Baltimore Hotel

A Hotel in Middlesbrough, Cleveland

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

250 Marton Road

Baltimore Hotel, Middlesbrough

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The Baltimore is situated within walking distance of the Town Centre, Business, Retail and Leisure areas of the Town, as well as the Riverside Stadium. The Hotel also offers ample on-site free car parking and a 24 hour porterage service. 31 en suite bedrooms offer a range of accommodation from a large suite to double, twin and single rooms.

All rooms have Satellite Television, complimantary Wi-Fi internet access, radio, direct dial telephones, trouser press, hair dryer and complimentary hospitality tray.

3 star rating

From: £47.00

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