Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys is a wonderful property for families with kids to go. The hotel is just around the corner from the Geppi’s Entertainment Museum, Historic Ships in Baltimore and Maryland Science Center. A few other attractions include the American Visionary Art Museum and Little Italy. The 4-star hotel has 147 suites, it also has a tennis courts, fitness center, swimming pool, babysitting and nearby golf course. Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys dining options include room service and onsite restaurant. Faidley Seafood, Greg’s Bagels and Golden West Cafe are all kid-friendly eateries that are also worth looking at and are near the hotel.
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Let me start by saying I tried to review this hotel on Marriott's website. It turns out you may only write a review there is you have been sent a Guest Satisfaction Survey.
The good: There are nice large TVs in the room that have the option for web-based streaming like Netflix (unfortunately my tv would not connect to the internet upon the second time I tried to use it)
The bad: It indicates that there are mini-fridges in the room when you read the room type details while booking. This is false! There are NOT mini-fridges in the room. The staff was able to get one in my room the day after check in. It was extremely old and beat up. If you are on the road almost every week, these are extremely important. I like to keep some cold water and food and hand. Some microwave popcorn or a frozen meal goes a long way after a 10-12 hour work day.
I had requested a microwave in the room via the Marriott app and was told it was requested. Upon arrival, I was told that no Marriotts have microwaves on property. With 700+ lifetime Marriott nights, I know this is not correct.
You can usually choose your room and check-in time on the Marriott app. That was not the case with this property.
This property was supposed to have been renovated within the past couple of months as it was converted over from an old Radisson. They may have put some lipstick on it here and there but it seems very limited what was done. The wallpaper behind the bed is a textured brown and super dusty. I'm not sure this place even got a good cleaning nevermind renovation.
by Mojo N
Wow, wanna get shkeevy with it? This dump left rotting food in the hallway for a full shift rotation. It's extremely well worn and appropriate for, I dunno, some kind of trade show? Not appropriately priced or appointed for tourists. Also, horrible beds, no concierge service, room service is existentially questionable, and the desk clerk is kind of an ahoe. I'd pay twice as much for a nicer place, and this place is absurdly overpriced.
Go anywhere else, period.