues, the overall stay was good and i would stay again

You get what you pay for. Staff needs improvement.

We had a wedding to attend in Baltimore and the hotels the bride recommended were all booked out. This hotel was perfectly located and did the trick. There is no elevator and, as it is June, it got a bit warm during the night as the portable air conditioner was not doing the best job. However, it was reasonably priced for a big Oriole game weeked and we were relieved to find it!

Old but cheaper compared to other places. This place is only a 15 min walk from downtown/inner harbor area. Also, a bus station is right across the street for quick and handy access as well. The staff member was nice one day then unfriendly.. Overall, I enjoyed the stay. (WiFi was really bad FYI)

A last minute booking. It wasn't that bad, no real complaints here. Only thing, I don't mine a buffet style breakfast but I do mine buffet style condiments. That's why they have individual packets. But I guess you get what you pay for.

For around $80 a night you really can't beat it. The rooms are small but they were very clean. Free wifi and free breakfast. The staff was extremely nice and even gave us advice on several attractions to check out during our stay. If your looking for luxury this isn't the place for you. But if your looking for somewhere cozy and on a budget, it doesn't get any better than this. Also not very far from the harbor, about a 20 minute walk. If you don't walk and you don't wanna waste time with parking, a free bus also runs right across the street from the hotel.

The hotel was clean. The bed was comfortable and the price was right. I don't see paying twice as much for a place that all I am going to do is sleep and take a shower.

Not the world's best but it is conveniently located in downtown near harbor and ball park. Shower is just a trickle. Hot water is scarce. You're basically paying for a bed. If that's all you need, this place will do. I will say that I really did like the building itself. A very cool old building.

THey had sold our room. Hotel was overbooked. We had to drive home late at night.

There is NO parking here-until after 7pm-and it's on the street-if you can find a spot. The parking garage that is a block away closes at 9p and does not open until 7a--not good for those out late or, like me, had to leave for the airport at 5am. Room was dirty, no climate controls in the room. Bathroom was dirty, dingy and smelly. I realize this was an old house they converted into a hotel, but the conversion was horrible. Room layouts are bad, no elevator and they have many "make-shift" things like lots of extension cords in the room instead of putting in more outlets, because of the weird layout I had to move a chair to get in and out of the bathroom door, twin bed was on a queen box spring(stuck out), even a skinny person could not sit on the toilet because it was wedged in the only place they could find and you could only stand and aim! I'm usually easy going, but this was just too many bad things. Oh, and I only got two channels in my room-despite the guide saying there was over 40 channel options. When I asked about it I was told, "Yeah, some of the tv's have problems. Sorry." No offer to switch me rooms or anything!

723 Saint Paul Street Baltimore MD

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Washington Monument and Walters Art Museum
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas

Located in Mount Vernon, Midtown Inn is adjacent to Washington Monument and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Walters Art Museum. This 20-room hotel welcomes guests with in-room amenities like fireplaces, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Located in central Baltimore, the hotel is also near National Aquarium in Baltimore and USS Constellation.


Rooms

All of Midtown Inn's 20 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including fireplaces, refrigerators, and coffee makers. TVs come with cable channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Pillowtop beds grant a restful night's sleep, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other amenities include free local calls, free bottled water, and ironing boards.


Property features

At Midtown Inn, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas.

Room options

Economy Suite, 1 Double Bed

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Midtown Inn

Everyone (2) Couples (13) Business (7) Students (1) Family (3) Other (8) Friends (3)
1

dirty and neglected

Everyone

The hotel is old and run down. Holes in the bedding, curtains, shower surround, and such. The floor is uneven under the carpet. The back of the electronic door lock that reads the keycard was open inside the room, and I had trouble getting into the room sometimes and had to tap the keycard a couple dozen times before it would open. There was a plastic bag over the smoke detector. The room did not have a cigarette smoke odor, although the hotel did have an odd old food odor. The hotel is also dirty and neglected. The carpet in my room looked like it had not been vacuumed in weeks. There was some mysterious black gunky spots on the toilet seat. There were colorful splashes on the inside of the bathroom door and miscellaneous debris around on the floor. My room was not attended to at all the first three full days I was there. The fourth full day, someone did make the bed, empty the trash, and provide fresh towels, but did not replace the spare toilet paper (which I then ran out of) or the empty tissue box. Nor did he/she vacuum the floors. Sirens were blasting all throughout the night. You hear every street sound. The bed and pillows were hard. The TV had to be unplugged to not glow all night with instructions to turn on the cable. I had to wait quite a while for someone to come to the front desk to check me in. The wifi was unusable because it was so slow/ unresponsive.

By on May 12, 2017

1

do not recommend to a friend

Everyone

Terrible hotel. Terrible accommodations. Dirty. Fire detector beeped the entire visit. Felt sheets were not clean. It is worth the extra $500 to stay somewhere else.

By on May 12, 2017

3

just what you'd expect for the price.

Students

I stayed there a few days with no issues. Was able to check in and out just fine. There is no parking, though they do let you stop in front of the entrance for 15 minutes to unload your car. It is also right next to a noisy street, and I could hear everything. Sadly couldn't use ear plugs because of an ear infection.

By on Jun 1, 2016

3

just in town for a baseball game

Couples

The hotel location was the biggest plus. It was within walking distance of the stadiums which was the biggest draw. The hotel was old which is what I expected in BWI but rooms were clean enough but slept on top of the comforter. The bed in one of the rooms we rented was on a slant as the floor was crooked? Staff was really nice but not available when we needed something during the day. A " we will be back soon" sign was left with a number to call that no one answered. As we booked last minute not thinking we would make the trip, we didn't expect a whole lot

By on Feb 9, 2015

3

cheap!

Couples

came to Baltimore to party. they had the best rates. Can't complain. wasn't in the room for more then 3 hours. I slept fairly well. Not the cleanest but also not the dirtiest hotel I've been in

By on Sep 29, 2014

4

good for what you pay, friendly managers

BusinessTravelers

Clean room and friendly staff. Location is great. Only downside is breakfast is nothing special.

By on Sep 14, 2014

2

baseball game night

Couples

The staff was friendly, room was clean. My room had the sink in the room instead of with the bathroom. Not but 10-15 min walk to harbor and stadium so location was not bad.Ok for one night, two would be pushing it. 70.00 is not a lot but almost too much for this room. But if you are using it for a quick stay, then this is ok...get what you pay for that is for sure

By on Aug 17, 2014

1

cold water

Singles

cheap price but bad condition. Near to downtown but not safe

By on Jun 16, 2014

1

only as a last resort

BusinessTravelers

Nice neighborhood. Friendly owners but place is a dump in need of much renovation. Smells bad.

By on Apr 28, 2014

2

cheap

BusinessTravelers

Needs repairs I would not recommend this place to a friend

By on Jan 21, 2014