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Baltimore/BWI -- Hilton, 3*

rquick
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rquick
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Joined: November 2nd, 2002, 3:28 am

April 24th, 2007, 4:20 pm #1

Stayed here Sunday night before an early morning flight. It's a brand new hotel and one of the nicest I've ever stayed at. This could easily be considered a 4* hotel. The coolest thing was flat screen TVs in the room with several channels of HD. Parking's free - it was a fairly easy drive to downtown Baltimore. You should definitely hope you get this hotel when you place your bid.
Last edited by rquick on August 23rd, 2008, 5:43 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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apagano
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Joined: September 2nd, 2006, 12:21 pm

September 12th, 2007, 1:15 am #2

This place was so great I didn't want to check out and go to the airport! Comfy bed with lots of pillows and flat-screen HD TV made this hotel better than home. I could not have asked for a better deal at $45 on priceline. As the previous poster said, this could easily be a 4* hotel. My one and only gripe was that the roadside sign was not lit and I had a tough time finding the hotel from the road. I had to pull into another hotel to get directions.
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Kikimeister
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April 21st, 2015, 4:23 am #3

Stayed here on a Saturday night.  Got it for $60.  I arrived early, and the front desk ladies were very accomodating by letting me check-in early, even gave me a complimentary wi-fi code. No mention of priceline at all.  Room was next to the elevator, but that room must be very well sound-proofed, because I heard zilch from the elevators.   The room was wonderful!  Nice bed, nice shower/bathroom (no tub), mini-fridge, nice computer chair for working.  The view was "eh" but who goes to an airport hotel for the view?? lol.  The hotel itself was very nice, and they have a great pool and hot tub.  I got food from the hotel lobby bar, which turned out better than expected.  As a bigger bonus, the sundry shop sells wine, beer and also has mini-bottles of rum/vodka/etc for sale!  First time I've seen that, and a nice touch for the weary traveler who might just want a drink to wind down before bed.  Also, this hotel does have some smoking rooms. Apparently they are all in a different section of the hotel, away from the rest of the non-smoking rooms.  Just a note for those who may be smoke-sensitive or those who would like a smoking room in MD.  All in all a great stay, I would definitely try to priceline a room here again.  
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