Hilton Garden Inn Annapolis Downtown officially opens

A guestroom at the Hilton Garden Inn Annapolis Downtown. Photo credit: Hilton

The Hilton Garden Inn Annapolis Downtown officially opened in Annapolis, Md. Managed by OTO Development, a Johnson Management company, the property offers 121 rooms and is located near the United States Naval Academy.

Located at 174 West Street, Hilton Garden Inn Annapolis Downtown is ideally located in the capital city's arts district, within walking distance of the Maryland State House, government offices, shopping and dining and less than a mile from the Naval Academy and Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. 

"The staff and I look forward to brightening the stay of guests traveling to the area for fun or business," Brad Brown, GM of the The Hilton Garden Inn Annapolis Downtown, said in a statement. "Our focus is to provide guests with the intuitive, heartfelt service they expect from the Hilton Garden Inn brand."


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Guests can dine on-property at Kitchen on West St., which offers indoor and outdoor seating for breakfast and casual dinner along with a specialty bar menu of beer, wine and crafted cocktails with a martini focus. The Pavilion Pantry/Garden Market is open 24/7, providing a complete selection of salty snacks, sweet treats, cold beverages and microwaveable packaged items.

The hotel also has 1,665 square feet of meeting space, complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the property, and a 24/7 fitness center with cardio and strength-training equipment.

There are 121 guestrooms at Hilton Garden Inn Annapolis Downtown, including two executive suites with outdoor terraces and eight balcony rooms. All of the rooms boast the brand's signature bedding with fresh, white duvets and crisp linens; a clutter-free work desk and ergonomic desk chair; and an in-room "hospitality center" with a mini fridge, microwave and Keurig coffee maker.

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