Historic Inns of Annapolis unveils renovation

Historic Inns of Annapolis

Historic Inns of Annapolis, which includes Maryland Inn, Governor Calvert House and Robert Johnson House, completed its renovations. Located in the Annapolis Historical District, the Maryland landmark that dates back to 1772.

There are 124 rooms and nine suites in the property that spans four levels. The buildings have high ceilings while the crown molding is not the same in every room. There are 90 guestroom types.

The hotel’s color palette includes charcoal, white and blue. There are accents of plaid, toile and damask, as well as antique lighting fixtures. Décor includes colonial furnishings with traditional wall coverings by Schumacher.

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The new rooms at the Historic Inns of Annapolis pay homage to the US Naval Academy and Chesapeake Bay, through historical paintings and the color palette of robin’s egg blue. Design elements include pocket watch signage and restored historical artifacts.

Other key elements include: traditional pewter and antique lighting, HD TVs and fabrics in shades of charcoal and white with pops of blue and red. There are also gilded accents, Wilton weave inspired carpet and crown molding.

As part of a collection of properties managed by Remington Hotels, the Historic Inns of Annapolis offers a mix of Victorian character and modern amenities. The restored boutique homes are near Chesapeake Bay attractions. The hotel also provides access to dining, shopping and attractions.

Daryl Strayer is the general manager of the Historical Inns of Annapolis.

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