Gay Baltimore · Hotels

Gay Baltimore · Hotels

Looking for the perfect place to stay in the Baltimore? Then check out our guide to the best and most popular gay-friendly hotels in the city.

Why this hotel?: Top Luxury Choice. Very stylish.

The Ivy Hotel is the place to be if you’re looking to do Baltimore in style. It’s an intimate, 18 room luxury hotel with stunning interiors. You could imagine Marie Antoinette staying here. You’ll be handed a glass of champagne as you check-in.

Four-poster beds, gold tables and artworks feature prominently. Each room has a different design. The on-site dining options are also excellent, especially lemon souffle pancakes in the morning.


breakfast, gym, restaurant, bar, spa

205 E Biddle St, Baltimore


Based on 280 votes

Why this hotel?: Stunning views. Great location.

The Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel offers gay-friendly accommodation in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Spacious guestrooms feature large windows with views of the harbour, as well as a flat-screen TV. At the Renaissance Baltimore you’re just moments away from some of the city’s main attractions.

The hotel recently underwent extensive reconstruction works. It’s surrounded by many restaurants, including the Cheesecake Factory (supposing you need a massive piece of cake!).


bar, hot tub, fitness centre

202 E Pratt St, Baltimore


Based on 4505 votes

Why this hotel?: Good Price. Central.

Brookshire Suites is a smart, well-priced hotel a block away from the harbour. Here, you’ll be close to the city’s most popular attractions and gay nightlife.

Many of the rooms come with direct views of the harbour. On-site you’ll find free Wi-Fi throughout, cable TV, and in-room coffee-making facilities. Brookshire Suites is a good choice if you’re looking to do Baltimore on a budget.


fitness centre, bar, wi-fi

120 E Lombard St, Baltimore


Based on 1984 votes

Why this hotel?: Good Price. Helpful staff.

The Royal Sonesta Harbor Court is located on the waterfront in the city’s Inner Harbor. It’s a mile from Orioles Park.

One of the more popular hotels in town, Royal Sonesta is consistently well-reviewed. Modern guestrooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV and cable channels. It’s well priced and the rooms are spacious. All-inclusive options are available – you’ll need one to include breakfast.


sports centre, restaurant, wi-fi, massage, pool, hot tub

550 Light St, Baltimore


Based on 3805 votes

Why this hotel?: Great location. Tasty breakfast.

Hampton Inn and Suites is just a couple of blocks away from the Inner Harbor. There are plenty of restaurants on your doorstep and it’s just ten bucks in a cab to the Baltimore Museum of Art.

Each classy guestroom is equipped with free Wi-Fi, and a buffet breakfast is available on the premises daily. It’s located in a historic Belle Époque building. The rooms are spacious and come with oversized beds.



131 E Redwood St, Baltimore


Based on 2722 votes

Why this hotel?: Good price. Very central.

The Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor is especially popular if you’re in town for an Orioles game or a business trip. It’s comfortable, unpretentious and well priced. Upgrading to King Corner rooms will give you more space.

Here, you’re just moments from the National Aquarium, Inner Harbor dining options and shops, and the baseball stadium, making it a great location for sightseeing.

This comfortable hotel offers clean guestrooms with flat-screen TVs, as well as free Wi-Fi in public areas of the hotel. On-site you can dine at The Yard, which serves American cuisine. Alternatively, guests can enjoy a drink and light snack at the Day/Night Bar.


restaurant, bar, wi-fi, fitness centre

110 S Eutaw St, Baltimore


Based on 2104 votes

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