Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore

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The gleaming, waterfront glass tower of the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore offers happy respite to tourists who have spent the day exploring Inner Harbor and the neighborhood’s upscale eateries and shops.

A selection of museum-quality artwork can be found in the hotel lobby, and the floor to ceiling windows in the guest rooms provide some of the best harbour and city views in the area. The hotel is a stand-alone destination.

The gleaming, waterfront glass tower of the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore offers happy respite to tourists who have spent the day exploring Inner Harbor and the neighborhood’s upscale eateries and shops.

A selection of museum-quality artwork can be found in the hotel lobby, and the floor to ceiling windows in the guest rooms provide some of the best harbour and city views in the area. The hotel is a stand-alone destination.

The fourth floor of the hotel is home to a posh spa (don’t miss the submerged Jacuzzi loungers) and a cutting-edge fitness centre that is open 24/7. The Splash Terrace, which features the only waterfront infinity pool, a hot tub, a wading pool, and private cabanas in the city, is accessible through a passageway that connects the spa and the gym.

The luxurious, 256-room waterfront hotel is everything you’d expect from a Four Seasons establishment, from the faultless service to the opulent interiors. With soaking tubs, floor to ceiling windows, high-tech amenities, and, in most cases, harbour views, the rooms are spacious and elegant.

The property has a resort-like feel because of its huge spa and gorgeous rooftop pool deck. Although it is the most luxurious option in Baltimore, some guests might find the interior design of the rooms to be a little too plain for a hotel of this calibre.

Our Inspector’s Highlights

The neighbourhood where the hotel is situated, Harbor East, is expanding as well and has a lot of hip restaurants, shops, and brand-new apartment buildings.

The Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore’s concierges are knowledgeable. The knowledgeable staff will pay attention to your needs and offer genuinely thoughtful ways for you to explore Baltimore and its surroundings, whether you’re looking for a traditional crab shack or a family-friendly afternoon adventure.
Excellent poolside service is available at the hotel’s infinity pool on the hotel’s fourth-floor terrace. The staff will automatically bring you glasses of water as well as treats like frozen grapes to keep you hydrated on Baltimore’s hot summer days, in addition to standard amenities like chair set-up assistance and towels.

Things to Know

Most of the city’s top attractions, including the National Aquarium, the USS Constellation, and the Maryland Science Center, are accessible on foot, so if you’re visiting Baltimore from out of town, you won’t need to rent a car.
Make sure to schedule a sauna session.

Take advantage of the “heat experiences” in the locker room, which include a roomy sauna, bubbling vitality pool with metal beds, and a gorgeous mosaic tiled steam room with ceiling lights that change colours every few seconds, if you don’t have time for the salt scrub and oil massage.

If you intend to eat at the art deco-inspired The Bygone, keep in mind the dress code. Men must dress in workout gear and a collared shirt.

The Rooms

A king-size bed covered in white dobby sheets and topped with a tan leather headboard is featured in each bedroom, along with a large armchair where you can relax and take in the views from the floor to ceiling windows.

A dark wood writing desk and a cream-colored ergonomic desk chair ensure that you can finish all of the work you brought with you, and a dark wood console holds the Samsung television and DVD/Blu-Ray player and offers storage space.

You have plenty of room to dress in the small foyer in front of the large wooden closet, and the hallway and bedroom are separated by a cleverly designed bar unit where you can mix cocktails or make yourself a cup of coffee using the Nespresso machine that is provided in your room.

A dark wood accent wall brings earth tones into the otherwise neutral room, and framed pictures in the hallway, behind the light yellow armchair, and in the water closet add whimsy and colour.

The Restaurants

On the hotel’s 29th floor, The Bygone pays homage to the Roaring Twenties with a vintage menu of snacks and cocktails and views of the Inner Harbor. Classic dishes from the past include beef Wellington, orange-glazed duck, and creamy lobster Thermidor for two.

The Bygone offers a lavish brunch buffet on Sundays that includes everything from delectable classics like quiche Lorraine and a prime rib carving station to fresh breakfast pastries.

Old Bay seasoning serves as the bold Maryland theme at Splash Pool Bar & Grill. Favorites include the Old Bay-infused potato chip bucket, homemade Angus burgers that are juicy and freshly grilled, and rockfish tacos with Old Bay aioli.

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