We travelled to Maryland from Mississippi for my husband's surgery at the hospital. The lodging worked out fine. It was only two blocks from the hospital so I could walk back and forth to visit my husband who was in ICU and had odd visiting hours. I enjoyed the security of the unit and the neighborhood. I even walked to the Food Market and the Chinese Food restaurant twice. I was able to focus on my husband's recovery and did not have to worry about my lodging. It worked out perfect. If we ever have to return to the hospital for further treatment we will stay here again.
No dislike at all! Comfortable, homey surroundings ... we had a bedroom with 2 twin beds and a private bath; shared living room, kitchen, dining and laundry with other guests. One block from Johns Hopkins. Price was most reasonable to be found! For those posts on other sites that say area not safe, they forget to mention that police/security escorts are easily available to walk you to your lodging or transportation 24/7. Also, there is shuttle service provided. Huge help to be able to cook our own meals, have easy wifi access, local phone, maps and suggestions for shopping and dining, etc. Theresa and Theresa couldn't be more helpful, understanding and hospitable! They made a terribly difficult period easier to deal with. We will always remember them with warmth. By the way, we stayed in there May also, and when it was time to return we didn't once consider going elsewhere.
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