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HI - Baltimore


Stay in an 1857 Brownstone Mansion in the heart of Downtown Baltimore!

Dorms $25+

Stay in an 1857 Brownstone Mansion in the heart of Downtown Baltimore! Walking distance to the Inner Harbor, Convention Center, sports stadiums and night life. Private rooms available as well as Free WiFi and Free "make your own" pancake breakfast!

Free Pancake Breakfast with coffee and tea, Free WiFi and computer use, Free movies, Karaoke, and Wii!
Baltimore Basillica, Enoch Pratt Free Library, Camden Yards, Inner Harbor, National Aquarium of Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University, University of Maryland, MICA
From BWI Airport: 1. Light Rail: For a complete schedule and times of operation see: http://www.mtamaryland.com/services/lightrail/ The Light Rail is quick and cheap, $1.60 one way, $3.50 all day unlimited pass (good for all mass transit). It leaves directly from the BWI terminal. An average ride to the Centre Street Stop will take about 30 minutes. You can purchase tickets at the ticket booths located inside BWI from where the train leaves. Once you land follow signs for Ground Transportation and the Light Rail (train symbol) at BWI. All Light Rail trains leaving BWI will take you into downtown Baltimore. Take the light rail from BWI to the Lexington Market Light Rail Stop. Walk in the direction the train was going and turn RIGHT onto SARATOGA STREET. Walk for two blocks and turn LEFT onto LIBERTY STREET. Walk a short block and turn RIGHT onto MULBERRY STREET. The hostel is the brownstone mansion, second door on the right. Total distance is ½ mile, or about 10 minutes.
- 24 Hour Reception
- Internet Access
- TV Room/Common Area
- Private Rooms
- Free Breakfast
- Free Linen
- Free Tea & Coffee
- Free WiFi
- Luggage Storage
- Laundry Room
- Credit Cards Accepted

Reservations & Contact Info

17 West Mulberry Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Reception Open: 24 Hours

Tel: (410) 576-8880
Web: www.hiusa.org/baltimore/
Email: baltimore@hiusa.org

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