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Four Seasons, Baltimore TravelAnne Hotel Checklist

Updated: Mar 3

Tucked into the rapidly growing Harbor East development, this sleek contemporary Four Seasons has an outdoor pool, spa with a view, and spectacular rooftop bar and restaurant. This is a 5 star experience no matter what time of year you visit!

By: TravelAnne Staff Writers

Editor's Note: In our humble opinion, Four Seasons hotels rarely disappoint! Add this one to your list of “go tos” especially if you wish to stay closer to home if you live in the DMV.

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TravelAnne Hotel Checklist

Four Seasons Baltimore, MD

Site Inspection December 2020

Year Built: 2011

Last Renovated: Residences and rooftop were completed

in 2015

Number of rooms: 256 rooms including 45 suites

Restaurants: 2 restaurants and 3 bars (with two other

restaurants adjacent to the property)

Activities: Swimming, boating, jogging trails, spa

and gym

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Spa: 10,000 square foot spa with 11 treatment

rooms, relaxation rooms, sauna and

steam rooms

Fitness Center: Yes. Harley Pasternak designed facility

with cardio machines, and weight

training equipment. Personal trainers

and poolside yoga are also available to

hotel guests

Third party ratings: Forbes 4 Star

US News & World Report Best Hotels '20

Shopping: There is a shop at the spa. More

importantly the hotel sits in the midst of a

shopping area that extends from Harbor

East to Fells Point

Extras: When you book through TravelAnne you

will receive daily complimentary

breakfast for two, $100 hotel credit and

upgrade if available at check-in. This

applies to ALL Four Seasons properties!

Click Here for further details.

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Arrival Experience: There are multiple doormen eager to

greet you and assist and make you feel

right at home.

Safety & Cleanliness: Four Seasons Hotels partnered with

Johns Hopkins University to create “Lead

with care” protocols. A fancy

temperature check machine at the front

desk. You were required to go and be

checked each day. Hand sanitizers were

well placed throughout the hotel for easy

access. Public areas cleaned once and

hour. Electrostatic cleaning and black

light detection for rooms. Communication

with all areas of the hotel through the

Four Seasons app if preferred to name a


Soft Goods: Fresh and oh so comfortable!

Room lighting: It was excellent even at night. Of course

during the day it didn’t hurt to have floor

to ceiling windows.

Technology in room: There were plugs next to bed tables and

multiple options at the working desk.

Large flat screen state of the art TV

Bathroom: Double sinks, lighted make up mirror,

separate rain shower and deep soaking

tub. Lots of plush towels and bathrobe

Closet & drawer space: Compact but well appointed closet for

the needs of a two to three night stay.

Drawer space exists in both the closet

and furniture piece in room that houses

the mini bar as well

Service: 9 on a scale of 1-10

View: Spectacular,especially if you plan on

spending time in your room. We have

also been in a partial harbor view room

which was nice but the WOW factor of

the full view is 5 star!

Sound proofing: Excellent

Activites: A nice compliment of small local

museums, fun restaurants, good spa and

pool will keep you busy!

Spa rating: 9 out of 10. Note you can even get a

spa treatment if you aren’t a hotel guest

if there is availability

Concierge: Ready and aiming to please!

Editor’s Note: Need a quick getaway? Click Here to book this property and receive daily breakfast for two, $100 hotel credit and upgrade if available at check-in!

What else would you expect from your favorite Travel Advisor!