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Currency:American Dollars
Year Opened: 1993
Time Zone: GMT
Continental Breakfast
Free Local Call
complimentary wi-fi access
Cable/Satellite TV
local shopping malls
Camden Yards Stadium
Russian River
Sonoma Valley wineries

Attractions at Rodeway Inn, Baltimorel ::  
Baltimore Convention Center (2.0m/3.2km W) : The Baltimore Convention Center is the premier location for conventions, tradeshows and expositions in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Nestled in the heart of downtown, the Center's location is a tourist's dream and a meeting planner's delight. From the world renowned Inner Harbor to historic Little Italy, our site offers attendees a grand variety of attractions and meeting planners an affordable prime destination. The Center is conveniently located close to public transportation for easy access by MARC Train or Baltimore's Lightrail to Washington, D.C. or the Baltimore International Airport (BWI). Baltimore's Penn Station is a short 7minute drive while BWI Airport is only 20 minutes by car.
Walters Art Museum (0.1m/0.2km W) : The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland is internationally renowned for its collection of art. The collection presents an overview of world art from pre-dynastic Egypt to 20th-century Europe, and counts among its many treasures Greek sculpture and Roman sarcophagi; medieval ivories and Old Master paintings; Art Deco jewelry and 19th-century European and American masterpieces.
MD Historical Society Museum (0.2m/0.3km W) : The museum houses an incredible collection of treasures. From 18th- and 19th-century paintings and silver to 20th- century objects of everyday life, the museum collection celebrates Maryland’s rich and diverse history.
Maryland Science Center (1.0m/1.6km S) :The Maryland Science Center is governed by a Board of Trustees comprised of approximately 30 individuals from the corporate, educational, medical, and scientific communities. A Scientific and Educational Council, comprised of individuals from the scientific and educational communities, advises the staff on matters of scientific accuracy and educational appropriateness of programmatic initiatives.
Camden Yards Stadium (2.0m/3.2km N) : When former Baltimore mayor William Donald Schaefer became governor of Maryland in the mid-1980s, he helped push plans for a baseball-only stadium through the state legislature. The plans also called for a football-only stadium next door and both would be financed by a new instant lottery game. Construction on an 85-acre site began in June 1989, took 33 months and cost $110 million. The success of Oriole Park at Camden Yards inspired other cities (Cleveland, Denver, etc.) to build their own versions of this new Retro style ballpark. Eli Jacobs, who owned the Orioles when the ballpark was built, wanted to call it Oriole Park. Schaefer preferred Camden Yards. Finally, they agreed on Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Following towards this part of the Mid town, like ::
Old ST. Paul Church (0.1m/0.2km W)

Amer Visionary Art Museum (1.0m/1.6km SW)

Washington Monument Museum (0.1m/0.2km W)
Baltimore Civil War Museum (1.0m/1.6km N)

George Peabody School (0.2m/0.3km W)

Baltimore Inner Harbour (1.0m/1.6km S)

MT. Vernon Cultural District (0.2m/0.3km NW)

Museum of Art (1.0m/1.6km E)

When you are looking for warm and inviting accommodations in the heart of the city, make the Rodeway Inn hotel your home away from home. Our exceptional location and outstanding staff will make your stay in Maryland memorable. Book a room with us today.
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