If you’re planning a trip to Baltimore, there’s no place better to stay than Historic Fell’s Point. You’ve got plenty of options, but these are by far your best bets:
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Make yourself at home in this historic, award-winning 3-Bed, 3-Bath property. Featuring a waterfront balcony overlooking Broadway Pier, interior courtyard garden, and amenities galore- this luxury home perfectly balances social space and privacy in the heart of the action. (WaterfrontGem.com)
The 1914-built “Rec Pier” has served many roles over the years, but in 2017 was restored and re-opened as a 128-room boutique hotel. Owned in part by Under Armour Founder Kevin Plank’s “Sagamore” brand and operated in partnership with the “Pendry” hotel brand, this lavishly designed property pays tribute to its industrial and maritime roots while incorporating amazing modern amenities such as the waterfront pool. (PendryHotels.com)
Originally built in 1900 as “The Anchorage”, this former Christian boarding house grew to encompass 7-adjoining buildings, became a Seamen’s YMCA, and enjoyed a stint as a Vinegar bottling factory before being renovated as the Admiral Fell Inn in 1985.
The Admiral Fell Inn occupies a beautiful corner where Broadway Square meets Thames Street at the foot of Fell’s Point. (AdmiralFell.com)
Just one block from all the hustle and bustle, The Inn at Henderon’s Wharf enjoys a breezy waterfront location at the end of a quiet residential side street. The guest rooms are on the 1st floor of this former tobacco factory with permanent residences located on floors 2 to 6. (HendersonsWharf.com)
Although a new Baltimore City law has greatly restricted who may offer short-term rentals in Fell’s Point, there are still lots of legally operating options. Airbnb is a great solution for folks traveling in groups or who want more of a vacation home or permanent home feel to their stay. (Airbnb.com)
Your best bets for staying in Fell’s Point are above, but if you’re happy to venture outside the core of Fell’s Point you’ll find several other options. Most of them are in Harbor East, the modern and chic neighborhood to the west filled with skyscrapers, office buildings, upscale shops, and (you guessed it) … hotels!