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|Distance to city centre||1,2 km|
|Distance to airport||13,2 km|
|"Cleanliness, luxury restaurants and location"||(in 11 reviews)|
|"Great hotel with an exceptional staff."||(in 16 reviews)|
|"Great staff and location."||(in 35 reviews)|
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|breakfast was excellent||in 10 reviews|
|couples weekend||in 2 reviews|
|great hotel||in 23 reviews|
|great location||in 19 reviews|
|great view||in 18 reviews|
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|room was so clean||in 34 reviews|
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|staff and location||in 44 reviews|
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Great, fantastic location with stunning water views. TV screen on the bathroom mirror!!!!!
All was the best. Loved everything.
Everything, dinner was fabulous
Amazing room and view of the harbour
The pool was closed for the season however this was not advertised clearly during the booking process
There were a few things that I was disappointed about given the reputation of the establishment along with the price...I paid roughly 1,300 for a room with a king sized bed and balcony with city view for 2 nights...the staff was great and the spa was relaxing but there were a few things that I felt were not acceptable from a Four Seasons...before walking into the room I noticed the wall paper was coming off the wall....after entering the room I noticed some of the furniture was chipped and in the bathroom some of the light fixtures were coming out of the wall...i also hard a difficult time accessing my ironing board because the closet would not open...in an attempt to open the closet I nearly cut my hand on an exposed nail that was sticking out of the broken mirror on the inside of the closet
I thought I booked a Room with a view and I didn't have the view I expected. I did have a view but of another building
I was unable to check in and until 330 when I was told 3 is a normal Check in
Branded as a sophisticated urban retreat on the waterfront, The Four Seasons Baltimore Hotel is a must-visit for the refined traveler. Featuring a 5-star spa and rooftop pools, it’s an amazing location to explore the East Harbor by foot and tour the myriad of popular restaurants and landmarks along the waters edge.
Opened in 2011, The Four Seasons Baltimore hosts 256 rooms including 45 suites. Rooms average 500-580 square feet and feature the standard luxury amenities like down bedding, flat screen TVs, and mini bar as well as marble bathrooms with soaking tubs and bathrobes, and floor to ceiling windows for harbor views. Suites are over 1,000 square feet and feature furnished balconies and home theater systems. For meetings and weddings, there’s over 20,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space. The largest is the Grand Ballroom which features harbor views and can host over 400 people.
On the Splash Terrace guests can enjoy three rooftop pools, champagne service at private cabanas, and a poolside restaurant. Other dining options include panoramic views of the waterfront from The Bygone, a 1920’s themed restaurant perched on the 29th floor of the building and 24 hour in-room service.
The main attraction inside the hotel is the 5-star spa where guests will find services ranging from full-body wraps to energy workshops. In addition to reserved treatments, the spa offers complimentary access to relaxations rooms, a Finnish sauna, and an aromatherapy steam room. The hotel also boasts the largest hotel art collection in the city and features artists from the Washington Color School. Added to the list of luxury service offerings are helicopter tours, luxury yacht charters, fitness facilities, pet sitting, same day laundry service, and car service for locations within 3 miles of the hotel.
With incredible views, services, and amenities, the Four Seasons Baltimore is a top destination for luxury travelers who are looking for an all-inclusive hotel to explore the hottest neighborhood of downtown Baltimore.
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- Nice building
- Friendly atmosphere
- Great view
- Wonderful sightseeing
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FAQs when booking at Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore
Does the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore offer a Sunday brunch for guests?
Guests of this exclusive hotel can enjoy a scrumptious Sunday brunch buffet every week from 11:00 am to 2:30 pm. Served in the Bygone restaurant, the brunch buffet features both hot and cold delicacies, including pastries, bagels, and smoked salmon alongside an omelet or pasta station. Adult guests can also enjoy mimosas, Bellinis, or Bloody Mary’s with their Sunday brunch.
Can kids enjoy any specials at the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore?
When staying at the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore with children, they can enjoy in-room amenities like popcorn when watching a movie. The hotel also offers a Passport Program, which is like a scavenger hunt all around the hotel, and children can enjoy prizes when they explore every corner of this luxurious establishment. At the concierge’s desk, you can also get suggestions on top things to do with children in Baltimore, which can also be tailored to your individual needs. For a well-rounded family experience, guests can also consider the Family Getaway Package with unlimited in-room children’s movies and complimentary valet parking for the night.
Does the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore provide anything for pets?
Guests can bring a dog or cat weighing under 25 lb to the pet-friendly rooms of the hotel. This hotel does not apply extra charges when bringing your pet. For your dog’s or cat’s convenience, a cushy bed and water as well as a food bowl are provided for the stay.
Does the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore offer any specials for honeymooners?
Honeymooners or couples can indulge in a unique and romantic getaway with the Night Spa Experience. The package grants late-night access to the spa area for a refreshing couple’s massage, ensued by a Rose Petal Bath in a private area. To round the night off, an exclusive 3-course gourmet dinner for two is served in the VIP spa suite terrace under the stars.
Does the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore spa also offer themed signature treatments?
Guests can choose a broad variety of treatments from the extensive spa menu, but the hotel’s favorites are the Four Seasons Signature Treatment and the Harbor Scrub, which combines various treatments in one. Pampered from head to toe, this package starts with an invigorating scrub, ensued by a full-body massage, and finished off with a scalp massage to relief tensions and headaches.
What kind of food is served in The Bygone restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore?
In line with the 5-star service this hotel provides, the cuisine served in the hotel’s restaurant is haute cuisine through and through: From freshly prepared seafood to high-quality caviar, the menu has a broad variety of delicate food. If seafood is not your main hook, farm-inspired dishes like prime Beef Wellington or Half Amish Chicken give great sustenance to enjoy the restaurant’s broad cocktail menu and are equally enjoyable.
How much does parking cost at the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore?
For guests’ convenience, valet parking is part of the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore services. Guests can leave their car in the staff’s capable hands and rest assured that it is safely stowed away in the private parking lot. For these services, the hotel charges approximately $45 per day and vehicle. Electric car charging stations are also available. (Prices checked 17/06/19).
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Most popular landmarks
- American Visionary Art Museum 0,5 km
- National Aquarium Baltimore 0,6 km
- Jewish Museum of Maryland 0,8 km
- Maryland Science Center 0,9 km
- Harborplace 0,9 km
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