Lord Baltimore Hotel Information
The Lord Baltimore Hotel, the iconic grand dame of Baltimore, has been brought back to its full grandeur and glory. Rubell Hotels has re-imagined this classic landmark for a new generation of travelers.
The Lord Baltimore was originally built in 1928 by architect William Lee Stoddart. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places
and was visited by Martin Luther King, Jr. among a host of other historic luminaries. It is a 23-story, 440-room property in the heart of downtown Baltimore. New York designer Scott Sanders, formerly of the Ralph Lauren interior design department, has brought a modern private-club aesthetic to both the over sized hotel rooms and the impressive public spaces. He has re-imagined every inch of the hotel, including the 10,000 square-foot grand Calvert Ballroom; the French Kitchen, a modern French bistro housed in the famous Versailles Room; the LB Tavern, an iconic lobby bar, and the LB Bakery, a contemporary coffee house filled with freshly baked goods.
A national treasurer with all the modern conveniences,we welcome you to the Lord Baltimore Hotel.
20 W. Baltimore Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
The Association for Conflict Resolution has negotiated a block of rooms specifically for annual conference attendees. By booking your room at the Lord Baltimore, you support ACR's efforts to receive incentives from the hotel
The negotiated group rate is $150. To make reservations go to the hotel website: www.lordbaltimorehotel.com and click on reservations and enter the group ID 0915CONFLT with the arrival and departure dates and the group rate will populate.