Best Hotels With Free Breakfast In Baltimore

July 5, 2014 6:00 AM


One of the virtues of travel is getting to try out the local fare. Baltimore is famous for its food, especially its variety of crab dishes in the harbor area and its pasta in Little Italy. However, when you roll out of bed in the morning, the last thing you want to do is wander out into the city streets looking for a good breakfast. Fortunately for you, there are a few hotels in Baltimore that offer a free, hot breakfast along with your stay. Take a look.

Homewood Suites
625 S. President St.
Baltimore, Md. 21202
(410) 234-0999

Homewood Suites is more than just a name. Every room is, in fact, a suite; each outfitted with its own living room and full kitchen. For business or relaxation, Homewood Suites in Baltimore is ideal. Located close to the Baltimore Convention Center, it allows business travelers to get where they are going with ease. Recreational visitors will enjoy forays into the wide variety of cultural and restaurant locations around. Enjoy the seafood of the Inner Harbor, the pasta of Little Italy or the gourmet that awaits in Fells Point. But why not stay in at dawn and enjoy the free breakfast offered right downstairs by the hotel? Homewood Suites varies its complimentary breakfast menu weekly so that frequent visitors will never have to endure the same meal over and over again. Unlike many hotels, it has an in-house kitchen staff that sets the menu so that the breakfast isn’t just fresh, it’s professional.

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Photo Credit: Holiday Inn/Facebook

Holiday Inn Express
221 N. Gay St.
Baltimore, Md. 21202
(410) 400-8045

Holiday Inn Express in Baltimore has something for everyone. Into culture? Enjoy the classic architecture of this hotel built within the façade of the 20th century Old Town Bank. The luxury extends to the lobby; which is both expansive and breathtaking. Sports fan? The hotel is only minutes from both the M&T Bank Stadium (home of the Baltimore Ravens) and Camden Yards (home of the Baltimore Orioles). Business travelers will find this location especially helpful. There are free shuttles to the Baltimore Convention Center, and the hotel’s easy proximity to the Johns Hopkins Campus and the Baltimore Central Business District are ideal; but it also includes in-house conference centers for corporate guests. Finally, it is of great appeal to the tourist, as it is close to the Inner Harbor, Port Discovery and Fort McHenry. Before a day of touring, business or exploring, take full advantage of the free breakfast buffet. Labeled “Express Start,” this buffet is an impressive spread of all the varieties of breads, including bagels, muffins and toasts and all of the tasty breakfast treats such as eggs, sausage and biscuits (with or without gravy, your choice). Or try a healthier meal with fresh fruits and fruit juices.



Brexton Hotel
686 Park Ave.
Baltimore, Md. 21201
(443) 478-2100

Mount Vernon is a celebrated cultural district in Baltimore. Containing old-town Baltimore architecture and a smattering of distinct theaters, concert halls and museums, as well as a slew of great restaurants, this is a gem of Maryland history. The Brexton Hotel is not only central to this district, but also to the storied history of this district. The one-time home of the Duchess of Windsor, Brexton is every inch the Victorian building of its distinguished past. This extends to the interior with its finely decorated lobby and well-appointed rooms. The free breakfast includes all of the expected items, including bagels and English muffins, eggs, sausage, cereals, etc. To experience the full charm of Charm City, the Brexton Hotel would be a top-notch choice.

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TownePlace Suites BWI Airport
1171 Winterson Road
Linthicum, Md. 21090
(410) 694-0060

If you are passing through the Baltimore/Washington area, or you are local to Maryland and about to embark on a flight, TownePlace Suites is located right where you want to be. Sitting just a stone’s throw from BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport, TownePlace Suites offers free shuttle service to and from the airport. Situated perfectly for business travelers, TownePlace is equal distance from the Washington Business Corridor and the attractions of Baltimore City. The rooms include an office center for conducting business in the comfort of your room, or enjoy the entertainment value of your 32-inch flatscreen TV. You will also find in the rooms your own private kitchen for cooking up a home-made meal away from home. And speaking of meals, make certain you take advantage of the complimentary breakfast, offered each morning for all guests. The breakfast buffet includes such favorites as a variety of eggs, breads, cereals, fruits and more. Both comfy and well-situated, TownePlace Suites gives its late-night visitors and its early risers something to enjoy.

Hampton Inn And Suites Inner Harbor
131 E. Redwood St.
Baltimore, Md. 21202
(410) 539-7888

If you want a classy and convenient stay in Baltimore City, the Hampton Inn and Suites may suit. It’s classy because it is couched inside the historic 1906 U.S. Fidelity and Guarantee building, a standard in classic Baltimore architecture. It’s convenient because it is located within proximity of all of the great Baltimore City attractions, including the Inner Harbor, Lexington Market and both of the great Baltimore sports stadiums. If you don’t feel like walking to these locations, the hotel offers shuttle services as well. After a robust exploration of Baltimore followed by a peaceful sleep in the clean and spacious rooms, take time to enjoy the free hot breakfast. The menu varies daily, but includes such treats as a variety of sausages, omelets, French toast, eggs prepared in all of the favorite styles, home fries and bacon along with all the usual breads, cereal, etc. There is a do-it-yourself waffle center, and everything is refilled constantly. The free hot breakfast beverages are available all day long, including coffee, tea and hot chocolate. Stay for the history, the comfort, the tourism and most of all, the food.

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Joel Furches is a freelance writer and researcher for The Examiner and Logos Software, and also manages his own catalog of writing on Hub Pages. Joel is on the board of directors for Ratio Christi. He has a bachelors in Psychology and a Masters in Education.

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