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Good location. Attractive street apearance The room was tired and musty as if there had been water damage that had not been treated. In the morning I awoke to cockroaches in the bathtub and on the bathroom floor
Location and cleanliness Bed was borderline too soft/saggy. Musty smell when walking in and AC was off on a very hot day so had to leave the room for a while until it cooled.
Excellent location at a great rate! Noticed an employee drinking at the bar and working the front desk.
Location was near some really great restaurants and walking distance to the harbor. This hotel is in need of an upgrade- wallpaper was peeling off the wall or large chunks were missing, the beds were lumpy and so squeaky, carpet was stained, and the walls were paper thin.
Within walking distance of Annapolis waterfront and restaurants. Also had trolley service to downtown and Navy stadium. Rooms neat and comfortable. Older HVAC and bathroom fixtures but worked well. Bed was comfortable Pillows were hard to get use to. One too hard and one too soft. Only real negative was valet parking. Parked my car under a tree in uncovered lot for two (2) days and it had sap, leaves, twigs, etc. when brought out. For $20 per day, I expected better.
Everything! Amazing service. Wish we were told that our only option to park our car was valet and that we would have to pay for that. I don't think we should have to pay if that's our only option
This hotel is beautiful and is so close to downtown Annapolis, the State House and many other historic attractions. The Navy Stadium is also a short walk away! I have stayed at this hotel 3 times in just over a year and would happily recommend it to others!
very good location coupled with free shuttles to town was nice. the bill i received from the hotel was lower than what Kayak charged.
Convenient shuttle service to downtown Bed was uncomfortable and led to a stiff back the following morning
Large room: easy check in. Staff was friendly Not much in the at of amenities and older furniture but in expensive for a one night stay
Location The $200 per night price seemed too expensive for the room. We had a view of a back alley and the room, although very clean, was only average. The hotel was hosting a dog convention and I did not like the thought of sleeping in a bed that probably had been used for dogs to sleep in. Also there was a doging barking on Sunday morning. Not fun to wake up to.
I liked the location close to downtown Annapolis and the football stadium. Staff gave good directions to get to the stadium and when. Families of Naval Academy grads were welcomed warmly No
Very clean, modern amenities, friendly staff. The only hiccup was that construction closed the main entrance and parking garage entrance. It was easy to find the curbside valet parking, but the sign pointing straight for self-park was woefully inadequate (one needed to drive about a half-mile farther and then make two right-hand turns (only the second of which had a sign) to go in the back entrance. Similarly, it was not at all clear where the entrance was -- there was only the name of the hotel restaurant over it and inside. These problems will disappear in a few months when construction wraps up, but in the meantime the last problem I expected was being able to enter the hotel.
We liked the valet service and car parking. It was a short stay and we appreciated having food avialable at the morning buffet and at the bar. We left the area after our grandson received an award at Commencement, but needed an extra hour before checking out. Thanks
location was great 1 block walk to center of town FREE INTERNET did not offer free breAKFAST
When I called the front desk at 1am because the occupants of the room next door were loud, it was taken care of immediately. Loved the complimentary WA post and NY Times newspapers in lobby. Couldn't change us to a King Bed room vs. Double beds. Seemed like we were less-well treated because of booking on a 3rd party site. Could hear loud, raucous and profane conversation and laughter, woke me and my family up 3 times during the night, finally at 1am I called downstairs. Seemed to be blood spatter/stain on one of the sheets. Complimentary coffee urn in lobby was empty the one morning I noticed it - at 10am. ?! Was quite a distance from the main shopping and restaurant area, though we did have a nice meal at an Asian restaurant nearby.
The staff was terrific!
Nice hotel, great location for Annapolis. You could walk from the hotel to downtown in under 10 minutes. Great hotel shuttle that would drop you off anywhere you want in downtown.
Great service. Used concierge for special requests and everything was wonderful. They were very welcoming and accomodating.
Sfaff was friendly and nice. Location was great. Room was a bit small for the price.
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Clean rooms, and clean breakfast area. Nice inviting lobby with cookies in the afternoon. Coffee all day. Helpful staff. Great location. Excellent!
Nice breakfast choices I thought location was closer to the Historic District than it was.
