Historic Inns of Annapolis

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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 2

Would Not Stay Here Again

Jan 25th, 2020

I rarely write online reviews, but felt the need to do so in this instance, This review is not being written in a mean-spirited way, but honestly so others can see the experience that I had prior to booking here. The room was clean, but in need of repair. This morning, as I stepped into the bathroom, a large tile came loose from the floor, almost causing me to trip. The electrical outlets on the desk and end tables worked sometime and sometime not. The coffee maker didn’t work. The iron had a broken electrical cord and was very difficult to use. Room service did not replenish full suite of towels, water, etc.; each day they forgot to replace some item. One day, room service was still cleaning adjacent rooms and the hallway at 5pm, which resulted in doors being loudly slammed repeatedly by the service staff, to the point myself and others were peeking out of their room doors to see what was going on. Of special note, the WiFi connection is poor and reminded me of the old dial-up days of the late 1990’s. A friend in another room and I finally gave up trying to get any work emails done on our computers, due to the poor and extremely slow connection. Worst WiFi connection I’ve ever had in any hotel...ever. Perhaps my experience was unique, but it was subpar and I’d not stay here again. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Excellent room in historic setting

Jan 7th, 2020

Colonial atmosphere. The room and bed were very comfortable with modern, updated amenities. Conference facilities were excellent for a workshop. Walking distance to the Naval Academy and numerous restaurants. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Quaint, Cozy, Excellent Value & a Little Bit Haunted!

Dec 31st, 2019

My husband & I stayed at the Governor Calvert House the Saturday after Christmas for a short weekend getaway. The Historic Inns of Annapolis was the perfect place to stay! We upgraded our room to a historic king- a decision with which we were thrilled. The room was large and exquisitely appointed. There were two sinks and a bathroom area that was separated from the bedroom section offering privacy. There was a non-working fireplace and windows that looked out into town- also adding to the charm of the room. The location of the Inns, 3 in all, are right in the middle of downtown- ideal for shopping, dining and visiting the Naval Academy. We dinned at Harry Brown's which we would also highly recommend! The staff at the Gov. Calvert House was accommodating and pleasant and we had no issues with the valet parking as expressed in other reviews. However, at some point between 2:30-3:00AM, I was warm and took off the covers. At that point, someone/something touched me. I couldn't see anyone, but I was absolutely touched. Needless to say, I was a little freaked out! I asked the front desk the next morning if the building was haunted to which they replied no. I do disagree! Something was in our room- and the touch didn't come from my husband! It wasn't scary, oddly enough. It was more like an unwanted touch from a stranger. I'd be curious to know if other guests experienced anything similar. It certainly wasn't an experience that would prevent me from returning. It's a quaint hotel rich in charm and history! And the value can't be beat. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Great Locations and Staff, but...

Dec 21st, 2019

We stayed at Annapolis for the second weekend of December. Every year, on this weekend, there is a boat regatta with Christmas lights. So the only down part is there should be an update to their website and full information provided for the rooms. The website mentions Treaty of Paris reastaurant on location. This restaurant is closed. We stayed in room 1318 located on the third floor at the point of the building. These rooms and bathrooms at the point are significantly smaller compared to the rooms at the sides of the building. Not a big deal for us, but, it could be for anyone who needs a little extra room. It advise tourists the size of the rooms at the point of the building and offer a lower price for these rooms. We are from the Philadelphia area and we enjoy all things pertainting to the history. The Maryland Inn and Governor Calvert House are beautiful and have so much history to appreciate. The third building is the Johnson House. We did not check the interior of this hotel. All three are located near State Circle. A great location to walk to the main attractions. The staff was excellent. The front desk and the valet service. This continued with the Maryland Inn cleaning staff and maintenance. We did not need any maintenance. But, they were friendly and informative for advice on the area. Overall. I highly recommend this hotel. It will be helpful to make sure to know exactly what the room offers and current status of the extras compared to the website information. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Lovely stay

Dec 12th, 2019

Stayed at the Maryland Inn property and it was beautifully decorated and close to everything. Loved the porch seating area, which was actually warm enough to use. Wish there was a continental breakfast offered but there are plenty of close options for food. The little pub downstairs was lovely and the bartender was wonderful. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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