Celie's Water Front Inn  
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
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This hotel doesn't allow pets.

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This hotel is taking lots of green actions, but has more it can do. The wastebaskets are an open metal mesh that are lined with plastic bags, rather than being unlined.

There are units that allow each guestroom to control their own climate, saving energy. There are skylights in the rooms on upper floors, reducing the need for lights in those guestrooms during the day.

The rooms are very comfortable as far as decoration and lighting, but the seating isn't conducive to lounging in your room. The rooms have small but functional desks with good lighting. There aren't any phones in the rooms, which normally wouldn't be a problem, but during our stay my husband's cell phone was broken so we were cut off from each other when I was out and he was in the room; bummer. We had a TV with DISH network, but didn't watch it since we were out all of the time. Kit Cassingham, October 2006

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