The Lord Baltimore Hotel, the iconic grand dame of Baltimore, has been brought back to its full grandeur and glory. Rubell Hotels has reimagined this classic landmark for a new generation of travelers.
The Lord Baltimore was originally built in 1928 by architect William Lee Stoddart. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was visited by Martin Luther King, Jr. among a host of other historic luminaries. It is a 23-story, 440-room property in the heart of downtown Baltimore, Maryland with 20,000 square-feet of ballroom and meeting space and the historic Calvert Ballroom, which has hosted over 80 years of Baltimore society events.
Lord Baltimore Hotel offers guests close access to Baltimore’s world-class museums, art, hospitals, and universities, as well as an array of business, shopping and entertainment venues.
Location: Baltimore, MD
Distance from Airport: Baltimore-Washington Thurgood MarshalI Intl. Airport (BWI) approx. 20 mins. away
Distance from Cruise Terminal: Cruise Maryland Terminal approx. 10 mins away
Enjoy Lord Baltimore, the inner harbor hotel in the heart of downtown Baltimore’s business, dining and entertainment options.
As the original city formed around the state of “Mary’s Land,” Baltimore’s downtown environment is the product of nearly three centuries of exploration and growth. Reborn from the ashes of the Great Baltimore Fire, we are now a city of culture, entertainment, legendary personalities and monumental neighborhoods.
Spend a day of business with any of our numerous Fortune 500 companies such as Under Armor or Bank of America. Spend a lively day exploring the historic areas of Federal Hill, Fell’s Point and Mount Vernon. From the 17th century docks of Fell’s Point to the 21st-century art collection on display at the American Visionary Museum, our waterfront community is full of restaurants and boutiques, as well as fine- and casual-dining options.
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