by Amanda Geronikos
Historic Inns of Annapolis includes three properties in Annapolis, Maryland: Governor Calvert House, the Maryland Inn and the Robert Johnson House. Here’s what each one offers:
Governor Calvert House
The Governor Calvert House has rooms with two double beds for families (and then rooms with one king bed for couples). Rooms feature large bathrooms with tubs — a plus for those traveling with little ones. Complimentary Wi-Fi is included. The hotel is located across the street from the State House. Note: All guests of Historic Inns of Annapolis must check in at the Governor Calvert House; check-in desks are not available at the other two properties.
Situated on Main Street in Annapolis, the Maryland Inn features rooms with two double beds for families (plus rooms with one queen or one king for couples or single travelers). There’s a Stay & Play Room with a living area, as well. Complimentary Wi-Fi and access to a 24-hour fitness center are included in rates, and there’s an onsite Starbucks and full-service restaurant called Treaty Paris Restaurant and Drummers Lot Pub.
Robert Johnson House
The Robert Johnson House has similar accommodations to the Maryland House, including rooms with double beds and Stay & Play Rooms. Wi-Fi is included at this hotel, located by the Governor’s Mansion and across the street from the State House.
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- Historic, quiet hotels
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- Free Wi-Fi
A perfect stay. I’ve been to many inn and B&B’s.
This Inn is now at the top of my list to stay at. Everything was perfect from the valets, the check in to the staff. The room was beautifully decorated and clean. The pub and restaurant were exceptional. The location was great! You give the valet you car and walk to where you wanna go. Let’s say the inns staff took care of you needs. I put them to the test by losing my ticket to my car. THE PERFECT INN!
We stayed recently in the Calvert House on Capital Circle. The location is fantastic and you can always find your way back to the hotel by looking for the Capital's dome / steeple. The Inn is an historic house converted to a hotel. Our room was a king room that was quite spacious. The furnishings were lovely as well. Exactly as shown in pictures. There is no restaurant or bar in the hotel, but there is one right next door. The hotel did host a couple of events while we stayed there so it did get quite busy in the foyer and gathering areas. Parking is also very limited.