Only one block from the center of town where historic points of interests abound, The Annapolis Inn is surrounded by the quiet and serenity of historic and majestic Prince George Street, boarded by the Chesapeake Bay, the United States Naval Academy, St. John’s College, the Annapolis City Dock, and the Maryland State House, the oldest state house in continuous use in the United States where George Washington resigned as Commander-In-Chief of the Continental Army and where the Treaty of Paris was signed ending the Revolutionary War. In keeping with its historic surroundings, The Annapolis Inn was once the home of Thomas Jefferson’s personal physician while Jefferson lived in Annapolis. Erected in 1762 the house and land were still part of England. The United States was yet to be established, and Marie Antoinette was yet to become the Queen of France. The Inn still displays the original aristocratic elegance that it possessed with spacious entertainment rooms and bedrooms, ornate gold-leaf plaster crown moldings, marble fireplaces and southern pine floors. The Inn is furnished with a blend of 18th Century furnishings from around the world accented with ten custom-made Swarovski crystal chandeliers and sconces, English tapestries, hand make oriental rugs and 100% Italian linens. Our custom designed baths have a look of rustic elegant charm with combinations of tumbled, honed and polished marbles, heated marble floors, towel warmers, massage therapy tubs, showers, and bidets.
4.6 on May 05, 2008
Having traveled to Annapolis multiple times, I found The Annapolis Inn to be the best place to stay on my most recent visit. It is truly top notch on par with places I have stayed around the world. The innkeepers (Alex and Joe) made us feel like family and were very responsive to our requests and questions. The house is exquisite and no expense has been spared with heated floors and towel racks in the bathrooms to the hand painted sinks. The location is unbeatable and extremely convenient to visit the Naval Academy as well as the downtown area. The breakfast is amazing all the way from the presentation to the various courses. We can’t wait to get back to Annapolis to stay at The Annapolis Inn again soon!
You enter your room through an elegant archway, crowned with the egg and dart design of the Georgian period,and you begin to be transported back in time. A refined and elegant room,your spirits are immediately lightened by the romantic English tapestry above your king size bed that flirts with you and toys with your interest. Beside your bed stands a magnificent antique secretaire. Its inlaid wood, intricate design and exquisite detailing entice you to catch up on your personal journal or pen the letters you have been meaning to write for the longest time. Through another archway you find your separate vanity area - a spacious alcove with a customized distressed wood vanity crowned with an oversized marble countertop.
Nightly Rate: $250 - $250
Nightly Rate: $250 - $250
Are you looking for the ultimate romantic escape? Is your plan to pop the question or pop open a bottle of champagne? It is obvious to you and overwhelming - love is demanding to be celebrated! Imagine a rustic garret room as your hideaway, complete with dormer windows dressed with imported silk London shades and window seats with brocade pillows and cushions. Your eleborately carved king size bed majestically enshrines the center of your elegantly furnished suite with your fireplace facing your bed. Outside is your private sundeck with you can enjoy breakfast,relax, take some sun or enjoy the view. Your bath has a claw foot jacuzzi tub for two that is heated. The marble floor is heated and so is your towel rack. An exquisite stall shower with etched glass doors accent your bathroom with accompanying oversized vanity, bidet and stained glass window.
Nightly Rate: $359 - $439
Nightly Rate: $359 - $439
You are feeling formal, significant or simply elegant. As you enter your suite, you are impressed by the breathtaking spaciousness and luxury rarely available in historic accommodations. You notice the large king size bed and arm chairs in front of your fireplace. You enter your sitting room through exquisitely designed doors of etched glass. A second fireplace awaits you with a formal settee and chairs in front of it. An ornate and rare secretaire is available for writing and a breakfront with dishes, tea set and silverware are also part of your sitting room amenities. A large closet with pocket doors, built during the Civil War, conceals a queen size Murphy bed. In your bath, the imported Italian tumbled marble, gilded French mirrors and crystal chandelier combine to create a feeling of rustic elegance. The marble floor, the jacuzzi and the towel rack, all heated, add to your comfort.
Nightly Rate: $379 - $479
Nightly Rate: $379 - $479
Very quiet, peaceful and serene., Downtown, Small town, Urban
Baltimore, MD (BWI-Baltimore Washington) 25 miles miles
Take Rt. 50 East to Annapolis. Stay on Rt. 50 to Exit 27. Get off at Exit 27 and follow the signs for Naval Academy, Route 450 South. Stay on Route 450, cross the bridge into Annapolis, and continue to the second traffic light. At the second traffic light, make a left turn, continuing on Route 450 West, which at this point is King George Street. Take King George Street to the very end, and you will be exactly in front of the main entrance to the U.S.Naval Academy. At the end of King George Street make a right turn onto Randall Street and continue one block to the first traffic light, which is the intersection of Randall Street and Prince George Street. Make a right turn onto Prince George Street. The Annapolis Inn, 144 Prince George Street, is the second door on the right.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Theater , Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Tours, University, Vineyard
Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Turndown Service, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi, Wired internet , Iron / Ironing Board, Turndown Service, Desk, Balcony
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Fireplace, Hairdryer
Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Golfing, Hiking trails, Fitness Center / Gym , Water sports
Joseph Lespier / Alexander De Vivo
English, Italian, Spanish
Several family members owned BandB's, and Joe was their Summer help while in school, so it became a natural evolution in later years. We were both born, raised and educated in NYC. Joe worked in the field of Human Resources and Alex was a High School teacher. Alex also studied at the famous Peter Kump Culinary Institute (now the Institute of Culinary Education) in NYC. He had classes with Julia Child, Marcela Hazan, Mary Ann Esposito, Penelope Casas, Jacques Torres and Giuliano Bugialli.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian Gluten-free and Vegan
Italian Panettone French Toast
Panettone is an Italian holiday bread that outrivals brioche or challah bread in texture and taste. It is made with an assortment of flavors and ingredients that give it a highly aromatic and flavorful taste. We dip the thick slices of Panettone into our own special batter to complement and accent the Italian tastes raising the dish to an extraordinarily delicious and unique taste.
No need to reserve a room or a block of rooms for an entire week. See our 2-night minimum stay packages for Ring Dance and the Herndon Climb, and the 4-day minimum stay for Commissioning Week Graduation Activities. Book quickly. Very limited availability.