|"Beautifully designed rooms AND very comfortable."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Amazing hotel second to none."||(in 24 reviews)|
|"Amazing room, amazing staff and service!"||(in 25 reviews)|
|"Very expensive Valet parking."||(in 7 reviews)|
|"Room service trays from breakfasts left I halls not picked up."||(in 2 reviews)|
The views were great despite it being cold and grey outside. The restaurant was beautiful. Though we only had drinks at the bar, I would have eaten there if we had more time. It was refreshing to stay in a hotel that has a great window with beautiful street views and lots of light. The rooms were just right for two of us. I really liked the couch on the end of the bed as a nice touch for hanging out at the end of the evening.
Honestly not much. We stayed in the courtyard view rooms on the second floor and the only downside is that you really need to keep the blackout blinds drawn almost all the time or else you are looking into someone else's eyes.
Poised in the 1914 property on Recreation Pier, Sagamore Pendry Baltimore embodies the city’s vibrant personality, rich history, and idyllic harbor setting. Still rooted in tradition, the pier’s extensive renovation honors the history of the property and has restored it to its former glory, but with a modern-day sensibility and aesthetic.
Each of the hotel’s 128 guest rooms and suites was designed with an eye for Baltimore’s heritage and a modern, sophisticated perspective. Every room features a mixed palette of warm wood and cool stone, custom textiles and furnishings, curated artwork, and courtyard or harbor views. Amenities include luxury bedding, Bluetooth speakers, custom bath products, complimentary Wi-Fi, and 24-hour room service.
Fine dining and drinks on the premises are a treat at Rec Pier Chop House and The Cannon Room. Rec Pier Chop House is devoted to time-honored Italian cooking with prime cuts, seasonal ingredients, purebred beef, sustainable seafood, and housemade pastas. The Cannon Room, an American whiskey bar, takes its name from the cannons that lived beneath Rec Pier for centuries. The space houses an intimate bar with a carefully curated menu of rye, bourbon, and premium whiskey. Guests may also access The Pool, featuring a poolside outdoor seasonal bar and grill for lounging, dining, and cocktails set on the Inner Harbor.
Sagamore Pendry Baltimore offers the perfect setting for meetings and events with a beautiful, historic backdrop, a prime location, stunning views of Inner Harbor, customizable event spaces, and an events team that is there to ensure that each event, is treated with the utmost care.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
For a room that is comfortable yet stylish, book one of the Superior Courtyard King Rooms, as they contain beautiful marble bathrooms, floor to ceiling windows, and plush leather couches. If you would prefer a more spacious option, there is the Premier Harbor King Room, which has its own private balcony, hardwood floors, and the ability to sleep up to three people. The Deluxe Harbor King Room is a convenient option for business travelers, as it has both a separate sitting and work area.
To nourish your body and lightly exfoliate your skin, book the Restore Himalayan Salt Stone, a service that costs between $115 and $150 and is also known to reduce tension, pain, and inflammation. If you are an active athlete, opt for the Sports Massage, which will remove fatigue and swelling from your muscles and allow you to perform at your best. For those that would like to clean their pores and have glowing skin, there is the Custom Signature Facial for $105, and it can be adapted to fit your needs.
When staying at the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore, consider purchasing an additional package in order to get the most out of your vacation. The Bed and Breakfast package is a common choice that will provide you with free breakfast for two and valet parking, while the Fell in Love package includes a dozen roses, a bottle of champagne, $100 worth of credit for the spa, and $60 worth of credit for breakfast. To try some of the hotel’s bars and restaurants, reserve the Sagamore Experience package, which includes credit for on-site restaurants and a whiskey tasting.
During your stay at the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore, consider using public transportation to navigate the city, as it is both affordable and efficient. The hotel is conveniently located near several stations, including the Maritime Park - EB bus stop, which is a 5m walk away and for the Green Line. There is also the Fleet Street and Wolf Street - EB bus stop that is less than a 10m walk away, and it can be used to catch the CityLink GOLD line.
The quickest way to go from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport to the Sagamore Pendry Baltimore is by car, as the drive is only 20 to 25m depending on the time of day. If you decide that you would like to use a ridesharing service, a one-way Lyft trip will cost you approximately $20 to $25. To travel on a budget, use public transportation, such as the local bus. This will take between 45 to 50m and a ticket will cost $1.70 per person. (Prices checked 13/06/19).
Sagamore Pendry Baltimore is located at 1715 Thames Street in Fells Point, 1.2 miles from the centre of Baltimore. Fells Point Historic Area is the closest landmark to Sagamore Pendry Baltimore.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Sagamore Pendry Baltimore.
Yes, Sagamore Pendry Baltimore offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Sagamore Pendry Baltimore does not offer free parking.
No, Sagamore Pendry Baltimore does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Sagamore Pendry Baltimore is 8.4 miles from Baltimore/Washington.
Yes, Sagamore Pendry Baltimore is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Sagamore Pendry Baltimore has a pool on-site.