Sagamore Pendry Baltimore - Beaux-Arts Beauty on the SeaSagamore Pendry  

USA's prime example of Beaux-Arts architecture was built in 1914. It's the Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées of America if you wish. Back then, it cost $1 million to build the Recreation Pier, which served as a landing point for immigrants arriving in the USA.

After it closed operations in 1937, the landmark building became a socializing platform with a rooftop playground and hosted a maritime radio station.

Type: Heritage
Location: Baltimore  USA  North America

By the end of the 1990s, "Rec Pier" was abandoned, and it took nearly two decades to restore the historic building completely.

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Complex at the Fell's Point

The century-old structure was cleaned of asbestos and lead paint and transformed to become one of the most iconic buildings of the historic waterfront neighborhood, Fell's Point.

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Landmark Building

Today, this part of the hotel houses the Rec Pier Chop House restaurant and the Cannon Room, while the rooms of Sagamore Pendry Baltimore are in a newly built extension where the piers used to be.

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Grand Lobby

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Lounge

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Bar

Rec Pier Chop House

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Rec Pier Chop House

The hotel's signature restaurant opens from the lounge, and the culinary experience is guaranteed to be top-notch by Andrew Carmellini - Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur.

The food is inspired by the simple and classic dishes from Italian chophouses, served in an elegant setting with extra high ceilings and exposed metal frames of the historic building that were meticulously restored.

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Rec Pier Chop House Restaurant

The Cannon Room

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel The Cannon Room

The hotel's 128 guest rooms face the garden courtyard or the harbor, and some even the waterfront pool deck. The divided-light windows stretch from floor to ceiling, providing a great panorama. With mahogany furniture and brass décor, the hotel interior pays homage to the building's heritage.

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Harbor King Room

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Harbor View Room

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Room

The Sagamore Suite

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel The Sagamore Suite

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Harbor View Balcony


Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Courtyard

Fernando Botero's (Colombian artist with a unique style) "Horse and Bridle" stands over 8.5 feet (2.6 meters) tall, 12 feet (3.7 meters) long, and weighs over 3500 pounds (1.6 tonnes). This monumental bronze sculpture is the prominent decoration of the courtyard.

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Courtyard Botero Horse by Fernando Botero

Besides the impressive art piece, the unique industrial structures frame the 4,000-square-foot (372 square meters) space where you can admire the details of this historic building while sipping a drink by a fireplace.

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Courtyard Bar

The Pool

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Pool

The hotel's focal point, where socializing becomes a fun activity, even for introverts, is the Recreation Pier's outdoor deck facing the harbor. Here, the centrally placed swimming pool extends to the marina surrounded by sunbeds, plus an array of private cabanas on one side and a cocktail bar on the other.

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore Hotel Outdoor Swimming Pool Sea View

1715 Thames Street, Fells Point, Baltimore, MD 21231, United States