A comfortable urban hotel on the Inner Harbor waterfront, Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor is just 10 miles from Baltimore-Washington Airport. They’re also conveniently located for Baltimore's public transportation system.
To / From Baltimore-Washington International Airport:
Take advantage of the Supreme Shuttle service to drive you to the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor hotel. While reservations are not required, advance reservations for trips from the airport may be placed via their website or 24-hour customer service line. Advance reservations benefit both you and Supreme in scheduling shuttles to meet demand.
Call 800-590-0000 or click here for pricing information or to reserve in advance.
Service is available on a first come, first serve basis from the lower level curb of all terminals. All taxis are metered. Approximate cost from Baltimore-Washington International Airport to Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor is $35.00.
The Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor is conveniently located only four blocks from the Metro subway system and only three blocks from the Lightrail. BUS-MTA picks up right outside the hotel, making it easy to explore the area. Stop by the Concierge desk for maps and schedules.
Three major airports serve Baltimore: Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport in Maryland, as well as Washington Dulles International Airport and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. Just 15 minutes from downtown, BWI Thurgood Marshall offers more than 650 flights daily to more than 70 domestic destinations, including London, Frankfurt and the Caribbean. The airport features easy access to the Light Rail as well as the BWI Amtrak Station.
Amtrak’s Penn Station is located 2 miles from the Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor.
1500 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201-5815
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From the North
Via I-95 South
Follow I-95 South through the Fort McHenry Tunnel ($4 toll) to exit 53 (I-395 North, Downtown)
Bear left off the exit and follow signs to the Inner Harbor
Via I-83 South
Follow I-83 South (Harrisburg Expressway) to the merger of I-83 and I-695 West
Continue on I-83/I-695 merger for one mile to Exit 23A (I-83 South, Downtown)
Proceed on I-83 (Jones Falls Expressway) until the expressway ends in the downtown area and becomes President Street
From the South
Via I-95 North
Follow I-95 North to Exit 53 (I-395 North, Downtown)
From the West
Via I-70 East
Follow I-70 East to Exit 91 (I-695 South, Glen Burnie)
Travel on I-695 South and take Exit 11A (I-95 North, Baltimore)
Proceed on I-95 North to Exit 53 (I-395 North, Downtown)
Charm City Circulator
A free, hybrid bus service, the Charm City Circulator features four routes that intersect in downtown Baltimore and connect to other transit such as the Light Rail, MARC, Metro Subway and the Baltimore Water Taxi. Call 410-350-0456 or go to www.charmcitycirculator.com.
The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) operates bus, Metro Subway, Light Rail and MARC train services. For fares and schedules, please call 888-218-2267 or 410-539-5000 or visit www.mta.maryland.gov. The Charm City Circulator is a free transportation service with four routes that intersect downtown Baltimore, including a route to Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine. The routes also connect to other forms of transit such as the Light Rail, MARC, the Metro Subway and the Baltimore Water Taxi.
Baltimore Water Taxi
With a fleet of 14 boats, water taxis operate continuous service to more than 35 attractions. Buy tickets on board any blue-and-white water taxi and take advantage of dozens of discounts. Contact Baltimore Water Taxi.