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The 4 Best Boutique Hotels in Maryland

Features & Advice | Patrick Clarke | September 08, 2016

The 4 Best Boutique Hotels in Maryland

PHOTO: The Inn at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club in Stevensville, Maryland (photo by Patrick Clarke).  

No matter the season, Maryland has something to offer everyone.

Nicknamed Little America and rightfully so, the Mid-Atlantic destination features off-the-beaten-path campgrounds, popular beaches, countless hiking trails and fishing holes, impressive mountains and world-class city experiences. 

If you're planning a visit, here are four of best boutique hotels across the Old Line State.

The Inn at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club

PHOTO: A king guestroom at the Inn at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club (photo by Patrick Clarke). 

Where: Stevensville, Maryland

This luxury boutique hotel is located just over the iconic Chesapeake Bay Bridge on Maryland's Eastern Shore and offers 54 guestrooms and suites — many of which offer stellar views of sunsets over the bay.

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There are six different style of suites to choose from, multiple on-site dining options, including Knoxie's Table and the Market — which sells merchandise and other items in addition to food and beverages — and a recently-opened spa offering both spa treatments and salon services. 

Inn at Henderson's Wharf

Where: Baltimore, Maryland

A historic waterfront hotel in Baltimore's Fell's Point neighborhood, the Inn at Henderson's Wharf boasts a handful of luxury amenities highlighted by butler service and a European-style buffet breakfast.

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The hotel also features a 24-hour fitness center and a round-the-clock business center to complement more than 2,300 square feet of meeting and event space. Beyond the amenities, the hotel's proximity to Baltimore's most famous attractions makes it a no-brainer for any tourist passing through Charm City. 

Historic Inns of Annapolis

PHOTO: A Governor Calvert Historic King room at the Historic Inns of Annapolis (photo via Historic Inns of Annapolis/Facebook)

Where: Annapolis, Maryland

The heart of Maryland's capital is where you'll find the three-star Historic Inns of Annapolis

The three inns date back as far as the 1700s and maintain their historic charm without compromising modern conveniences. In addition to period-style furniture and antiques, guests will notice complimentary Wi-Fi and 42-inch flatscreen televisions equipped with cable.

READ MORE: 3 Reasons Why You Must Visit Annapolis, Maryland

Wake up with free coffee and breakfast snacks and then walk to some of the top attractions in downtown Annapolis.

Dunes Manor Hotel & Suites

Where: Ocean City, Maryland

Whether you're heading to the White Marlin Capital of the World for a sunny summer getaway or a relaxing offseason adventure, the three-star Dunes Manor Hotel & Suites is the ideal accommodation. All of its guestrooms face the ocean for unbeatable views and guests will also be just one block away from the renowned Ocean City Boardwalk.

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Inside the hotel, guests will uncover an oceanfront restaurant, heated pool, exercise room and evening piano entertainment in the lobby. Another Dunes Manor tradition guests are sure to love is the serving of complimentary afternoon tea and crumpets every afternoon. 

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