Hotel Online 
News for the Hospitality Executive

Baltimore, Maryland's Hotel Projects Look Bright for Future

By Edward Gunts, The Baltimore SunMcClatchy-Tribune Regional News

Jul. 29, 2009--In addition to the Hotel Monaco Baltimore, seven hotels have opened recently or are scheduled to open in the near future in downtown Baltimore. Others are in the planning stages for 2010 or later. The projects include:

Already opened this year:

Quality Inn, 110 St. Paul Place, $11 million. 96 rooms. Opened April 2009.

Fairfield Inn and Suites, 101 President St. 144 rooms, Opened June 2009.

Opening later this year:

Holiday Inn Express, 221-233 N. Gay Street at , $10.5 million, 70 rooms, Late summer 2009.

Hotel Indigo, 207 E. Redwood St. $24 million. 130 rooms. Early fall 2009.

Sleep Inn and Suites, 300 N. Front St. $5 million. 63 rooms. Projected opening fall of 2009.

Staybridge Suites, 2 E. Fayette Street. $22 million. 100 rooms. End of 2009.

Inn at The Black Olive, 801 Caroline Street. 12 rooms. $7.3 million. End of 2009.

For 2010 and beyond:

Carrollton Inn expansion, 50 Albemarle Street. $2 million. 11 rooms. 2010.

Inn at Penn Station, 70 rooms. $9 million. Projected late 2010.

Four Seasons Harbor East, 200 International Drive, 256 rooms. 2010 or 2011.

301 N. Charles Street, 97 rooms, projected 2011 opening.

Four Points Sheraton, 25 S. Calvert St., $25 million. 153 rooms. Projected 2011.

Former Drover's Bank site, 100 N. Eutaw Street at Fayette. 130 rooms. Projected late 2011.

310 N. Front Street extended stay hotel, (Mainstay or Cambria Suites.) $14 million. 120 rooms. Projected late 2011.

Hyatt Place and Summerfield Suites at City Center, Calvert and Lombard streets, $85 million. 486 rooms. Projected 2012.

Westin Hotel at Wills Pier, Harbor Point, 270 rooms. Projected 2012.

Mechanic Center, 1 W. Baltimore St.. 164 rooms. In the planning stages.

Lexington Square, Lexington Street and Park Avenue. In the planning stages.

300 E. Pratt Street. 335 rooms, Projected opening 2012.

10 Inner Harbor. 250 rooms. Projected opening 2013.

Source: Downtown Partnership of Baltimore


To see more of The Baltimore Sun, or to subscribe to the newspaper, go to

Copyright (c) 2009, The Baltimore Sun

Distributed by McClatchy-Tribune Information Services. For reprints, email, call 800-374-7985 or 847-635-6550, send a fax to 847-635-6968, or write to The Permissions Group Inc., 1247 Milwaukee Ave., Suite 303, Glenview, IL 60025, USA.

To search Hotel Online data base of News and Trends Go to Hotel.OnlineSearch
Home | Welcome| Hospitality News | Classifieds| One-on-One |
Viewpoint Forum | Industry Resources | Press Releases
Please contact Hotel.Onlinewith your comments and suggestions.