Batimore Marriott Waterfront

Baltimore Marriott Waterfront View

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Staying at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront for a couple nights this week. This is my first stay here, I’m pleased I was able to find a city view King room rate within the project budget.
 
I arrived late last night, as I make the drive from CT to Maryland for this project – it’s just easier than flying. I’ve read other good reviews about the property for Ambassador members – this is my last stay as Titanium, I’ll hit the spend threshold Monday night at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay 
 
Check in went great at the front desk, the FDA explained the property well, and handed me my keys. As this is a quick 2 night stay, I wasn’t thinking or asking about upgrades. To my surprise when I went to the elevator to punch up floor 32, I noticed it was the top floor, and then into my room – finding a fantastic view of the 4 Seasons, the Inner Harbor, the Ritz-Carlton Residences and more. I’m not sure there is a room with a bad view in this floor, and mine is no exception.
 
Breakfast in the club was good this morning, evening snacks tonight are a nice dinner appetizer. I found the bed to be very comfortable, water pressure and temp in the shower good as well. The room has an old dial thermostat and the room is cool.
 
The room has a small fridge, coffee maker and drawer safe. There aren’t many other drawers, but the closet does offer a lot of hanging space. I find this minimal drawer design at many remodeled properties. The remodel here was recent and is nice, pretty standard “new” Marriott. I can place the furniture in other Marriott’s and mid-market brands – it’s not a bad thing, they’re nice pieces, but unique property style is going to the wayside in favor of mass produced, brand specific standards that to some, can be bland.
 
I wasn’t aware that self parking was public garage parking – which means no in/out – so Valet it is, but aside from that no other complaints. If I can continue to find rates within the project budget, I’ll be sure to come back.
 

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