Days Inn Inner Harbor Hotel

, Baltimore, United States
Review this Hotel
Popular Travel Destinations

Recently Reviewed Hotels Around Baltimore

Days Inn Inner Harbor Hotel

, Baltimore
2 star

Rooms: 250

100 Hopkins Place - Baltimore - Maryland - 21201 - United States Hotel Website | 410 576 1000
272 Traveller

Reviews - Days Inn Inner Harbor Hotel

7/10
Conveniently located
Submitted by: Paula Cordle in 06/06/05
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
Hotel was conveniently located to events we had scheduled but our rooms had a mildew smell and we had problems with the room temperature which the a/c unit didn't fix.
8/10
What we needed
Submitted by: Nicolas Giordano in 06/06/05
  • Age Group: 60 +
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Relaxation Seeker
The hotel and the staff were more than acceptable for what we needed, and asked for....the only complaint was, it was not as close to the Harbor as we thought by the information given. Quite a walk for old folks.
10/10
Absolutely perfect
Submitted by: Frank Grizzard in 09/05/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
It was an absolutely wonderful hotel experience -- the staff courteous and helpful, the room spacious and clean, and the location perfect for the Harbor area. I'd definitely stay there again.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Days Inn Inner Harbor Hotel

Good value, clean and comfortable.

from LC_from_NJ
Although the rooms are on the small side, this hotel was clean and comfortable. It was a short walk (5-10 minutes) to the waterfront at the Inner Harbor. The staff was courteous. It was the least expensive hotel I could find in the inner harbor and it suited our purposes nicely. My husband and two sons spent two nights at the hotel and we have no complaints.

If you're looking for something with larger rooms or more modern baths or a nicer view, this hotel is not for you. If you're looking for something clean and comfortable in which to sleep and shower, this was perfectly fine.

Great for visits to Kennedy Kreiger Campus Locations

from A TripAdvisor Member
First time to Baltimore, Maryland and it wasnt a vacation trip. I have a son who has autism, he was having extensive testing done at KKI Fairmount Campus so we decided to stay overnite at Days Inn (which was the closest hotel to his testing location) We arrived a little early, we were allowed to check-in, service was very polite, room was very clean and we even had room service knock to ask us if the room needed a touch-up! Even though it was in the heart of downtown and our room was on the first floor.. noise was very little. It was very important for my son to get a good nights rest and that he did. The one and only reason why I checked above average and not excellent is even though they had information on "tourist" stuff I thought they could have provided better information on local eatery within walking distance and no information on what floors vending/ice machines were to be found. I was surprised for such a tourist driven area that Baltimore is known for.. the lack of food chains was very surprising to me. Near our hotel.. I could only find a Subway and that was walking a block over then two blocks up. With a child who has special needs and very picky about food.. this type of info. is very important to us. I would stay at Days Inn again!

yuck

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed at the Days Inn for the baltimore marathon. Beware if you book through expedia or services like that because you may get stuck on the smoking floor even though you request a non-smoking room. The ninth floor was horrible. The floors were stained and it stunk. I heard several people complain saying the booked a non-smoking room and got stuck on the ninth floor. Not worth the 169 dollars. I should have paid more to stay at a nicer hotel.

Stinky and Dirty

from A TripAdvisor Member
Upon entering our room, we were greeted with an overwhelming stench of mold and mildew. Then we discovered that there was only one small full-sized bed in the room. Finally, when we tried to shower the next morning, we discovered that the shower's water temperature varied from cool to blistering hot on it's own whim thoughout both of our showers. And, just to make this a lasting memory, we were charged over $200 for the opportunity to stay in this stinky, filthy hotel room. Please, stay somewhere else!!!

Best Days inn I ever stayed in!.

from Amishcowboy
Great location near Camden Yards, Not right on the harbor, but not far either. Nice Clean room. Nicest Days inn I was ever in. Good value compared to other Inner Harbor Hotels!.

