Picture the world's largest tow show inside a state-of-the-art convention center nestled in our country's most alluring and historic harbor, the site of the battle that inspired our national anthem. See the booms rising toward the ceiling across an indoor space equal to 10 football fields.
AT’s imagination is connected to the tow boss' hopes and dreams and the Exposition has continued to grow over three decades to become the largest niche-truck show in the world. Many have called it the most creative trade show of any industry.
The Exhibit Hall inside the Baltimore Convention Center features 250 exhibitors; suppliers to everything towing, transport, road service and repair. AT Expo is a manufacturers' show featuring builders of wreckers, wheel-lifts and carriers, transport trailers and truck chassis. Every piece of equipment and tow accessory that exists is on display and for sale. Tow bosses who also own auto repair and auto body facilities will also find the "Garage District" on the floor displaying what's critical to these operations, from car and truck lifts to repair equipment.
The show takes at least two days to pass through. If you’re the kind who likes to talk and engage with the product and service experts in the booths, it takes the full three days.
Exhibit Hall Hours:
Friday, November 16, 2-5 pm
Saturday, November 17, 11 am-6 pm
Sunday, November 18, 10 am-4 pm
Car and truck repair facility owners, whether independent shops or diversified into towing services, find the Garage District a strategic destination site for equipment research and purchasing.
If you are a...
• Auto Repair Shop Owner
• Dealership Auto Repair Shop Manager
• Auto Body Shop Owner
• Auto Repair Shop Owner w/Towing Service
• Auto Body Shop Owner w/Towing Service
• Truck Repair Facility Owner
• Truck Repair Shop Owner w/Towing Service
These in-depth Intelligence Briefings are critical to a Commander In Chief of an emergency road service operation.
Learn about crucial issues in managing a towing business from Axles to Z-Series Lifts. The industry leaders who facilitate our seminars are the best in the industry. No one does educational conferences like American Towman.
Your Intel Passport gets you access to all the seminars you are able to attend. $125 through advance registration, $195 on-site.
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The Towing & Recovery Conference is all about enhancing your roadside talents and knowledge, with instruction from some of the most trusted trainers in the industry.
Seminars Include: (scroll to view more)
Protecting Evidence Hold Vehicles
This seminar explores ways tow companies can avoid contaminating valuable trace evidence. Terry Abejuela, American Towman Magazine; Friday, 9 a.m.
What NOT to Expect on a Recovery
What not to expect on a recovery can’t be learned. Shane Coleman, Jerr-Dan; Friday, 10 a.m.
Wreckers in Trouble
Avoid sloppy actions on-scene, questionable vehicle operations and chances that tower’s repeatedly take. Randall Resch, American Towman Magazine; Friday, 11 a.m.
The Automobile Club of Southern California lockout session provides foundational training on lockout basics with a focus on damage prevention. Topics include; basic lockout guidelines, discussion of locking mechanisms, safety around airbags and key lockout techniques. The session will conclude with Q & A. Michael Stevens, AAA Dallas; Friday, 10 a.m.
Towman/Fireman Cross Training 101
Many tow companies are organizing cross training sessions with local first responders in their area. In the first 90-minute session of Cross Training 101, respected cross-trainer for the fire, rescue and towing disciplines Ron Moore will show how to organize and conduct a cross training exercise with the fire department.
This will be followed by "Towmen and Firemen: Situations and Expertise," a second 90-minute seminar that teaches how fire and towing can rely on each other's knowledge and expertise in specific situations Ron Moore, Training Officer; Prosper, Texas, Fire and Rescue; Friday, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Synthetic Chain Vs. Steel Chain
Is synthetic chain a possible solution to some of the old problems in using steel chain in the towing industry? Terry Abejuela, American Towman Magazine; Saturday, 8 a.m.
Billing for Liquid Debris Cleanup - an Untapped Resource
This seminar explores the law and regulation, dealing with the insurer, proper cleanup and getting paid. Jim Figueira, Environmental Chemical Solutions; Saturday, 9 a.m.
"Scooby's Mystery Theater"
An entertaining theatrical review of air cushion jobs worldwide. Howard "Scooby" Eagan, Matjack. Saturday, 11 a.m.
Recovery seminar by WreckMaster, facilitated by one of WreckMaster's lead instructors. Topic to be determined. WreckMaster, Sunday, 9 a.m.
