Sleep Inn & Suites Downtown Inner Harbor
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 779-6166
Fax: (410) 528-7771
Breast center, Diabetes Center, Emergency room, Plastic and re constructive surgery, Eye and cosmetic surgery, Baltimore's largest geriatric care facility, Vascular center, Women's imaging center, Snoring and sleep disorders center are all a part of Mercy Health Services center. Parking in adjacent garages.
The Light Rail, an above-ground mass transit system, runs 30 miles—from Hunt Valley in Baltimore County, through Baltimore City, to Glen Burnie in Anne Arundel County. There are also two spurs, one to Penn Station in Baltimore, the other to BWI Airport. Trains run every 17 minutes, with the spur trains traveling every 34 minutes. There are stations at Camden Yards and Hamburg Street (PSINet Stadium). Weekly and monthly passes are also available.
Located on East Pratt Street, the Cordish Company is a leading real estate development company. It offers assistance in developing entertainment districts, offices and apartments. The company has won a number of national awards for its excellent performance and perfect professionalism. Call for more details.
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Baltimore Convention Center is within walking distance of Baltimore's major attractions - Oriole Park and the Inner Harbor. It is connected by skywalk to several hotels and shopping centers, making it an ideal location for meetings, banquets and other activities. The professional staff will help you plan your event, large or small. The Center is equipped with a top-of-the-line telecommunications network and state-of-the-art sound system. Water, compressed air and electricity are available in the exhibit halls, which are equipped with covered loading docks. Food and beverage service is also available.
Charm City Circulator is a free public transportation with 21 shuttles. The Circulator has three routes with a shuttle arriving about every ten minutes: the Green Route from Johns Hopkins to City Hall, the Purple Route from Penn Station to Federal Hill, and the Orange Route from Hollins Market to Harbor East. To find the transportation stops, please check their website.
Originally built for the Lutheran community in the 1890s, the red facade building has been home to the Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church since 1919. The founders of this church were Russian immigrants from Belarus and the congregation has traces of Polish and Ukrainian ancestry as well. The parish has its own cemetery called the Cathedral Gardens which is also used for church picnics. The Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church is abode to the annual Russian Festival which highlights the culture with homemade food, souvenirs and live entertainment of that region.
The Camden Yards Sports Complex, which is managed by the Maryland Stadium Authority, is an enormous complex encompassing the Oriole Park, The M&T Bank Stadium and The Sports Legends. Located just a few blocks away from the Lexington Market and Charles Center, the complex boats of 85 acres of land space which is extensively used for various outdoor sporting events and includes a large parking lot too. The famous Baltimore Marathon, the AST Dew Tour and the American Heritage Festival which are held in the complex draw in crowds from all over the world.
Kennedy Krieger Institute offers comprehensive care for youths with disabilities, Neuro-rehabilitation program for brain and spinal cord injuries. Lead poisoning prevention and treatment are all available here. It also provides in-home treatment for children with neurological disorders and developmental disabilities.
This beautiful stone building is unique for its graves, which were filled in the early 1800s, long before the church hall above them was built. Edgar Allen Poe, Baltimore's founding fathers and four mayors are among those buried here. In the mid-1800s, a swelling population prompted construction of Westminster Hall. To avoid disturbing the graves, the building was set on a series of brick piers over the tombs, creating catacombs. The meeting hall at Westminster can accommodate and audience of 350 seated for lecture meetings and 250 when used for round table discussions. The hall opens on weekdays at 8am.
Maryland General Hospital is a 300-bed community teaching hospital. Renowned teaching institution for obstetrics, ophthalmology, general medicine and eye, ear, nose and throat care is also associated with it. Emergency care as well as dermatology, oncology, pediatrics, radiology and urology services are also offered here.
Emergency room, world-renowned R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, cancer center, children's hospital, helicopter transport and more intensive care beds than any other Maryland hospital. Parking is available at University of Maryland Medical System in several nearby garages. Bus, Metro, Light Rail and MARC also available.