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Whether you are staying with us for business or leisure, no one can offer the best of Annapolis quite like the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Annapolis. We’re within walking distance of Annapolis Towne Centre and its unique shopping and dining options. A short ride via the hotel’s complementary shuttle takes you to Historic Annapolis and the waterfront, where you can find the sailing capital of the world and the freshest seafood you will ever eat, plus a lively music scene and more terrific shopping. We’re also close to Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and Baltimore/Washington International. At this Annapolis hotel, you are in the heart of it all and the center of our attention.
Our rooms are great to relax or work in, with our Sweet Dreams® bedding, free high-speed internet and ergonomic desk chairs. Suites include a king-sized bed, larger seating area with sofa bed, a kitchenette and upgraded bathrooms with a whirlpool tub and glass shower. Ports of Call, our on-site restaurant, serves a hot breakfast every morning as well as lunch and dinner specials. We also offer in-room dining and a 24-hour café for your convenience.
Our business center is open 24/7. We have 12,000 ft² of flexible meeting space for groups of 4-400, plus a dedicated meetings coordinator and an award-winning chef.
Join us at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Annapolis. We will greet you with one of our famous warm DoubleTree chocolate chip cookies and follow up with one of the best experiences you will ever have.
Our Annapolis hotel is less than five miles to many Annapolis area attractions. Visit the historic Maryland State House, the oldest state capital in continuous legislative use in the United States. Take a tour of the U.S. Naval Academy, established in 1845. Attend a sporting event or graduation at this prestigious military institution.
Take a tour of an 18th-century Georgian mansion built by William Paca, a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Stroll along historic Dock Street, also known as Ego Alley, and gaze at the yachts, sailboats and other watercraft while you shop and dine. Board a boat for a sightseeing cruise of the Chesapeake Bay. Explore the maritime history of the Chesapeake Bay at the Annapolis Maritime Museum or visit the National Sailing Hall of Fame. Stop by the Kunte Kinte-Alex Haley Memorial, which commemorates the place where Haley’s African ancestor Kunte Kinte arrived to the New World.