The Washburn Room (Rate $139 - $175)
The Washburn Room is street-side on our second floor and is the Blue Door’s largest room. It faces Baltimore Street, separating Baltimore City into north and south as the unit block. The room name comes from the Civil War era of Patterson Park when the park became a large tent city and was used as a Union Army Rehabilitation Hospital. At that time Butcher’s Hill received its name. Many of the local residents were butchers who had shops and staging areas near the inner harbor and provided meats consumed by the Union Army.
Indulge yourself in this restful and romantic room with its King Sized Bed, sitting area with writing desk, and very large bathroom. Soak in the tub for a while. Enjoy a good book from our library, just next door, by the light of the room’s three tall windows. Or, just get away from everything to relax and revitalize. The Washburn also has in-room satellite television, wireless Internet access, the private bath with separate soaking tub and shower, and cozy robes to curl up in.
The Washburn can also accommodate a third traveler with its twin size fold out Ottoman.
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