Virtually everything has changed in towing in the last 50 years. Technology is changing how we take calls, don’t be left behind. Efficiency and quality is on everyone's mind. John Borowski, Auto Return; Friday, 9 a.m.
Turn Your Dispatch into a Profit Center
Join Mike Porter of Speed’s Towing as he shows attendees a 10-step process that will train your dispatch to be inside sales people. It all starts with STEEP: Smile-Tone-Engage-Empathy-Polite. Mike Porter, Speed’s Towing; Friday, 10 a.m..
PPI Management and Automation
Explore dispatching, impound and lien processing automation related to locating, dispatching, impounding, owner, lien holder and police notifications. Todd Althouse, Beacon Software; Friday, 11 a.m.
Simpler, Smarter Dispatch and Pricing
Send messages to stranded motorists, make better assignment decisions with better mapping and handle pricing complexities more efficiently. Jim Shellhaas; Ranger SST; Saturday, 8 a.m.
How to double sales revenue without spending more money on online marketing based on Conversion Rate Optimization. Will examine two critical types of conversion rates: online conversion rates and sales conversion rates. Daniel Ostrov, Whiterail Media; Friday, 9 a.m.
Online Interaction: Stand Out in the Crowd
Tips and tricks for your company’s online customer interaction for local business listings, with addition information as to what could be coming in the future and what it means for business owners. Presented by a Google-owned company, Podium. Evan Westensee, Podium; Friday, 10 a.m.
How Apps Will Drive Towing Business
How do towmen place themselves in the best position of opportunity for volumes of work in the future. Knowing where the consumer behavior is heading can give you an advantage over your competition. Sam Johnson ("The Blue Collar Guy"), TowZing; Friday, 11 a.m.
Keeping Pace with Google Changes
Learn what Google is looking for this year on your website to drive more cash calls to your business. Dennis Wencel, Lift Marketing Group; Saturday, 8 a.m.
Driving Calls–Finding Customers in the Micro–Moment
This open-forum discussion is intended to help towers understand just how powerful PTSD is, and how to seek help when necessary. Randall Resch, American Towman Magazine; Friday, 9 a.m.
Avoiding Job-Related Health Hazards
A power point presentation and discussion on the dangers of blood borne pathogens, being stuck with sharp objects and the crisis of being exposed to Fentanyl while doing a job. Don K. Hudson, Troy Auto Care; Captain, Troy (Mich.) Fire Dept.; Friday, 10 a.m.
Check Up from the Neck Up
D.J. Harrington will discuss what a tower can do to effectively prepare, monitor or change any negative or ineffective mindset patterns so he or she can perform at his or her best level every day. D.J. Harrington, Phone Logic; Friday, 11 a.m.
Information on what is happening with the increase of insurance premiums in the towing industry, types of claims that the underwriters are identifying as causes and strategies that towing companies could employ to help reduce their claims and rates. Bobby Tuttle, CIRT; Saturday, 9 a.m.
The most current information possible on the ELD mandate and the most up to date status of the proposed exemption request from TRAA. Brian J. Riker, Fleet Compliance Solutions; Saturday, 10 a.m.
OSHA and the Towing Industry
Exploring the broad scope and reach of the OSH Act, which is where OSHA and related state agencies draw their authority from. Includes how other federal agencies have some jurisdiction over towers health, safety and environment regulations. Brian J. Riker, Fleet Compliance Solutions; Sunday, 9 a.m.
Putting the "Service" Back in Customer Service
Customer service is such an important part of the job, however it has become a lost practice. How often do you even get a thank you nowadays? Don K. Hudson, Troy Auto Care; Captain, Troy (Mich.) Fire Dept.; Sunday, 10 a.m.
Who is Driving the Bus(iness)?
Are you driving the business or is the business driving you? Learn how to take control and run a more fluid business allowing you to focus on growth and profitability. John Borowski, Auto Return; Sunday, 10 a.m.
Are You Hiring Eagles or Turkeys?
D.J. Harrington will give you techniques to help you quickly identify the right people so you can avoid hiring the Turkeys and hire more Eagles. D.J. Harrington, Phone Logic; Sunday, 10 a.m.
Custom-painting a wrecker is a many-layered process; and this seminar will cover the differences in custom-painting versus wrapping, the costs involved and the different values of both processes. Cecil Burrowes, Cecil Customs. Sunday, 9 a.m.
