Revival [ri-ˈvī-vəl]: renewal; rebirth; restoration
Our purpose is a direct reflection of our name. We embody a revival of community, art, and history. We are committed to the ongoing restoration & renewal of Baltimore by supporting the people and businesses around us. We partner with beloved local small businesses, vendors and individuals to bring you the best of Charm City. We welcome you to experience our heartfelt movement and vibrant guest experience.
Our Community Partners
- Lor Tush: A Black-owned, women-owned West Baltimore group of creators that produces environmentally savvy hypoallergenic bamboo toilet paper we provide in all guest rooms. It’s tree-free, plastic-free, and doesn’t require pesticides or fertilizers to grow.
- Black Acres Coffee: An artisan coffee roaster located in the Highlandtown district of Baltimore. Wake up with your own cup today with Revival’s in-room coffee program, or grab a cup to fuel your day at ‘Dashery.
- Wight Tea Company: A Baltimore-based tea company providing unique handcrafted blends you'll find in 'Dashery and in guest rooms.
Blending historic architecture and charm, Hotel Revival’s Mount Vernon neighborhood is perfectly located eight blocks from Baltimore’s historic Penn Station and offers easy access to the Baltimore Convention Center, Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Loyola and Johns Hopkins universities.
From Revival, you can:
- Explore Baltimore’s top cultural attractions: the Baltimore Museum of Art, Walters Art Museum, Washington Monument, and Center Stage
- Visit local shops, iconic churches, art galleries and theaters
- Walk in the footsteps of famous writers, thought leaders, and revolutionaries like F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein, and Mary Elizabeth Garrett
- Enjoy local and heritage foods and shops all within blocks of Revival
Get details on a few of our favorite attractions below.
Walters Art Museum: Acclaimed as one of the best art museums in the United States and one block from the hotel, the Walters offers 55 centuries of art, including Egyptian mummies, medieval armors and 19th-century masterpieces.
Washington Monument: The first U.S. heroic and civic monument dedicated to George Washington is one block from the hotel, in an urban square of Mount Vernon. Climb the Monument’s 227 marble steps for a great view of the city.
Maryland Center for History and Culture: Founded in 1844, this is the oldest cultural institution in Maryland. The society collects, preserves, and interprets objects and materials reflecting Maryland’s diverse heritage. You can explore the museum and library.
C. Grimaldis Gallery: The C. Grimaldis Gallery is a contemporary and modern art gallery established in 1977 by Constantine Grimaldis. It is the longest continually operating gallery in Baltimore.
Peabody Library: A special collections library on Johns Hopkins University’s Peabody Institute campus, which is home to more than 300,000 volumes and open to the public.
Baltimore Museum of Art: The Baltimore Museum of Art is home to an internationally renowned collection of 19th-century, modern, and contemporary art. It is also home to the largest holding of works by Henri Matisse in the world.
- Gertrude Stein’s Home
- F. Scott Fitzgerald’s House
Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric: One of Maryland’s premiere historical, architectural, and cultural performing arts venue.
Center Stage: Center Stage is the state theater of Maryland, and Baltimore’s largest professional producing theater. Enjoy seeing a play of modern or classical work.
CFG Bank Arena: Hosting blockbuster musical acts, kid-friendly entertainment and pre-season NHL and NBA games, the CFG Bank Arena is Baltimore’s largest indoor sports and entertainment facility.
M&T Bank Stadium: Touchdown! Football fans flock to M&T Bank Stadium to see the Baltimore Ravens in action.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards: Catch a baseball game at Camden Yards, where the Orioles have been hitting home runs since 1992.
Maryland Zoo: Spend the day at the country’s third-oldest zoo, home to animals ranging from alpacas to zebras.
National Aquarium: Visitors can get up close and personal with dolphins, sharks, turtles and other sea creatures at the National Aquarium at the Inner Harbor.
Maryland Science Center
Baltimore Museum of Industry
American Visionary Arts Museum