Friendly staff, great location!

from A TripAdvisor Member
My family and I stayed at the Days Inn for two nights in July 2005. The hotel was booked solid. The staff were very friendly and accomodating. Rooms are a bit small and so is the pool. Great location, walking distance to Inner Harbor and Camden Yards. Great choice for a short stay!

hotel was good but

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at this hotel to see a game at Camden yards.
The location was great, the hotel clean, room was small but clean.
During the night someone tried to enter our room. It scared my son and daughter because they were using the key. I called the front desk and told them. No one came up and my husband yelled and they left. The next morning I went to the desk and asked why they did not respond. The answer I received was that they were probably busy. At 2 A.M.?,

Handicapped, I Think Not

from A TripAdvisor Member
For $150 plus taxes, $15 per night parking fee, I would expect better accomodations in midweek May. A handicap room was requested. It was several rooms, yards, from the elevator, had a double sized, they claimed queen sized, bed. It had a regular tub with handrails. The handrails were separated and didn't look safe even if a wheelchair bound individual could have gotten into the REGULAR tub, shower. The bathroom did have an elevated toilet and the door to the room did have a lowered peephole to the hallway, But handicapped room, I think not. In all fairness, most chain hotels have similar handicap accomodations, but do have at least one REAL queen sized bed and usually two. It would be great if hotels would consider locating handicap rooms closer to elevators or entrances and installing truly handicap bathing facilities, i.e. roll in showers.

Location and staff are the only pros

from littlemira
I stayed at the Days Inn Inner Harbor for a conference at the convention center last week. First, the pros: The location was excellent for this purpose. And the staff was very courteous and responsive. The food at the restaurant was good, but they were out of all things crab the night I ate there (a no-no in Baltimore!)
The cons: The room was small, the beds were mushy, and the heating/AC unit had a weird perfumy smell when its fan was turned on. The tiny bathroom was pretty rickety, including a tricky toilet that ran until the handle was jiggled a few time. One morning during my stay, there was no hot water. A few calls to the front desk yielded promises of "working on it." I checked the hotel TV channel, which would have been a perfect location to post more information, but there was nothing there but the standard greeting. Found out the next day that it was a line break and not their fault, but they really dropped the ball in disseminating this information. To their credit, they issued a credit at check-out time.
Overall - 2 dots for the facility and 4 dots for the staff and location to give an average 3 dot review.

Not on the Harbor

from LesleyS
This hotel was Ok - I expected it to overlook the Inner Harbor but it was a good 4 long blocks away - we got terribly lost trying to get to McCormick & Schmidts Restaurant - the Inner Harbor is pretty big so make sure you know where you're going. The parking was $12 a night which we were told we could pay in machine so we wouldn't have to bother next morning but since there was "an event" we were charged another $12 till we called an attendant over to complain - better to pay at the front desk.

Top Local Tips for Baltimore

Days Inn Chain About 15min North of Baltimore, there is a hotel called the Days Hotel Timonium. I think it has much better quality and value. While it isn't as close to downtown, it is definitely worth it!

National Aquarium This is worth the price. The Australia exhibit and the frog exhibit where delightful. It is a well organized aquarium and very entertaining for kids and adults alike.

You can get around without a car The light rail system stops at Camden Yards. Amtrak is less than 15 minutes away by cab. If you use the light rail to get to Penn Station, check the hours of operation. Service starts at 8am on weekends, and you have to change trains. And definitely buy the day pass if you plan to go around town.

(hotels)loading

Other names for Days Inn Inner Harbor Hotel

  • days inn inner harbor baltimore
  • days inn baltimore
  • baltimore days inn
  • Address: 100 Hopkins Place - Baltimore - Maryland - 21201 - United States
Travel Library Traveller Rating?
9.0/10

See All 272 reviews

"Conveniently located" - Paula Cordle

"What we needed" - Nicolas Giordano

"Absolutely perfect" - Frank Grizzard

Review this Hotel
Candid Traveller Photos
  •  Loading Image...
  •  Loading Image...
  •  Loading Image...
  •  Loading Image...
(hotels)loading

Hotels Near Days Inn Inner Harbor Hotel