The Police Towers Conference features a seminar discussing strategy for increasing your town's regulated rates. Having statistics to back up one's case for a rate increase can mean all the difference. The Conference will also cover ways to cultivate a strong relationship with the town and the police department. Attendees will be given a strategy paper and template for a proposal to your town. Presented by Ron Myers, Police Towers of America; Saturday, 8-11 a.m.
A great Conference for officers of state associations and tow company owners. Auto Return’s VP of Government Affairs Jay Atkins of Auto Return, and Executive Directors Cynthia Martineau of TRAA and Joseph Hollabaugh of the Association of Professional Towers-Ohio (APTO) will give you the tools to effectively interact with your state legislators that will help get laws favorable to the towing profession passed; Saturday, 9-11 a.m.
The nation's top trainers are here in Baltimore to give you a top-tier learning experience in Rotator training provided by WreckMaster (additional fee required), and Luxury Vehicle Education provided by Allstate Roadside Services for free on the show floor.
Choose a training class below (or the green menu at the top) to learn more:
Rotator training is open to all towers! WreckMaster instructors conduct this special 12-hour course with a classroom and outdoor component at Camden Yards across from the Convention Center.
Fee is $595 in advance, $695 on-site
Thursday, November 15
8 am - 12 noon Classroom
1 pm - 5 pm Hands-On Training at Camden Yards Lot H
Friday, November 16
8 am - 12 noon Classroom
Recovery Billing Course
Led by Bob & Eric Fouquette of Recovery Billing Unlimited
Fee: $1850, includes two company personnel,
and exhibit floor badge
This is the famous 8-hour course that teaches fellow towers how to become more profitable for the work they do.
8-hour course covers:
• Building the proper tow business from the ground up
• Remediation of the accident scene to free you from future liability
• Proper way of writing acceptable recovery invoices
• Obtaining payment from insurance companies for proper billing
• Billing on property damage liability insurance only
• State, Local, and Federal laws reviewed
• Guest speakers including: Insurance Executive, Attorney
Includes Academy Passport.
Saturday, November 17, 2018 8 am – 12 Noon, Recovery Billing Course**, Bob & Eric Fouquette, Recovery Billing Unlimited, BCC
Sunday, November 18, 2018 8 – 12 Noon, Recovery Billing Course**, Bob & Eric Fouquette, Recovery Billing Unlimited, BCC
Cecil Burrowes Mini-Clinic
Burrowes will present two mini-clinics throughout each afternoon at the AT Station:
1) Handpainting trucks–the process
2) Wraps vs Handpainted, the Value of Each
At AT Station on the Show Floor
FREE TIM Training
The comprehensive traffic incident management training was developed by responders, for responders. Participants engage in interactive, hands-on incident resolution exercises. Learning to coordinate response activities and optimize operations in the classroom is vital to responding effectively in the field and to building a unified national practice on incident management.
The target audience for this course is all TIM disciplines, including: Communications, Emergency Management, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Fire/Rescue, Law Enforcement, Towing and Recovery, and Transportation/Public Works.
The intelligence offered at the seminars, in the exhibit booths and during the many opportunities to network, make AT Expo XXX a dynamic experience unparalleled in our industry. From the Academy corridors to the exhibit floor, from the Towman Cruise, the Bull and Pig Roast (Miller Rocks!) to Calitri's Cuba, from the Donnie Recovery Luncheon to Festival Night, AT Expo XXX brings you the moments to click bottle necks and break bread with your peers. Your peers are a great resource at the Expo with some 14,000 towing professionals attending.
Networking with peers, industry educators and exhibitor personnel is what AT Expo is all about. You may drill deep into a supplier segment, like motor clubs and call providers, trainers or insurance companies. There are 250 exhibitors on the floor.
No matter which AT Expo hotel you may be staying at you’ll be at home with the towing industry.
You’ll see old friends and make new ones.
Choose an event below (or the blue menu at the top) to learn more:
Miller Rocks! on Friday Night at the Hard Rock Cafe, sponsored by Miller Industries, has been a tradition at AT Expo for 13 years. There's nothing like it as towing professionals take over the Hard Rock Cafe. It's first-come first-served for the Bull & Pig Roast, but the party keeps on going! Whether you're inside the Hard Rock or out in the Miller pavilion by the water, you'll chill out like never before!
Great food, live music, magic, and more!
