Baltimore has no shortage of hotels… but unfortunately not all of the hotels are great…
Which is why we wrote this guide to the best hotels near Loyola University Maryland!
Here are our 5 favorite hotels in the area, no matter your budget!
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– 4 minute drive to Loyola University Maryland
No only is it one of the nicest hotels in the area – it’s also the closest to the university! Equipped with big, beautiful rooms, and European-style decor, the Inn at the Colonnade Baltimore provides a little taste of luxury without the big price tag.
Popular with both families and business travelers, guests are in love with the on-site bar, the fitness center, and the free breakfast.
– 8 minute drive to Loyola University Maryland
Located North of Baltimore in the quieter suburbs is Delta by Marriott Hotels Baltimore North. While we love the outdoor pool and well-designed common areas, we have to say that we are most impressed with the cleanliness of the hotel and the friendly and attentive staff.
And if you don’t feel like venturing out, then don’t worry! The on-site restaurant is open all day, and the on-site bar is a great place to unwind with an evening beverage.
– 12 minute drive to Loyola University Maryland
While it’s located a bit further North – this hotel is BEAUTIFUL!
Perfect for nature lovers who want to get away from the city, the Mt. Washington Conference Center is located on a hill and surrounded by beautiful trees and shiny green grass. Guests also love the huge rooms and the cozy pillows.
– 11 minute drive to Loyola University Maryland
Budget hotels are difficult to find in Baltimore, so head to the next town over and stay at Express Inn Towson! This budget motel offers a ton of value to its guests, including free wifi, TVs in each room, 24-hour reception and a fridge and microwave in each room.
And to top it off? Breakfast is free! Talk about great value 🙂
– 15 minute drive to Loyola University Baltimore
Easily the nicest hotel in all of Baltimore, this is perfect for anyone who wants to stay downtown and wants to stay in luxury.
Where do we even begin? The views? The staff? The food? The rooms? All of it = 10/10. If you can afford it, Four Seasons never disappoints.
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Gin lover. Coffee addict. Nicola has traveled the world for 7 years and is a staff writer for Hotel Jules. Born in London, Nicola first got the taste of travel studying abroad in Barcelona. Since then she's been hooked - traveling the world non-stop. Passionate about green travel and vegan lifestyle, Nicola spends more of her free time staring at maps wondering where she will head to next!