You can be forgiven if your jaw drops upon entering this hotel: The lobby of the Lord Baltimore makes quite the first impression. Throughout the hotel, you’ll find a winning combination of historic details and modern convenience. Outside, this French Renaissance-style building has an exterior of dark red brick and a copper mansard roof with a green patina. Inside, you’ll find all the comforts you’d expect from a contemporary hotel, including flat-screen TVs, as well as coffee makers and mini fridges in each room.
A timeless treat, perfect for business or leisure travel
Stay fit during your trip: Lord Baltimore Hotel boasts a well-equipped gym with a full selection of cardio and weight-training equipment. Wi-Fi is readily available, and it’s free throughout the hotel. Lord Baltimore offers valet dry cleaning and laundry service, for your convenience. Your room features Molton Brown toiletries, as well as a plush pillow-top mattress and custom designed linens. Original artwork and vintage prints accent the property.
With its memorable views of the Baltimore skyline, the LB Skybar makes quite an impression. Head up to the rooftop to enjoy a drink or two in style. For something heartier, the LB Tavern is a modern spin on the classic hotel bar -- it features handcrafted cocktails from small-batch distilleries, as well as local Baltimore craft beer on tap and a gastro-pub menu. For casual refreshment, the LB Bakery is a modern coffeehouse featuring house-made breads and pastries, as well as sandwiches and salads made daily with fresh local ingredients.
The Lord Baltimore’s 440 guest rooms and suites were renovated in 2014 and were designed by interior designer Scott Sanders -- meaning you’ll stay in style. The hotel is perfect for business meetings and other events. It boasts over 20,000 square feet of event space, plus an elegant ballroom that’s sure to be the talk of your gathering. With a well-equipped executive boardroom, multiple meeting rooms and a variety of private event spaces, Lord Baltimore Hotel has all your needs covered.