Friday, November 16, 7:30 pm
VIP Passport: Cigar aficionados will enjoy a VIP experience at Calitri's Cuba; You receive AT's own signature, premium cigar along with a second premium cigar & gift, compliments of TowToolz, as well as a Premium-Aged Cognac Drink from Auto Return. A $60 value, all for just $25 for advance-registrants. You may bring one nonsmoking guest at no charge to enjoy the cash bar.
You may also be part of Calitri's Cuba without fee and receive a handrolled cigar, compliments of American Towman. This option is also on the online registration form.
New Location at Dick's Last Resort.
Friday, November 16, 9-11 pm
Luxury Vehicle Education
On the show floor: Free and Open to All
Allstate Roadside Services will be conducting Education classes on the towing methods for various makes and models of luxury and premium vehicles.
Participants will have the opportunity to see how to safely secure and tow a variety of luxury and premium vehicles during exposition hours.
Dates & times available soon
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Best Practices in Damage Mitigation
12 noon - 1:00 pm
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
1:30 noon - 2:30 pm
In addition to being a 32-year veteran tower and eight time winner of the American Wrecker Pageant at ATExpo in Baltimore, Paul Stephens began his career in industry training with Jerr-Dan Corp. in 1993. Recognized as an international industry leader/trainer for luxury vehicles, Paul currently works with towing equipment manufacturers on developing improvements to the equipment so the tower's job can be easier and more efficient. Paul works with municipalities to formulate formal training programs, and has taught in every province of Canada and every state in the US.
A great time to network with peers and motor club representatives.
Tow companies nominated by motor clubs and call providers for service reliability and service excellence qualify for the Towman ACEs award. Recipients receive certificates and a press release mailed to their local newspapers. ACEs who attend AT Expo receive the 2018 ACEs Buckle.
Sunday, November 18, 2:00 pm
Captains of Industry
Police Towers of America and it's impact on police contracts will be addressed. The second address will be on our industry's progress on Roadside Safety. Includes surf and turf at the Captains Long Table.
Ron Meyers, President of Police Towers of America will give the keynote address on the Future of Police Towing. Bill Byers will speak on the State of Roadside Safety.
Thursday, November, 15th, Renaissance Hotel $75 Captains Dinner ticket
Celebration is a big part of AT Expo. It starts Thursday night with AT's Welcome Cruise. Enjoy dinner and then roam on the Spirit of Baltimore as it cruises the Inner Harbor. A great way to kick off the American Towman Experience at AT Expo XXX.
So join your peers for dinner cruising the Inner Harbor Thursday evening. Get the lay of the land from the water; enjoy Baltimore's beautiful city-scape.
Thursday, November 15
Boarding: 6:30 pm
Departs: 7:00 pm
Celebrating towing's legendary trainer, Donnie Cruse, this unique conference Friday at noon dissects and critiques the winning recoveries of the Donnie Cruse Recovery Awards. All recovery specialists welcome.
Morton's Steakhouse Friday, November 16, 12:00 Noon
American Towman has dished out its "Legendary Hospitality" since 1989 when the Expo was born. Towmen and tow-women are welcomed with the respect they deserve. As an American Towman guest you can partake in the Friday Night Bull & Pig Roast, sponsored by Miller Industries at Miller Rocks at the Hard Rock Café! As an Academy participant you can enjoy complimentary breakfasts. At the American Towman Station you’ll be treated to cookies, nuts and coffee. On Super Sunday you can dig into Sunday Pie!
Why such hospitality? You are a member of the greatest service industry in America.
Please visit our Event Schedule for dates and times
Join fellow Skeet Shooters for the Towman Skeet. Transportation is provided and leaves from the Pratt Street Lobby entrance of the Baltimore Convention Center at 9 am to bring you to Prince George's County Trap and Skeet Center in Glenn Dale, MD. Equipment and supplies are included in price.
Lunch will be provided before being transported back to the convention center.
Friday, November 16, 9 am. Lunch Included
Burrowes will present two mini-clinics throughout each afternoon at the AT Station:
1) Handpainting trucks–the process
2) Wraps vs Handpainted, the Value of Each
Ron Moore Mini Clinics Tool Update Mini-clinic: Cribbing
Learn how your local Fire/Rescue department uses common cribbing to support heavy, lifted loads and how to calculate cribbing capacities in this short, hard-hitting Tool Update mini-clinic by Ron Moore.
