New Boutique Hotel to Open In Mount Vernon

Revival at Mount Vernon Place

Two Roads Hospitality has announced its newest property: Revival, Joie de Vivre Hotel at Mount Vernon Place. The boutique hotel is set to open in early 2018 in the heart of Baltimore’s historic Mount Vernon neighborhood.

The 107-room, 14-story hotel, developed by Denver-based real estate company nuovoRE, will be housed in a historic building that dates back to 1929, and is on land formerly owned by the President of Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. 

It was designed by Baltimore-based Schamu Machowski + Patterson Architects (SM+P Architects) and SLDesign.  The companies sought to bring the history of Baltimore into the hotel with decorative pieces like a quilt with abstract artwork of Chesapeake Bay and locally-sourced art, as well as hardwood floors inspired by pilings from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor in certain rooms.


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The hotel will have three dining and drinking options – all highlighting the distinct local flavors of Baltimore – including Square Meal, a ground-floor signature restaurant serving seasonal American fare; a lobby-level lounge; and Topside, a rooftop restaurant and bar centered around the Chesapeake Bay’s bountiful seafood offerings. Revival will also have three karaoke rooms and four event spaces. 

Located on West Monument Street in Mount Vernon, one of America’s oldest and most culturally diverse neighborhoods, the hotel is surrounded by well-preserved 19th-century architecture including the original Washington Monument. Revival is steps away from the Walters Art Museum, Peabody Musical Institute, and the Maryland Historical Society, in addition to multiple parks. 

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