Located in one of the city's most historic neighborhoods, the Mt. Vernon Baltimore, a Joie de Vivre Hotel puts you near a wide array of museums, shops and restaurants. The 14-story Mt. Vernon Baltimore's Renaissance Revival façade, dating from the 1920s, is just a hint of the grandeur inside. Step through the front doors and you're in a lobby with 25-foot ceilings illuminated by a huge crystal chandelier. A grand staircase sweeps up to the second level, where you'll find a restaurant and bar with the feel of a private club. The 104 rooms have traditional decor that hints at the hotel's history, but up-to-date amenities include flat-panel TVs and free Wi-Fi access. A complimentary newspaper is delivered to your door each morning. The bathrooms, with marble walls, have pampering touches like towel warmers, massaging showerheads and soaps and lotions you might find in a salon. A fitness center with cardio equipment means there's no excuse to skip your workout. The hotel is in the Mount Pleasant cultural district, a five-minute drive from the Inner Harbor and its attractions. The city's finest art museums are within easy walking distance; for example, the world-famous Walters Art Museum is just around the corner. The hotel faces Baltimore's Washington Monument, and many dining and nightlife options are nearby. The hotel is 10 miles from Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport, accessible by car or light-rail. Amtrak's Penn Station is less than a mile north. In a quaint neighborhood, the Mt. Vernon Baltimore is removed from the noise and traffic of downtown, but all the attractions are a short distance away.
Historic hotel located in the Mt Vernon Cultural District of Baltimore. Walking distance to the Walters Art Museum.
Dogs up to 40 pounds are allowed. Dogs are allowed for a pet fee of $50.00 per pet per stay. Two dogs are allowed per room.
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