Baltimore, Maryland

Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor

July 8‐14, 2018

"Get Charmed in Charm City!"

Baltimore has 66 National Register Historic Districts and 33 local historic districts. Over 65,000 properties in Baltimore are designated historic buildings in the National Register of Historic Places, more than any other U.S. city.

Baltimore - first Catholic Diocese (1789) and Archdiocese (1808) in the United States, with the first Bishop (and Archbishop) John Carroll; the first seminary (1791 – St Mary's Seminary) and Cathedral (begun in 1806, and now known as the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary - a National Historic Landmark).

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Home of Fort McHenry and the Star Spangled Banner – A monumental city: more public statues and monuments per capita than any other city in the country Harborplace – Crabs - National Aquarium – Maryland Science Center – Theater, Arts, Museums – Birthplace of Edgar Allen Poe, Babe Ruth – Orioles baseball

For exploring Charm City, you couldn't find a better location than the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor. A stone's throw from the water, it gets high points for its proximity to the sights, a rooftop pool and spacious rooms. The 14- story glass façade is one of the most eye-catching in the area. The breathtaking lobby has a tilted wall of windows letting in the sunlight. The 488 rooms are generously sized, many with views of sailboats gliding across the Inner Harbor.

The latest amenities are all here, from docking stations for your iPod to flat-panel TVs with movies on demand, and complimentary broadband WiFi. A lushly landscaped rooftop pool and sundeck are popular destinations, especially with their sweeping views of the harbor. The exercise room is filled with all the latest equipment. On the western edge of the Inner Harbor, the Hyatt Regency is across the street from Harborplace, a dream destination for foodies and fashionistas. The hotel is 10 miles from Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport (BWI), and less than 2 miles from Baltimore's Penn Station (Amtrak).