Hotels in Maryland
Hotels in Maryland offer everything from upscale accommodations to charming, historic lodgings. Whatever your preference, there are numerous Maryland hotels that will be a fit.
In the Chesapeake Bay-adjacent St. Michaels area, visitors will find the Inn at Perry Cove located in a Colonial-style 1816 manse. Long considered one of the best hotels in Maryland, the Inn is surrounded by 25 acres of botanical delights. For something more familiar, check into any one of the many commercial hotels in Maryland that line the Chesapeake Bay, including the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay, a resort featuring a spa, a golf course and an active marina. For a more intimate and romantic experience, couples should consider Maryland hotels like the Five Gables Inn and Spa, which offers massages, body wraps and other services in a bed-and-breakfast setting.
In 2005, Ronald and Shelby Mitchell—a former D.C. ad exec and lawyer—discovered a deteriorating 1874 Colonial-style mansion, which they restored to the tune of $2 million.
Set on the Miles River, a private Chesapeake Bay inlet, this hotel is chockablock with homey touches, like fresh-baked cookies at turndown. The Colonial-style 1816 manor's design concept was inspired by the Commodore's cabin on the U.S.S.
Cottagey-cute, maybe too cute, but a good value in St. Michaels. Aveda spa on the premises.
Rooms may be on the small side, but this turn-of-the-20th-century row house has comfy beds with wrought-iron frames, and guests get a complimentary seat for breakfast at Chick and Ruth’s famous Delly downstairs.
Half the small but stylish rooms overlook the harbor; so does the roof deck, a great place to have breakfast.