Historic Hotels of Annapolis

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58 STATE CIRCLE, Annapolis, Maryland 21401
1410-263-2641
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Wonderful

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We stayed at the Maryland House which is the cheapest of the 3 hotels. I absolutely loved it! Thel room was very cute. Decorated nicely. Bed was very comfy with many pillows and down comforter. I was a little nervous about it from reading other ...Read more
Wonderful

A traveler

Travelocity.com

We stayed at the Maryland House which is the cheapest of the 3 hotels. I absolutely loved it! Thel room was very cute. Decorated nicely. Bed was very comfy with many pillows and down comforter. I was a little nervous about it from reading other ...Read more
Historic Inns of Annapolis

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There are three buildings associated with the hotel. We stayed at the Governor Calvert house and we were extremely satifsifed with our non-smoking, two double beds room. The room and hotel itself have retained most of its historic charm, with ...Read more
Historic Inns of Annapolis

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Travelocity.com

There are three buildings associated with the hotel. We stayed at the Governor Calvert house and we were extremely satifsifed with our non-smoking, two double beds room. The room and hotel itself have retained most of its historic charm, with period ...Read more
Very nice

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Travelocity.com

Just off the main drag of Annapolis and across from the historic capital building, this is a very nice hotel. The room was comfortable and the service was excellent.


Very nice

A traveler

Travelocity.com

Just off the main drag of Annapolis and across from the historic capital building, this is a very nice hotel. The room was comfortable and the service was excellent.
Maryland Inn

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Travelocity.com

We stayed at the Maryland Inn August 14th thru August 17. Our room was way too small only room for a bed which when you walked into the room you could go two steps and then you ran into the bed. No chair, No desk, just room to walk around the bed ...Read more
Maryland Inn

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Travelocity.com

We stayed at the Maryland Inn August 14th thru August 17. Our room was way too small only room for a bed which when you walked into the room you could go two steps and then you ran into the bed. No chair, No desk, just room to walk around the bed ...Read more
Great location

A traveler

Travelocity.com

The Good Stuff - great location. Can park your car and walk to everything. We stayed in the Maryland Inn. If you love historic buildings this is a great place to stay. Steeped in history. Parking is metered on the street or you have to find a lot ...Read more
Historic Inns of Annapolis - Maryland Inn was Terrible

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Travelocity.com

My wife and I were very unhappy with our stay at the Maryland Inn, one of the three inns that make up the Historic Inns of Annapolis. The other two locations may provide a better experience, but the Maryland Inn is to be avoided. It is located on a ...Read more