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CAA Men's Basketball Championship March 7 - 10, 2014

March Madness is upon us once again in the next two months!  Watch nine universities go head to head in this East-Coast based division competition - promising lots of young talent and excitement as these school battle it out on the court.  Be sure to book your Baltimore hotel early and check out our great rates by clicking below!
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Happy New Year!! We at the Mount Vernon Hotel wish you a very happy and healthy #2014!
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National Aquarium - Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9th 10AM - 3PM

Come celebrate Oceans Day at the National Aquarium, where they’re celebrating all weekend long! Visitors can experience fun aquatic stilt performances, workshops and more along the Waterfront Plaza.  There will be ocean-themed games, crafts and performances happening at the aquarium and on Sunday, June 9, a mermaid will make a very special appearance for story time, so be sure to start planning now and book your next stay in Baltimore with us at the Mount Vernon Hotel!
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What are your travel resolutions this year? Be sure to write down Baltimore, Maryland as one of your travel stops this year!

One of the best cities to visit in the U.S. we have tons of things to see and do in the Inner Harbor.  Check out our hotel website today to find more information!
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Looking for a hotel near #NationalAquarium?  Look no further! Our hotel is just 1 mile away from the best #aquarium in #Baltimore

See over 15,000 exotic animals and learn about the world's most fascinating species.  The new Blacktip Reef is a one-of-a-kind exhibit which features a beautiful coral landscape, replicating the Indo-Pacific reefs--surely a sight to behold. 

Come join us and see this astonishing world of color and life for yourself!  Just 5 minutes away, we're the closest hotel to National Aquarium in Baltimore, MD.
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24 W Franklin St Baltimore, MD 21201
24 W Franklin StUSMDBaltimore21201
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Mt. Vernon Hotel is close to the Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Penn Station and Baltimore's Light Rail, the Mount Vernon Hotel offers travelers a convenient location, coupled with comfortable accommodations and convenient amenities including complimentary hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, access to zip car, a 24-hour business center and more.

Mt. Vernon Hotel features 135 Guest Room with spacious amenities such as voicemail, coffee maker, In-room Safe, iron, Wi-Fi & more amenities. 

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Melissa Corona
reviewed 3 months ago
My friend booked this hotel for our trip to Baltimore from Arizona for a Ravens game, 3 nights stay and by the first night I wanted out of here. It is an old hotel, the carpets smell like dust, the hallways are creepy, BUT it has "charm" as my friend would say. The rooms aren't entirely bad, but it has a creepy feel to them. I LOVED how close we were to Inner Harbor, walking distance from all the lovely sights to see in beautiful Baltimore. The breakfast was fantastic, the buffet had pancakes, waffles, and biscuits and gravy prepared every morning, absolutely loved that! The first night we arrived at around 9pm, asked the lady at the front desk if there was anything near by good to eat, she recommended a pub just down the street, safe walk and delicious food, check out Oshea's Irish Pub! :)
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Rhiannon Kricki
reviewed 3 months ago
Horrible! When we arrived there were homeless people sitting on the benches in front of the hotel, apparently waiting for the shelter to open across the street. The parking garage is very small, but, thankfully we took my smaller car. The hallways were dark and disconcerting as we made our way to our room. There was no mini fridge like we were told. There was one light inches from the ceiling, so the room was very dark. In the bathroom the light bulb was hanging, and when we tried to screw it back in, sparks shot out and debris fell into the sink. I pulled back the blankets, and there was a stain on the brown one and a stain on the sheets. We checked into another hotel nearby. As we were leaving, another couple in the lobby was appalled by their room and leaving as well. The only plus was free wi-if and the people were nice. Didn't make it to breakfast, and I suggest you don't either. I'm not sure what room the pictures are of, but it's not the one we were given.
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Taehyun Nam
reviewed 8 months ago
Dirty room, horrible front desk. The room was simply dirty--more so than a cheap motel room. Crumbs were on carpet; dirty particles all over the room as if the room was never cleaned after the previous user had left. The sheet was thin and not crispy, which made us feel really bad. In the morning I complained to a person on the front desk and she simply responded by saying that she would leave a note to cleaning crew. She was so uninterested and not at all apologetic. TERRIBLE!
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Megan Turcios
reviewed 4 months ago
It is an old hotel, which to me is part of its appeal...if you are expecting a brand new, luxury chain hotel, this is not the place. That said, the rooms and bathrooms are spacious, the staff were very friendly and helpful, and the location is nice. The parking garage is too small for large vehicles and costs $15, but the hotel also uses a garage across the street that is only $4. They will told us all of this when we asked, as we have a large truck. Breakfast was what I would call standard for a hotel, many choices, nothing stale, thr hot food is served to you, and is included in the price. Free wi-fi. No long treks to find elevators. It was nice and quiet all night, and the rooms get plenty of sunlight during the day. We will definitely stay again.
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Angela Mccleland
reviewed a month ago
Horrible hotel and smells! Heat so high it is unbearable and many guests were sitting outside all night in misery. Manager could care less.
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Heather Iverson
reviewed 11 months ago
In a word: Horrid. Upon check-in there was no available parking in the hotel's garage, so the receptionist suggested I park in the garage across the street for $8 - relatively inconvenient. When I made it to my assigned room I was disgusted; the room smelled foul, like a blend of dirty cat litter and human waste, and the window was clouded up with so much condensation that there was absolutely no view to be had. While I was waiting at the front desk to request a new room, the man ahead of me was being handed a parking pass, somewhat odd since I had just been informed that there was no parking. When it was my turn at the desk, the woman changed my room and also told me that the parking spaces must have been miscounted, as they did in fact have spots available . . . for $15/day! This fee should be disclosed on their website as I was not expecting to pay an additional fee to have my car on site. So in addition to paying the $45 to park in the hotel's garage, I also had to pay $8 to the garage across the street - a steep rate considering I was there for less than 30 minutes. When I was assigned to my new room, here's what I experienced: * a dirty bedspread * a blanket marred with a cigarette burn * a condom on the nightstand * burnt-out lightbulbs * a tv with several local stations that were nothing but snow * a bathroom that smelled like an ashtray Sounds like a deal for more than $100/night, no? The free breakfast isn't worth it, nor is the free wi-fi which is spotty at best. This hotel is not worth your time or money, so do yourself a service and look elsewhere. Also, if you should feel the urge to contact the hotel to discuss their lackluster accommodations (as I did several times), they won't bother responding . . . customer service at its finest!
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