The breakfast was good but very busy so I suggest you get there early. We had to wait a long time to get items replinished. The WiFi was almost nonexistent. The room was dirty. The floor in the bathroom even had a blood drop on it. The curtains and linens were dirty. The air conditioner made so much noise it kept us up. The lady at check in was very rude.
It was comfortable, clean, inclusive of just about anything one would want or need, the staff was extremely helpful and friendly. The price was very reasonable. mmmmm a couple of days the hot breakfast (eggs) was a little shaky...in terms of quality and eye appeal.....The dining room became a bit crowded and noisy for my personal taste....SO.....perhaps some slightly extended hours?
Location and separate bedroom Bathroom needs some work. Tile, shower handle, etc. A larger refrigerator would be a big plus!
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Great breakfast! The staff was very helpful, she took time to explain the metro and how to get to D.C. The room was really clean and the beds were very comfy. We loved everything.
good access; fairly quiet atmosphere; not a lot of frills; cordial staff
The front desk personnel, freshly baked cookies, and beautiful lobby. Breakfast room furnishings, food choices and quality of the food were wonderful. The peep hole in my door was apparently missing - it had tissue stuffed in it. No bathroom fan.
The room was a great fit for our little family weekend getaway. There was enough space for my husband and I and our 3 children. The location of the hotel was perfect for the activities we had planned in Annapolis. The front desk staff was a little slow. There was an older lady working during our stay that did not seem like the best fit for a multi-tasking job like the front desk. All other staff we encountered seemed friendly and helpful.
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My wife and I started at the Robert Johnson House for a weekend trip to Annapolis. The hotel was well located, and pretty nice. Overall, I liked the hotel. If I'm ever going to stay overnight in Annapolis again, I'll likely stay in one of the Historic Inns again. The cable didn't get a good signal, though. After a day of walking, I wanted to relax and watch TV, but the picture and sound kept cutting out. Luckily I can watch Netflix in my phone.
Everything. Downtown is amazing. Favorite place to go. Go 3 or 4 times a year. Nothing.
Best location! Young girl who checked us in was rude. She did not make us feel welcomed at all. I felt like I was on an assembly line when she went through her check-in speech. We stayed at the Maryland Inn. It has potential but when we walked in our room it felt like a dorm room. Just a bed and a dresser TV, and window AC unit. There was no artwork on the walls. Also, they must be renovating because when we got back for the evening the entire lobby and second floor smelled of oil based paint
They provided cookies, hot cider and hot chocolate in the lobby for guests the first night I stayed, which was a nice surprise. The location was incredible to walk around the city and to the Naval Academy. The closest parking was several blocks away, and with old brick sidewalks I couldn't roll my suitcase. I had to carry it. Plus, there weren't the cookies and cider the second night. I'm not sure why and I was kind of looking forward to them after the first night. The room and bathroom were very tiny, too much of the room was taken up by furniture. I had to turn sideways to get past the bed and dresser to get to the bathroom. Also, the pillows weren't comfortable at all, they were too soft.
The room was beautifully decorated and comfortable Our sink repeatedly expelled gas and grime from the drain. We were in Room 318 of the Maryland Inn. It is a triangle, with the bathroom at the top point, and busy streets on two of the sides of the main room. The street noise was very loud from both sides which made it hard to relax or sleep. It took us 45 minutes to get our car from valet parking the first morning we were there.
Loved the location! Our door was old and kept sticking so we had to shoulder the thing open. Confusing were to park or the whole valet system. No breakfast at the marlyland inn.
Convenient location, lovely decor, comfortable beds. Walls are thin; at 1am I had to turn on the A/C to muffle the noise from others. Couldn't find any staff when attempting to check out.
privacy...historic...very well run & would stay with them again what brings my rating down is their restaurant, "The Treat of Paris". it is a poor, poor restaurant that represents itself as historic/romantic fine dining when the food was half rate at best. service tried, but it seemed their was a lack of management to oversee it (basic service, issues with food temps, food coming out cold). it's areal Shane that such an established institution as this restaurant has been badly managed to the point of just surviving on its laurels..even the locals tried to warm me that these days it's a tourist trap