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Biltmore Suites Hotel, Baltimore, MD

Biltmore Suites Hotel, Baltimore, MD

Hotel is in a building built in 1880 by a Baltimore merchant named Samuel G. Wyman as an investment. Still known as the Shirley House in 1984, the original architecture was preserved as is evident in the central stairway. The stairway was completely dismantled, cleaned, and reassembled on steel beams. The interior woodwork made of ash is original. The original 30 rooms were converted into 17 rooms and suites, each with its own private bath.

25-room and suite, Turn-of-the-Century Victorian hotel and is located at 205 West Madison St between Park Ave and Howard St in the Mount Vernon District of Historic Downtown, Baltimore. Within walking distance (10-12 Blocks), is the Inner Harbor and the Convention Center. The Centre St Station is located 1 block from the hotel. The Light Rail is also available from BWI Airport.

All the suites include a separate living room and sleeping room and some include a kitchenette. The living room will either have a sleeper sofa or a futon that can made into an additional bed. The Mini-Suite has a small bedroom and a studio/den, instead of a living room. Each room and suite has TV, Telephone, Private Bath, Coffee Maker, and Refrigerator.

Biltmore Suites Hotel, Baltimore MD


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