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What's Old Is New Again

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway

Newly rehabbed 102-year-old Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway recently opened in the Station North Arts and Entertainment District. The official home of the Maryland Film Festival, the Parkway shows independent films year-round and is available to rent for private functions. The $18.2 million renovation project of the 1915 theater merged architectural elements of its century-old history with a new film center. The building is a classic Greek revival design, with the original tile floors, ceilings, ornate stage frame and a dramatic curving balcony preserved. Modern updates include a digital film booth, royal blue seats, surround-sound speakers and three theaters. 

Hotel Revival

Hotel Revival opened in Spring 2018 in the heart of Baltimore’s historic Mount Vernon neighborhood. The Joie De Vivre managed property is poised to contribute to the renewal of the historic neighborhood through a vibrant guest experience, new restaurants and bars, while simultaneously embracing Mount Vernon’s notable history of art and culture.

Hotel Revival

The new 107-room, 14 story boutique hotel will be located at 101 West Monument Street, across from Mount Vernon Square.

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore

In the heart of the maritime neighborhood of Fell’s Point is the gleaming Sagamore Pendry Baltimore, a luxury hotel perched atop the restored Recreation Pier built in 1914. During its lifetime, the pier has welcomed immigrants from around the world, been used as a community center, stored port cargo, and served as a television studio before being abandoned for many years. 

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore

Today it features 128 guest rooms and suites overlooking the harbor, a ballroom, a whiskey bar and an interior garden with a sculpture by artist Fernando Botero. The project is a venture backed by Kevin Plank, founder of Under Armour, the campus of which you can view while relaxing in the hotel’s waterfront pool.  

The Ivy Hotel

Located in the historic Mount Vernon neighborhood, The Ivy Hotel opened following an $18 million restoration into Baltimore’s first luxury boutique hotel. The brownstone building dates back to the late 1800s and in the 1980s, when it was a city-owned Inn at Government House, housed visiting dignitaries. The Ivy’s 18 guest accommodations – nine suites and nine rooms – each have a fireplace, a private bathroom, and character and charm all its own. Some feature balconies, and others have easy access to the boutique Ivy spa.

The Ivy Hotel

Other amenities at the pet-friendly property include fine-dining restaurant Magdalena, serving modern American cuisine, conservatory, tea room, library, game room, breakfast room and music room with a piano belonging to the heirs of the late 1800s property’s owners. A ‘highly inclusive’ room rate includes breakfast, afternoon tea, WiFi, cocktails/wine, gratuities and the use of the hotel house car, an antique black London taxicab, for transfers within the city limits.

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