“For the money-is-no-object set, Baltimore’s hottest hotel is the Ivy, a Relais & Chateaux property that opened in 2015 in a stunning Gilded Age mansion. Everything from cocktails to wooden puzzles to local kombucha is provided.”
Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Baltimore, Maryland.
“The 18-room Ivy Hotel offers personalised service and opulent interiors in a preserved 19th-century mansion. The boutique experience is relaxing and hassle-free, with a no-tipping policy, complimentary drinks and snacks, large bathrooms with soaking tubs and a restaurant that serves some of the best food in town.”
- Friendly staff
- Beautiful hotel
- Excellent service
- Attention to detail
$600 per night
This 5-star boutique hotel is a perfect mix of modern style and traditional aesthetics incorporated to become the beauty that the Ivy Hotel is today. It is located just 2 km away from the Baltimore Convention Centre and John Hopkins University and a distance of 1 km separate it from the popular Lexington Market.
The hotel features modern equipped amenities like a luxury spa where guests can get the best full body treatment and a fine dining restaurant where several dishes are on the menu for the enjoyment of the guests. The hotel has a courtyard area where guest commonly uses to enjoy a cup of coffee or read a newspaper.
The suites in the hotel are well-equipped with modern facilities and feature beautiful decors. A plush bedding area that includes a four-poster bed, a gas fireplace that guests can sit around and heated limestone floors in the bathroom to create a steamy refreshing bath after a long day’s work. A few suites in the hotel open to a beautiful view of the Mount Vernon and a balcony where they can enjoy the freshness of the air.
The Magdalena is the on-site restaurant where guests can enjoy some of the best tasty local dishes and seasonal cuisine. Guests have the opportunity to enjoy the upscale bistro anytime within Tuesdays to Sundays for their dinner.
After extensive restoration and renovation of the building in 2015, the hotel has since transformed into something of a modern beauty, becoming an epitome of hospitality in the city of Baltimore.