Sagamore Pendry Baltimore
What it is
A 1914 harborside building reborn as the best of Baltimore, with 128 sumptuous rooms, a whiskey bar and an al fresco pool deck.
What it isn't
Home to its own spa. But with a partnership with a local spa just a block away (plus in-room treatments), you won’t miss it.
What we think
When it comes to the East Coast’s must-see cities, Baltimore is drastically underrated. The seaport is every bit as historically steeped as D.C. or New York (don’t believe us? Stop by The Horse You Came In On, the 1775 saloon Edgar Allen Poe used to frequent). This new hotel combines the best of old and new: rooms are fitted with classic touches—tufted leather Chesterfield sofas here, mahogany and brass detailing there—plus bountiful modern thrills for the Instagram generation (note the floor to ceiling windows and cherry-picked art gracing the walls). No expense was spared; your bed linens were woven of Egyptian cotton and flax by Italy’s Fili D’oro.
You're here because
The pool deck feels more Miami than Maryland, frankly, and that’s a delicious thing—especially when you can hole up in a cabana and order a Georgia Mule, with vodka, peach, lemon and ginger beer.
It has been a week (Month? Year?), so you’re more than ecstatic when you descend to The Cannon Room—an American whiskey bar with literal antique cannons housed under glass between the floorboards. You order a ‘Double Oak’ Sagamore Spirit, made in a 1909 Maryland farmhouse with water from a limestone aquifer, take one sip, and BOOM! Your night is made.
Restaurants & Bars
Rec Pier Chop House & Lounge - Italian cuisine with a progressive, seasonally focused menu created by award-winning chef Andrew Carmellini
The Cannon Room - an American whiskey bar with a storied past and a carefully curated menu of bourbon, rye and premium whiskey.
The Pool - an outdoor seasonal bar and grill for dining, lounging and cocktails with panoramic views of the harbor, marina, and city skyline
In historic Fells Point, set directly on the water atop a pier just steps from the nightlife action (Poe’s bar, The Horse You Came In On, is just a block up Thames Street.)