by Amanda Geronikos
Formerly the Loews Annapolis Hotel, The Graduate Annapolis offers everything a family could need during their visit to Annapolis, Maryland: colorful guestrooms and suites (many of which are pet-friendly) with mini-fridges and free Wi-Fi; an onsite restaurant with kids’ menus; and a location in the heart of the city, within walking distance of the historic downtown and waterfront.
Our Editor Loves
- Central location in Annapolis
- Colorfully furnished guestrooms
- Onsite restaurant
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
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Cribs are available at no charge and in any room; rollaway beds are available for a fee of $25, but cannot be placed in rooms with double beds due to fire code restrictions. Childproof kits are available for families, and kids under the age of18 stay free with parents.
Superior 2 Double Beds
Four people can comfortably sleep in this room type, the hotel's most basic option for families. Superior 2 Double Beds rooms look out onto the atrium. Super King rooms for two guests are also available.
Deluxe 2 Double Beds
This room is similar to the Superior, except it offers courtyard or city views. Deluxe King rooms for two guests are also available.
Superior Double Suite
The Superior Double Suite is 500 square feet in size and sleeps five adults (or a maximum of six with kids), providing two double beds and a sofa bed. This suite type overlooks the courtyard or arts district (West Street).
Superior King Suite
Slightly smaller in size, the Superior King Suite has one king bed and a sofa bed, sleeping a maximum of three adults or three adults and one child. It overlooks the courtyard or West Street.
Deluxe King Suite
The Deluxe King Suite is the hotel's largest room option, spanning 590 square feet and offering a separate living area with a sofa bed. A maximum of three adults or three adults and one child can stay in this suite type.
Stayed one night on business. The hotel is beautifully remodeled. Huge bathroom. I was skeptical because it was so reasonable, but it truly does look like the marketing materials. The room I had overlooked the “atrium” which is actually a banquet room, so you needed to keep the curtain closed or someone would literally see right into your room (though they are two stories down). That was fine, just something to be aware of! I thought it would be noisy but they really seemed to soundproof the room pretty well, and I was right by the elevator and didn’t hear it all night like sometimes you do. I tried the crab cake at the on site restaurant which was very nice! The only con of this place is the front desk staff. They look miserable and don’t seem to want to be helpful. No one explained the breakfast situation, where the fitness facility was or really anything to me when I checked in. I figured out there is free coffee in the lobby, which I loved and a beautiful fitness facility with two peloton bikes! HUGE plus. I would stay here in a heartbeat again if in Annapolis. It was also a great location, walking distance to tons of bars, restaurants and the waterfront.
My family of four stayed in this hotel over the weekend. The hotel is centrally located for touring Annapolis by foot. The room was large and the bed was amazingly comfortable. We loved the decor. It was themed after the Naval Academy. The room was bright and cheery. They had great attention to detail. I would definitely return.
My only complaint would be that I did not love the parking situation. You had to walk a long way and there was no covered parking for self park.