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Historic Inns of Annapolis

58 State Circle, Annapolis, MD 21401
(410) 263-2641
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About Historic Inns of Annapolis

Historic Inns of Annapolis allows you to experience 18th century charm and history blended with 21st century modern amenities and conveniences. Historic Inns of Annapolis is comprised of three distinct boutique hotels in downtown Annapolis, Maryland including The Maryland Inn, Governor Calvert House and Robert Johnson House. This collection of charming hotels provides a relaxing retreat where guests can celebrate American history, explore nearby attractions or dine in the four-star Treaty of Paris restaurant. Historic Inns of Annapolis offers a refreshing mix of Victorian charm, timeless hospitality and modern lifestyle luxuries. Each of our beautifully restored boutique hotels celebrates a place in American history. Located in the Annapolis Historic District, our hotels are walking distance to exciting attractions like the Maryland State House, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis Harbor, Chesapeake Bay and Annapolis Maritime Museum. Stroll down cobblestone streets to waterfront restaurants, quaint shops, lively pubs and historic tours.

• The Maryland Inn features 44 guestrooms, a fitness center, meeting and event space, Starbucks and the award-winning Treaty of Paris restaurant. The Maryland Inn offers spectacular views of the State House, Main Street, and the glistening waterfront.

• Dating back to 1695, the Governor Calvert House is one of the oldest buildings in Annapolis. Located across the street from the Maryland State House, this charming boutique hotel in downtown Annapolis offers 51 quaint guestrooms, elegant meeting and banquet space, and the colonial gardens, a peaceful place for meetings and leisurely relaxation.

• Robert Johnson House is an intimate boutique hotel with 29 guestrooms. The historic brick structure was built in 1773 and overlooks the Governor's Mansion and State House.

Dining

Group Dining

- Banquet Room Capacity

200.00

- Inside Number of Seats

62.00

- Max Capacity

50.00

- Max Seating Capacity

80.00

- Max Standing Capacity

80.00

- Number of Banquet Rooms

11.00

- Outside Number of Seats

0.00

- Private Rooms Available #

Meals Served

- Breakfast

- Dessert

- Dinner

- Lunch

Onsite

- 100% Smoke Free

- Alcohol Served

- Family Friendly

- Kids Menu

- WiFi Access

Policy

- Check-In Time

12:00 p.m.

- Check-Out Time

3:00 p.m.

- Reservations Accepted

Pricing

- Dining Cost

Moderate,

- Payment Methods Accepted

Cash, Check, Diners Club, Discover, Master Card, Visa,

General

Accessibility

- Wheelchair

Pricing

- Dining Cost

Moderate,

- Payment Methods Accepted

Cash, Check, Diners Club, Discover, Master Card, Visa,
Transportation

- Valet Parking


Lodging

In-Room

- Air Conditioning

- Cable/Satellite TV

- Daily Newspaper

- Express Check-in/out

- Free Newspapers

- Hair Dryer

- High Speed Wireless Internet

- In Room Jacuzzi

- Iron & Ironing Board

- Microwave

- Radio Alarm Clock

- Refrigerator

- Roll-in Showers 

- Rooms with Private Bath

- Telephones

Meeting Amenities

- A/V on site 

- Meeting Facilities on site 

- Meeting Planner

On-Site

- Business Center

- Exercise/Fitness Facilities

- Family Friendly

- Internet - Free 

- Internet - Wireless

- Laundry Service/Drycleaning

- Lounge/Bar/Restaurant

- Restaurant on Property

- Wheelchair Accessible

Policy

- Check-In Time

12:00 p.m.

- Check-Out Time

3:00 p.m.

- Reservations Accepted

Room Options

- 100% Smoke Free

- Standard Rooms

- Suites


Amazing location, Amazing staff, super cool hotel, all you can ask for.
This place was awesome from start to finish. From the location, to the Hotel, to the Staff everything was excellent. Kevin at the front desk is a throwback to when you actually received service from... Read Full Review
Comfortable and charming
We spent last night at the Governor Calvert House, which is part of the Historic Inns of Annapolis. We had a third floor historic king room which was lovely. The furnishings fit well with the... Read Full Review
1401 in the Maryland Inn was quiet
We had great room on the top floor of the Maryland Inn. Room 1401 is on the top floor and shares no walls with any other room. It was quiet and comfortable. We had many stairs to maneuver to reach... Read Full Review

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