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We stayed here one night while in Annapolis, in the Maryland Inn. It was lovely! Check in was easy and convenient, they have a valet who drives you to your hotel and then parks your car, so you don't have to worry about parking. Very...More
This was our first time staying at the Robert Johnson House. We had stayed at the other 2 Inns in the past and really enjoyed experiencing this one! It appeared to be recently redecorated and it was very tastefully done. The bed, pillows and towels,...More
2 Thank mimic589
Response from Daryl S, General Manager at Historic Inns of AnnapolisResponded 27 October 2017
Thank you so much mimic589 for staying with us for your fall getaway. We appreciate you
mentioning our new renovation and how great the hotel and staff are. We look forward to seeing you for your next getaway!!
Daryl Strayer, VP/GM
I was in Annapolis for a conference which was held at the Maryland Inn (where I lodged), the Calvert house, and Robert Johnson House.
The location and atmosphere are so delightful and charming--that's worth a lot! It is so convenient for visiting all the sites...More
On our first stay in March there was a mix-up with our bags but front desk manager Kevin went over and above to rectify it by offering a free night at the inn. We used the free night recently and had a wonderful experience. They...More
We enjoyed staying at the historic inn in Annapolis, the location and staff were wonderful. The location on the roundabout square was perfect. Our room was clean as well as the other areas of the building. It was a bit of a walk to the...More
I have stayed at both the Governor Calvert House and the Maryland Inn. We prefer the Governor Calvert house, rooms are nicer and quieter. Check in is there and simple with valet to take your car. It is a lovely 5 minute... More
I have stayed at both the Governor Calvert House and the Maryland Inn. We prefer the Governor Calvert house, rooms are nicer and quieter. Check in is there and simple with valet to take your car. It is a lovely 5 minute walk to the Maryland Inn if you choose to eat there but there are better places to walk for great meals. Had a super dinner at Osteria 177, if you like northern Italian, a bit pricey but wonderful. Had a delightful breakfast at the Iron Rooster down by the dock, lots of good choices and a local favorite. Wonderful pubs down by the docks of you want more casual food. Lived in the area for year and now visit to see friends and always enjoy it. Easy walk to the Naval Academy too.