at 101 W Fayette St, Baltimore, 21201 United States
The Baltimore Harbor Hotel is a high-rise hotel complex located in Baltimore, Maryland. The complex contains two nearly identical towers, rising to 302 feet/92 meters, containing 27 floors and making them among the tallest buildings in Baltimore.The hotel opened as The Statler Hilton Baltimore in 1967 with just one tower, containing 352 rooms. The second tower was a later addition. The hotel eventually became the Baltimore Hilton. In 1984, it was renamed the Omni International Baltimore, in 2000 the Wyndham Baltimore, and in 2006 the Sheraton Baltimore City Center. The hotel left Sheraton on May 29, 2014, and was renamed the Baltimore Harbor Hotel.What is today known as the Baltimore Harbor Hotel, located in the inner harbor of Baltimore, Maryland,originally opened as a Statler Hilton in 1967. The hotel was a part of the Charles Center urban renewal project. The sponsors and developers, the Hilton Hotels Corporation and the Metropolitan Structures, Inc., signed a contract on July 25, 1964. The hotel was expected to cost $12 million and to contain 500 to 800 rooms in two towers. The first tower was scheduled to be completed by mid-1966. The head architect of the project was William B. Tabler; a famous hotel architect who has designed Statler Hiltons throughout the country. Graduating from Harvard University with a bachelors and a masters degree by 1939. Recognized as an expert on hotel architecture by publishing Rules of Thumb in 1946.The hotel was the site of a 1980 Presidential debate between Ronald Reagan and John B. Anderson. The Baltimore Harbor Hotel's North Tower has 23 floors, and the South Tower has 27 floors.
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