Renissance SOLD OUT
Check in: 16.00
Check out: 12.00
- Complimentary wired for business in guest rooms for ISPE attendees (US$12.95 value) and includes:
- high speed Internet access
- unlimited local phone calls
- unlimited long distance calls (within the country)
- Business Center
- Swimming pool
- Complimentary Fitness Center Access
Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the event space courtesy of Commissioning Agents, Inc.
The Renaissance is sold out of hotel rooms. We do have additional
rooms at a nearby hotel at a discounted rate for ISPE attendees. The additional hotel is the
Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards at the same group rate of $199. Please call 1-800-228-9290 or
+1-410-962-0202 and mention ISPE. If you have any problems making a reservation, please contact ISPE at
email@example.com or +1-813-960-2105.
Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport
- Distance from hotel: 8 mi/12.87 km
- Drive time: approximately 30 minutes
- Super Shuttle: approximately US$13
- Estimated taxi fare: US$30
Use the discount code UMLZ2 when reserving with SuperShuttle or ExecuCar by calling our reservation agents at
1 800-BLUE-VAN (258-3826) or via the SuperShuttle website at: http://www.supershuttle.com/default.aspx?GC=UMLZ2.
Covered parking for guests is available at the Gallery Garage, connected to the hotel. Entrances are
located on South Street and Calvert Street. The hotel also offers valet service at the South Street hotel
entrance. Hourly rates are available.
Current Overnight (With In/Out):
- Self parking: US$28 per 24 hours
- Valet parking: US$40 per 24 hours
Current Daily Max (Entering after 06.00 for more than 3 hours):
Hotel and Area Dining
The Renaissance Harborplace Hotel enjoys a prime waterfront location, just moments from exciting
attractions and entertainment in Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
- Harborplace: Walk to the choices of Harborplace, a major
shopping destination set along the waterfront. Shop for souvenirs, and enjoy a variety of dining
- USS Constellation Museum: Built in 1854, the USS
Constellation was the last all-sail warship built by the U.S. Navy; it is also the only civil war era naval
vessel still afloat.
- Maryland Science Center: This is one of Baltimore’s top attractions
filled with the wonder of science. View planets and stars in the observatory, dig for dinosaur bones, or get
behind the driver’s wheel in a Nascar IMAX show.
- National Aquarium: Enjoy the sights of perhaps the greatest attraction
in Baltimore's celebrated Inner Harbor. The exhibits start small with samples of marine life from local
waters, but visitors soon find themselves eye-to-eye with sharks, rays, and other very large creatures. A
simulated rainforest ecosystem, and regularly scheduled dolphin shows round out the attractions.
- Water Taxi: Baltimore’s water transportation system is
the oldest of its kind in the country. With just one price for all-day service, you can hop on board to see a
diversity of attractions and neighborhoods.
- Top of the World Observation Level, World Trade Center:
Enjoy sweeping 29th floor views of the harbor and city from the world’s tallest pentagonal building, designed
by the renowned I.M. Pei.
- Oriole Park at Camden Yards: The
official home of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team.
- Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association calendar of
Weather and What to Wear
Meeting delegates are encouraged to dress business casual. The temperatures in March range from highs of
54°F/12°C and lows of 34°F/1°C. Temperatures in meeting rooms tend to be cool, a light sweater would be
recommended. For current weather information, check www.weather.com.