19 Feb Pure Rooms Promote Well-Being at the Historic Inns of Annapolis
Wellness-minded travelers can now enjoy comfort and peace of mind at the Historic Inns of Annapolis. This unique and iconic hotel recently installed Pure Rooms to provide travelers with the option of a hypoallergenic environment and the highest quality guest room experience the next time they’re visiting downtown Annapolis.
The Historic Inns of Annapolis is a collection of three distinct guesthouses, the Maryland Inn, the Governor Calvert House and the Robert Johnson House. Dating back to the 18th century, these historic structures have hosted statesmen, governors and other prominent figures from the Revolutionary War period. Each property combines this storied legacy with meticulous preservation and the very best modern conveniences for a truly special experience in Annapolis.
The latest of these amenities is the option of a Pure Room, which helps visitors be their best when traveling away from home. Pure Rooms feature purified air, allergy-friendly bedding and other hypoallergenic amenities. This experience helps promote well-being by providing a more refreshing hotel environment.
With three exceptional dining options on-site, the Historic Inns of Annapolis is also a destination for dining and drinks in the city. The Treaty of Paris, the hotel’s signature restaurant, uses local ingredients to create inventive Chesapeake bay cuisine in a handsome 18th century setting. For a warm and welcoming experience, the Drummer’s Lot Pub is a traditional, English-style tavern serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Start your morning at the Maryland Inn Coffee House, which features modern food and beverages in a classic, colonial atmosphere.
This charming, landmark property is centrally located just steps to the Maryland State House and within easy walking distance of the Annapolis waterfront. Stroll the city’s picturesque, brick-lined streets dotted with a dynamic mix of boutiques, cafes and galleries. The best historic sites and attractions in the area, such as the US Naval Academy and the National Maritime Museum, are just blocks from the lobby of the Historic Inns of Annapolis.
At the end of a full day exploring the beauty and heritage of this spectacular city, you’ll retire to your Pure Room at the Historic Inns of Annapolis. Experience rejuvenation and peace of mind during your next trip to the area when you stay in a Pure Room.
Kevin Arnold writes about health, wellness and travel. For more tips and information, check out all of his posts at www.pureroom.com/blog.