Baltimore's Hunt Valley Inn rebrands under Marriott's Delta Hotels brand

Hunt Valley Inn in Baltimore rebranded as the Delta Hotels Baltimore Hunt Valley. Following a transformative renovation, the Delta Hotels Baltimore Hunt Valley will continue operations as a full-service Marriott International brand.

“With the renovations that significantly elevated our product, we look forward to working with Marriott International to further amplify the guest experience as a Delta Hotel, where simple is made perfect,” Martin Svigir, GM of Delta Hotels Baltimore Hunt Valley, said in a statement. “The combination of the refreshed product and new brand power will seamlessly provide the area’s top accommodations for modern business and leisure travelers, groups and event guests.”

On the heels of a $15-million propertywide renovation to its 392 guestrooms and 30,000 square feet of event space, the conversion will further establish the property's reputation as Baltimore County’s leading conference hotel. The property has the area’s largest collection of meetings, events and weddings spaces, and is a new member of the Marriott Rewards loyalty program. Marriott Rewards members will earn points for their stay at Delta Hotels property, and can redeem for hotel stays across the Marriott Rewards portfolio of brands.

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The Delta Hotels Baltimore Hunt Valley follows the brand’s promise by providing amenities such as a destination bar/restaurant, grab-and-go dining options, charging stations, concierge services and complimentary Wi-Fi. With roots in Maryland’s horse country, this transformed hotel offers a contemporary style that blends a country club-like setting and a legacy as a storied dining and social center of the region. The property provides access to the Cinnamon Tree restaurant, and the hotel is situated near Baltimore’s business hubs with convenient access to the city’s downtown attractions and BWI Airport.

“We remain highly selective in partnerships during this exciting period of global growth for the Delta Hotels brand,” Greg Durrer, global brand leader Delta Hotels, said in a statement. “Hunt Valley Inn has a long, proven track record in hotel operations and management excellence, particularly given its desirable proximity to the major metro areas of Baltimore and Washington D.C.”

The Delta Hotels brand’s recent expansion into North America made the brand one of the fastest growing in the Marriott International portfolio. There are currently 38 Delta Hotels and the development pipeline has the brand growing to more than 80 hotels in the next 18-24 months, including growth into major global markets including New York, Shanghai and London.

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