Historic Inns Of Annapolis Hotel
Reviews - Historic Inns Of Annapolis Hotel
- Age Group: 51 - 60
- From: United States
- Traveller type: Mature Couple
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What a Jokefrom weekends
Flag House and The Inn at 30 Maryland look beautiful.
Be Carefulfrom RuckN
When we arrived, we were assigned a room in the Maryland Inn which is located at the top of Main Street right on Church Circle. This is a very nice location. The check in desk is at the The Governor Calvert House on State Circle which is also where the Robert Johnson House is located. We were efficiently transported to the Maryland Inn. Do not under any circumstances allow them to house you in this building, particularly for the prices that they charge. A fair fee for the room would be in the $50.00 range and then only for the location. The room was poorly decorated with "antiques" that appeared to be cheap reproductions made in the 1950's. We encountered pealing paint in the room, mildew in the bath tub, a cracked window, an uncovered electrical outlet and plenty of dirt. We had arrived late in the day and went to an early dinner.
The next morning I called and complained about the quality of the room. We were moved that day to the Governor Calvert House. We were placed in room 412. That room and 410 share a balcony that overlooks State Circle and the Maryland State Capital building. These are probably the two best rooms on the property. The room was clean and nicely decorated and the State Circle location was equally close to downtown.
I would give the Governor Calvert House a 3-4 rating. I do not have any idea what the accommodations are like in the Robert Johnson House. If you plan of staying in Annapolis, I would be very careful about the Historic Inns as you don't know what you will get.
We appreciate historic buildings but...situated between two oneway streets, the windows are allowing ALL the street noise to come in the room, sleeping on the sidewalk could not of been noiser. Carpets were dirty and stained. Picture is attached. The wingback chair covered in fabric, had both its arms worn and ripped, picture also attached. The soap dish in the small bath had caked soap built up on it from the last month or longer, we were afraid to place our soap on it.
I dont know where the problem is on running this hotel. The staff was nice and considerate, the issues are dirty rooms and not replacing items that need replaced when they are worn...poor management somewhere up the chain.
We had reservations for 5 nights but ended up moving in 3 days as soon as we could get reservations at another hotel. The Historic Inns have three different buildings in seperate locations in Annapolis, I have no idea what the other 2 are like, but would be very leary to rent any of their rooms, with the conditions we were given in ours.
Definitely stay awayfrom mmbland
I loved the Historic Inns of Annapolis, What a delight!from A TripAdvisor Member
Terrible Location for a Conferencefrom A TripAdvisor Member
t Botherfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Highly Disappointedfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Filthy Bathroomsfrom A TripAdvisor Member
s about all...from A TripAdvisor Member
Suggest staying @ Loews hotel, and taking a cab or free shuttle to historic area.
Top Local Tips for Annapolis
Enjoys dinner & drinks next door at Harry Browne's Great downstairs and outside fine dining at Harry Browne's. The upstairs bar is an excellent location for the those over 40, not into the younger bar/band scene downtown!
Best bets for dinner in Annapolis Two restaurants in Annapolis I'd highly recommend: O'Leary's (in Eastport). Best seafood in area. Take the water taxi from Annapolis Dock (walkable, but water taxi is fun). Maria's...great Itallian food. I've eaten at both several times, never disappointed.
Breakfast and the Pledge of Allegiance We asked for a breakfast recommendation and our hotel staff directed us to a little diner on the main street of Annapolis called 'Chick and Ruths'. It was everything you'd want of a diner in terms of great breakfast food with a vast assortment of options. But, the fun thing about it was that at 8:30 AM, all the diners are asked to stand and recite the 'pledge of allegiance'. (You never do forget it.) Just a fun highlight that gets you the right start for a day spent in a military town.
Other names for Historic Inns Of Annapolis Hotel
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- historic hotel annapolis
- annapolis historic hotel
- Address: 58 State Circle - Annapolis - Maryland - 21401 - United States
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