Tool Update Mini-clinic: High-pressure Airbags In this mini-clinic by Ron Moore, the safe and efficient use of high-pressure lifting airbags at Real World incidents is presented. If you have these on your truck and you plan on using them at a scene, you’ll want to be present for this important tool update.
Saturday, November 17, 2018, 12 – 5 pm
Tool Updates Mini Clinics presented by Ron Moore, University of Extrication
Tow Marketing Mini Clinics to Grow Your Business presented by OMG National
11 am & 1 pm: Getting Business by Giving it Away!
A hard look at using promotional products and image building give-aways to maintain and build market share, Abby Rappaport, MBA, OMG National 12 & 2 pm: DOMINATE VOICE SEARCH! Find Me a Tow Truck! How to be THE answer when they ask! Mike Rappaport, OMG National
Spirit Ride Reception
Held at the Spirit Ride Commemorative Exhibit on the show floor, all Spirit Riders and SR Sponsors are invited for cake, cookies and coffee to join Mike and Ilce Corbin, AT's Publisher Dennie Ortiz and editors Brendan Dooley, Charles Duke, Randy Resch and Terry Abejuela and American Towman TV's Emily Oz.
Friday, Nov, 16, 1:30 p.m.
Back in 1988 I was having a beer with a few tow bosses who recounted incidents where they had acted heroically. I began imagining an event where a medal of valor was placed around the necks of such tow operators … and so the American Towman Medal was conceived. These heroics had never been recognized before. American Towman would change that.
Since 1989 the Towman Medal has been awarded to some 300 towers, and another 200 towers received the Commendation; these honors mark some of the most amazing acts in the annals of human rescue. Indiana Jones and Superman have nothing on the American Towman.
The Medal Ceremony has evolved over the years into the March of the Heroes. The Towman Order salutes the Medal and Commendation honorees, followed by the bequeathing of the Medal as the heroic stories are told to the Festival Night audience.
Festival Night is a celebration of everything unique and powerful about the towing industry. These days, attendees dine on surf and turf and thrill to a live performance of the Mike Corbin band and the Towman Ballads that Mike has created, such as "The Road Calls," "Booms in the Sky" and "Bless the Spirit Riders."
Don't miss the 30th! It will be all that It's imagined to be.
Renaissance Harborplace Hotel. Saturday, November 17, 7 pm. $75 per person.
Official Tow Truck:
American Wrecker Pageant
Having observed and judged many state wrecker pageants, I imagined what a national pageant could be in all its glory: All the amazing and wonderful graphics, the spit and shine, the custom-manufactured levers and wheels. Like in the movie "Field of Dreams," I knew that if American Towman built the event, they–the wrecker owners–would come.
Indeed they came from all over the nation, from Maine and Oregon, from Florida and Texas and every state in between, to drive their "Babies" to the American Wrecker Pageant in Baltimore vying for the legendary silver-plated trophies and the prestige of winning an American Towman honor.
The American Wrecker Pageant is a show in its own right. Wreckers of all sizes display original graphics and everything from landscape art to Looney Toons characters, comic book heroes to Jesus Christ, dragon slayers to Marilyn Monroe. Carriers display vintage vehicles and hot rods on their backs.
Where the Miss America Pageant may have ditched its bathing suit competition, the American Wrecker Pageant continues to reveal it all. Attendees can ogle to their heart's content and then vote.
Light Duty (pre-2017), Light Duty (2017-2018), Medium Duty, Vintage (pre 1991), Service/Support Truck, HD Single Axle, HD Tandem, Rotator, Carrier. A towing company may enter one truck per class and up to three trucks.
First place winners of previous year can enter in same class they won in, however, not with the same winning truck.
Thirty years ago, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor fueled American Towman’s vision for the world's largest tow industry event. AT Expo's founder, Steve Calitri, brought his boys down for the weekend and was struck by the magnificence of the Harbor and how all the hotels were right there.
Baltimore's Inner Harbor is the most popular destination site in the Northeast. It offers world-class food, shops, ships for touring, the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center and water taxis that take you to all points of interest including historic Fells Point.
There's nothing like a walk around the Harbor, and AT Expo events all take place there: Miller Rocks!, Calitri's Cuba, Festival Night. The Baltimore Convention Center is just two blocks from the water.
