Whether you’re a seasoned business traveler or a family on vacation, your hotel experience should be memorable and delightful. Every moment of your stay at Arundel Mills Hotel is another opportunity for us to offer the unexpected and redefine what it means to be a guest.
Welcome to The Hotel at Arundel Preserve.
We’re convenient to government agencies, business centers, attractions, shopping, and restaurants, and major transportation as Hanover’s BWI hotel. Take our complimentary shuttle to local area restaurants, shops and businesses within a 5-mile radius, including BWI airport, Arundel Mills Mall and Maryland LIVE! Casino.
ALERT: Starting Friday, March 20 (and until further notice) our local shuttle service is suspended, per CDC recommendations. Please contact The Hotel for details.
Just minutes from Arundel Mills Hotel, the Maryland Live! Casino has all the latest shows and performances. Have fun – go big, play big, win big at Live!
The Observation Gallery at BWI Marshall
Open to the public, the BWI Marshall Airport Observation Gallery is adjacent to the B/C security checkpoint on the upper level of BWI.
The updated Observation Gallery displays new objects and exhibits, including a 28-foot tall sounding rocket provided by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and a half-sized model of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory’s Parker Solar Probe spacecraft.
National Electronics Museum
The National Electronics Museum outlines the history of the United States defense electronics. The museum houses exhibits containing assortments of telegraphs, radios, radars and satellites.
Heavy Seas Brewery
Enjoy a simple local microbrewery featuring free tours, a beer-centric taproom, events & other activities right in our backyard.
Fort McHenry National Monument
Fort McHenry is a historical American coastal pentagonal bastion fort located in Locust Point neighborhood, and an integral ode to our history.
The National Aquarium, also known as the National Aquarium in Baltimore and formerly known as Baltimore Aquarium is a non-profit public aquarium located in the Inner Harbor area of downtown Baltimore, Maryland.
American Visionary Art Museum
The American Visionary Art Museum is an art museum located in Federal Hill neighborhood specializing in the preservation of art.
Waterside Fells Point is known for its pubs and taverns, live music, and seafood serving Chesapeake Bay crab and oysters. Shop at the small galleries, record stores, fashion boutiques and eclectic restaurants that line the cobblestone streets.
The Hotel at Arundel Preserve looks forward to providing a truly memorable experience. Contact The Hotel at Arundel Preserve at (410) 796-9830.
At The Hotel at Arundel Preserve, environmental sustainability goes hand-in-hand with luxurious comfort and superb service.
We’re committed to eco-friendly practices and green products, and believe that these may help create a healthier world. From planning green meetings to using local vendors, our goals include reducing our environmental impact and our carbon footprint.
Green Initiatives at Arundel
The Hotel at Arundel Preserve’s green initiatives include:
- Recycling program for paper, metal, and plastic
- Energy saving lighting used hotel-wide
- Electric car charging stations
- Paper products made from recycled paper
- Environmentally friendly cleaning products
- Biodegradable paper and plastic dishware
- Supporting the local community by using local vendors for both food and beverage products
Built to LEED Standards
The Hotel at Arundel Preserve is LEED Silver certified, we pride ourselves on being a modern, planet-friendly hotel.
The Hotel at Arundel Preserve was built to meet the U.S. Green Building Council’s standards of sustainable green building practices. Our building was designed using strategies aimed at improving performance in energy savings, water efficiency, carbon emissions reduction, and stewardship of resources.
Under the LEED ratings system, The Hotel at Arundel Preserve earned points for features and initiatives including:
- Our proximity to public transportation and businesses such as shops and banks
- A design that takes advantage of natural light, reducing the need to use lighting
- Use of recycled materials in building construction and recycling of unused materials
- Energy efficient HVAC and plumbing systems
- Portion of the building’s electricity provided by certified Green-e power sources
Recipient of LEED Silver certification