Hotel Brexton is a 29-room Queen Anne style boutique hotel. Originally constructed in 1881 it has a long and venerable history including for awhile being the home of a young Wallis Simpson, who would later become the Duchess of Windsor. Check out the video to get a glimpse inside the Hotel Brexton...
The Hotel Brexton is located in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood. The neighborhood is a National Landmark Historic district that in recent years has become a hub of cultural, artistic, and culinary innovation. Less touristy and more authentic than Georgetown, Mount Vernon is a great alternative for anyone looking to enjoy a remarkable part of Baltimore. A nice stroll or a quick trolley ride from all the hustle and bustle of the Inner Harbor area, guests have the option of making their trip as fast-paced or relaxed as they want. Having only 29 rooms ensures that every room in the building has character. Four-post Queen Anne beds and the antique furniture are all part of the Brexton experience. Many of the original features of the hotel are still in working order, including a beautiful spiral staircase as well as the original windows.
If you're looking for more than a place to crash at night, perhaps a peek into the history and character of Baltimore, look no further than Brexton. This charming boutique hotel that offers a glimpse into what makes Baltimore a timeless city.
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