Select a hotel for more information below or at the blue menu above:
Luxurious rooms w/harborview,
fitness center, restaurant/bar. Free shuttle to and from Baltimore Convention Center Free Internet.
Discover waterfront relaxation in the heart of Baltimore with spacious, tastefully designed hotel rooms and an extensive array of first-class amenities, as well as a terrific hotel location in downtown's bustling Harbor East district, just steps from top-quality shopping and dining. Rooms and suites offer flat-screen TVs, deluxe bedding, an ergonomic work space, and more, while many rooms feature striking waterfront views of Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Savor fine dining at Apropoe's, our hotel's signature restaurant, take a dip in our indoor pool, or stay productive at our business center. Simple access to the Baltimore Aquarium, Fells Point, and Camden Yards.
Show your badge & receive 10% off food/meal purchases at hotel restaurants, bar and coffee shop on Friday & Saturday nights.
Renaissance Harborplace Hotel
American Towman Headquarters Hotel. 4-Star, rooms w/harborview, fitness center, restaurant/bar, connected to Mall. Two blocks from Baltimore Convention Center.
Guests rave about the comfortable rooms and professional staff at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace, A Marriott Lifestyle Hotel located steps from the waterfront and across the street from the Inner Harbor. From the upper floors of the 12-story Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace, you can see clear across to the other side of the city's hard-working harbor. But the 586 rooms have more than just views: the decor is sleek and sophisticated. There's luxury to spare, with pillowtop beds, top-of-the-line linens and marble bathrooms stocked with spa-quality toiletries. Up-to-the-minute amenities include flat-panel TVs and iPod docks, and coffeemakers are also standard. Wi-Fi is available for a fee. There are two restaurants and a cocktail lounge on-site, as well as a heated indoor pool. The fitness room is large and has a range of cardio and weight-training equipment, and there's also a business center and guest laundry facilities. The Renaissance is on the northern edge of the Inner Harbor, less than a 10-minute walk from its shopping, dining and street shows. Inclement weather is never a problem, as a skywalk connects the hotel to Harborplace, a sprawling waterfront mall with dozens of shopping and dining opportunities. Orioles Park at Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles, is a 15-minute walk.
Show your badge & receive 10% off food/meal purchases at hotel restaurants, bar and coffee shop on Friday & Saturday nights.
Marriott Inner Harbor
One block from Baltimore Convention Center, fitness center, restaurant.
Complimentary Internet. Towman Specials when you show your badge.
An unforgettable hotel visit awaits you at the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards. They combine style, substance, and service with an impeccable location near Baltimore's famed Inner Harbor; the National Aquarium, M&T Bank Stadium, and Camden Yards are also just moments away. Make yourself comfortable in your spacious room or suite, and enjoy perks including featherbed mattresses and 32-inch LCD TVs. Enjoy a meal and a cup of Illy coffee at The Yard, our on-site restaurant, or fit in a workout at our modern 24-hour gym.
Towman specials when you show your badge.
Connected to Baltimore Convention Center by convenient catwalk.
Includes free WiFi, fitness center, pool, and meeting room availability.
With a stay at Hilton Baltimore in Baltimore (Downtown Baltimore), you'll be minutes from Geppi's Entertainment Museum and Oriole Park at Camden Yards. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of 1st Mariner Arena and Hippodrome Theatre. Make yourself at home in one of the 757 air-conditioned rooms featuring iPod docking stations and plasma televisions. Your room comes with a pillowtop bed. Cable programming provides entertainment, and wired and wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature designer toiletries and hair dryers. Enjoy a range of recreational amenities, including an indoor pool, a sauna, and a fitness center. This Art Deco hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands.Enjoy a meal at a restaurant or in a coffee shop/café. Or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and meeting rooms. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
$195 Sgl/Dbl, $215 T, $235 Q
Lord Baltimore Hotel
Two blocks from Baltimore Convention Center, bar & grill, fitness center.
Voted one of the best historic hotels in the nation, Lord Baltimore offers 440 guest rooms and suites by interior designer Scott Sanders, four unique custom-designed full-floor 3,000 square-foot penthouse suites with panoramic views of downtown Baltimore, French Kitchen – a market-driven French restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Fitness Center – Complimentary 24-hour gym with state-of-the-art cardiovascular and weight-training equipment, and Business Center – Complimentary lobby work station with touchscreen computers and wireless printing. Rooms include Free High Speed Wireless Internet, 40-inch flat-screen TV with 60 complimentary HD channels, Digital safe with 17-inch laptop capacity, and more.
