#BmoreSummerFun at Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor
The first weeks of summer mark many things for Charm City: sunny days, summer concerts, harbor-side strolls, and the roll-out of our ‘Summer in Baltimore’ Package. From now until August 28th, 2016, take advantage of everything the city has to offer with package rates starting at $269.00; this family-orientated offer includes Bistro 300 buffet breakfast, s’mores kit, and one water taxi voucher (daily, per registered guest).
Join us in Bistro 300 from 6:30 AM – 10:30 AM for a delicious breakfast buffet. From cooked-to-order omelets, breakfast meats and gourmet pastries, to hot and cold cereals, there is something here for everyone in the family.
Who doesn’t love s’mores? Enjoy a daily dose of dark chocolate with our s’mores kits! Our fire pit is available at dusk, until 10:00 PM on the pool deck: share stories, roast ‘mellows and unwind with loved-ones and fellow guests after a long day of play – and take turns at a giant game of chess while you’re there!
The Baltimore Water Taxi provides a fun way to navigate the city sights, as well a great new perspective of the skyline from out on the water. Take a trip from the Harbor Place stop (directly across from our hotel) to the cobble stone streets of historic Fells Point, and grab a bite at Baltimore’s oldest pub, The Horse You Came In On – Edgar Allan Poe’s “last stop,” the writer’s favorite watering-hole and the last place he is rumored to have had a drink before his death in 1849. Looking for something a little more outdoor-oriented? The Water Taxi will take you to the foot of Federal Hill, atop which sits a 10.3 acre park, offering sweeping views of the Inner Harbor. Discover the city by boat and find yourself vowing to never take a land-faring taxi again!
Our ‘Summer in Baltimore’ Package will encourage you and your family to venture outside of the hotel and fall in love with what Baltimore has to offer: quaint shops, nestled deep within neighborhoods full of history and charm, a rich aquarium, science center and waterfront Galleria, and even the last remaining submarine from World War II. To book, click here.