Delta Hotels Debuts in Northern Baltimore

Delta Hotels Baltimore North opened in Northern Baltimore in the historic neighborhood of Roland Park. The property is Delta's first branded hotel in Baltimore North.

Delta Hotels by Marriott Baltimore North is managed by Greenwood Hospitality.

"We are delighted to welcome this new hotel into the Delta Hotels family," said Jennifer McLennan, global brand leader Delta Hotels by Marriott.

"We know our guests are seasoned travelers looking for a seamless experience, and that is why we are laser focused on maximizing those key travel essentials that guests need during their stay."

The Delta Hotels by Marriott brand is rooted in simplicity and focused on perfecting the small details that make all the difference during travel.

Thoughtful design, complimentary water, a fully stocked Delta Pantry for Marriott Bonvoy Elite members and efficient service are just a few of the elements that bring this brand promise to life.

Delta Hotels by Marriott Baltimore North is just a few miles north of Baltimore's Famed Inner Harbor, the home of both Baltimore's Orioles and Ravens, and located less than just three miles of prestigious Johns Hopkins, Loyola and Towson Universities

The hotel features 147 guest rooms, a seasonal outdoor pool, a fitness center with state-of-the-art technology on equipment and complimentary on-site parking.

In addition to these amenities, Delta Hotels by Marriott Baltimore North also includes a full-service Mediterranean inspired restaurant and bar concept Scoozi, and a full-service stand-alone specialty coffee shop.

The property offers more than 5,176 square feet of technologically advanced meeting and conference space in more than eight meeting areas.

"The Delta Baltimore North offers the very best of what our guests need, from state-of-the-art technology to intricate design to meet the desires of both the modern business and leisure travelers," said Tom Cook, general manager.

This information is based off a press release from Delta Hotels Baltimore North.