$150 Sgl/Dbl, T, Q
Days Inn Inner Harbor
Across from Baltimore Convention Center, bar & grill, fitness ctr.
Located in Baltimore, Days Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor is in the business district and minutes from 1st Mariner Arena and Baltimore Convention Center. This hotel is within close proximity of Geppi's Entertainment Museum and Hippodrome Theatre. Make yourself at home in one of the 249 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. 37-inch flat-screen televisions with satellite programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include laptop-compatible safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily. Enjoy recreational amenities such as an outdoor pool and a fitness center. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services. Featured amenities include a business center, express check-out, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Planning an event in Baltimore? This hotel has facilities measuring 1400 square feet (130 square meters), including meeting rooms. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Sheraton Inner Harbor
One block from Baltimore Convention Center with a catwalk, indoor pool, fitness center.
Our Baltimore Inner Harbor hotel surrounds you with the best of Baltimore. Connected to The Baltimore Convention Center and steps from the magnificent Inner Harbor and Oriole Park at Camden Yards, we are conveniently located near everything that makes our city so wonderful. Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel has everything you need for a comfortable and relaxing stay. Dine in one of our two Sheraton Baltimore Inner Harbor restaurants or take advantage of our state-of-the-art fitness center. Spend a day at The National Aquarium with your family or if you're traveling for business, the Baltimore Convention Center is located right next door.
$180 Sgl/Dbl, $200 T, $220 Q
Holiday Inn Inner Harbor
One block from Baltimore Convention Center, indoor pool, fitness center.
Located in the Baltimore Inner Harbor area, the hotel is ideally situated near the city's best attractions, Baltimore Convention Center, Oriole Park at Camden Yard, Royal Farms Arena, University of Maryland and major businesses. Large indoor pool open year-round. Many attractions within six blocks, including National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center, and Port Discovery Children's Museum. Wired Internet Available in Rooms, Suites, Business Center, Public Areas and Meeting Spaces.
$145 Sgl/Dbl, $165 T, $185 Q
One block from Harbor and two blocks to Baltimore Convention Center, fitness center.
Discover an exceptional hotel experience along the waterway at Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor. A blend of urban luxury and local charm, our Baltimore hotel is the perfect business and vacation destination on the picturesque Inner Harbor. Relax in stylish rooms and suites with stellar views of the harbor and lifestyle comforts that give you a sense of home. Enjoy creative local cuisine and a trendy vibe at Bistro 300 or meet for share plates and cocktails at our Lounge.
Connected by skywalk to the Baltimore Convention Center, our hotel features over 35,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Get inspired or celebrate in unique meeting venues, with sumptuous catering and sophisticated décor for weddings, business events, conferences and conventions. Impress your friends or colleagues with a cocktail party or event in the chic ambiance of our Pisces lounge overlooking the scenic harbor.
Explore the wonders of the Inner Harbor and Charm City from our downtown Baltimore hotel. Walk to exciting museums, historic landmarks and attractions like the National Aquarium, or catch a Baltimore Ravens game at M&T Stadium. Enjoy what happens when charm meets convenience at Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor.
$175 Sgl/Dbl, $200 T, $225 Q
Royal Sonesta Harbor Court
4-Star Hotel across from Harbor. Two blocks to Baltimore Convention Center.
Located on the picturesque waterfront, our hotel brings refinement, charm and laid-back style that stands-out among Baltimore, Maryland hotels. Winner of both the AAA Four Diamond Award and TripAdvisor's 2016 Certificate of Excellence, enjoy being at the center of it all at one of the top-rated hotels in Baltimore.
Settle into one of our 203 tastefully appointed guest rooms, stocked with world-class amenities and thoughtful touches with your comfort in mind. Grab a relaxed bite at Explorers-a must-try restaurant among Baltimore hotels, located conveniently onsite. Or venture outside for shopping, dining and local attractions just steps away.
Out of the many Baltimore Inner Harbor hotels, Sonesta is centrally located and provides access to a number of Baltimore's most exciting attractions. Our Baltimore hotel is near both the convention center and the Baltimore Aquarium, in addition to countless shop and dining opportunities to give you a real taste of what this impeccable city has to offer - no matter how short or long your stay. The opportunities are endless when you stay with Sonesta.