Area Attractions

At Hyatt Place Baltimore / Inner Harbor, you're in the heart of downtown, just minutes away from cultural landmarks and family-friendly attractions, and a short drive to Johns Hopkins, University of Maryland Medical Center, and Mercy Medical Center.

Hyatt Place Baltimore/Inner Harbor

511 South Central Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland, United States, 21202



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​Local Food + Drink

Thames Oyster House

Locals continue to vote Thames Oyster House one of Baltimore's best restaurants. The Fells Point favorite features local seafood, an a la carte raw bar, and a rotating menu of the freshest oysters from the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf Coasts.

La Scala

This Little Italy bistro serves a menu of traditional, homestyle Italian favorites inspired by the Sicilian cuisine Chef and Owner Nino Germano grew up cooking, with a wine list so diverse it would make an master sommelier blush.

Ms. Shirley's Cafe

See why Ms. Shirley’s was voted Best of Baltimore in 2017. Enjoy homestyle American food with Chesapeake and Southern twists.

Abbey Burger Bistro

This local favorite offers classic pub favorites, local brews, and seriously good burgers. Guests can build their own burger or select from a menu of mouth-watering favorites hand-pattied and made to order.


A French brasserie located in Baltimore’s Harbor East neighborhood, is inspired by the French era of prosperity with culture boomed, and extravagance flourished. Chef Marc Hennessy’s classic menu is perfectly complemented by a beverage program with over 500 French wine labels and an extensive collection of cognac and Armagnac.

Local Attractions

Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Located just across the Harbor is the home of the Baltimore Orioles, a retro-classic gem among American sports stadiums, designed to give fans a classic ballpark experience with modern features and amenities.

National Aquarium

The National Aquarium at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is home to thousands of animals representing hundreds of species in award-winning exhibits.

M&T Bank Stadium

Experience football in the heart of Baltimore at M&T Bank Stadium. This 71,000-seat venue is known for its ease of access, fan amenities, and concessions. Don’t pass up the chance to catch a game, concert, or another event during your stay.

Horseshoe® Casino

Try your luck on Horseshoe® Casino’s 122,000-square-foot gaming floor that features more than 2,000 slots and endless table games. The casino also offers a steak house owned by world-renowned chef Gordon Ramsey, Maryland’s first ever Topgolf Swing Suite®, and a live music venue.


Their biggest Patagonia store yet is for even bigger community-building and planet-saving ideas. The 15,000-square-foot, fully remodeled brick & steel building was constructed in 1882 by the EJ Codd Company, a boiler manufacturer. We’re excited to repurpose a part of Baltimore’s industrial past and offer both current and past-season clothing and gear—most at outlet prices. But we’re also here on Fells Point’s storied waterfront to host events for local nonprofits, student groups, and community organizations working to address social and environmental justice.


Baltimore Business District

Our hotel in downtown Baltimore is located in the heart of the city’s business district, steps from the Baltimore Convention Center, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, and Patapsco River. Guests can easily walk to shops, restaurants, bars, and museums right from their room.

Fell’s Point

Immerse yourself in Baltimore's rich history as you explore Fell’s Point. Stroll across the original bricks brought over from European trade ships while discovering Baltimore’s growing craft scene with local restaurants, markets, and shops.

Harbor East

Enjoy elegant dining, trendy bars, and scenic water views from Harbor East, just one block from our hotel in downtown Baltimore. Don’t forget to catch the latest movie releases at Landmark Theater after dining at one of the nearby restaurants.

Little Italy

Get a taste of Italy in the heart of downtown Baltimore in this charming neighborhood nestled between Inner Harbor and Fell’s Point. Dine at some of the city’s best restaurants, catch an outdoor movie, or attend an authentic Italian cooking class.

Harbor Point

Harbor Point is one of the most up-and-coming areas in Baltimore. With new shops opening and restaurants, it’s a great location with an ambitious food and beverage program at Harbor Point that seamlessly mixes tastes from around the world with Baltimore’s popular local cuisine.