Jacques Kelly: Hotel Revival's name reflects owners' goals, and the mood of Mount Vernon
The doorway at Mount Vernon’s 101 West Monument St. is inlaid in brass, and clearly states: Hotel Revival. It’s a new name, and a thoroughly new take for a landmark that has undergone a two-year transformation into a 107-room boutique-style hotel.
This Day in History: May 1
In 1985, the Peabody Court hotel opened in Mount Vernon. Layout, color schemes and furnishings were varied to avoid giving the guest rooms like the one above a
Hotel Revival, Baltimore's newest boutique hotel, debuts in Mount Vernon. Take a look inside.
It’s the newest in a line of small and mid-sized hotels that have opened in the downtown Baltimore area or are planned for the city in recent years.
Plaster artisans work in Baltimore to restore landmark structures through the region
Plaster surgery is performed for Baltimore's landmarks at this Sisson Street studio
New boutique hotel coming to Mount Vernon
Revival at Mount Vernon Place, a new boutique hotel, aims to be not just a place visitors rest their heads, but part of their experience in the city.
Frank Gant, architect who led renovation of parts of Hopkins' Homewood campus
Architect Frank Gant dies
Lawrence Heinze, salesman and real estate investor, dies
Lawrence Heinze, a Catonsville salesman and Charles Village real estate investor who co-owned the Midtown Yacht Club and walked around with a song on his lips,
John J. Battaglia Sr., auto parts salesman and sports coach, dies
Auto parts salesman John J. Battalgia Sr. dies
Facci owners open Pisco, a Peruvian restaurant, in Elkridge
Timothy Dyson is leaving Bluegrass, headed for Dooby's
Charles Street restaurants will throw down barbecue on Saturday
Film and TV Tour
Partial solar eclipse captured over Baltimore
At Baldwin's Station, sophisticated cuisine in a romantic setting
Familiar New American fare -- with a few welcome surprises -- at Sykesville restaurant
Clear your sidewalks of snow, then make a date to see the Atomic Dating game [Hampden]
You don't always want to stay with your family or friends when you come to see them-and you don't always want them to stay with you. Whether you're just visiting Baltimore or you have company you cannot abide-you will come to know the city's hotels.
City school credit, procurement cards show culture of spending
Baldwin's Station in Sykesville named Maryland's Favorite Restaurant for 2012
City charms 'Only' cast, crew
Elegant George's takes itself too seriously
Nice trips to spring on
Firing up to fight cancer
The Promised Uplands
Capturing a magical moment
Hampton's closing: sad news that sparks curiosity
Love him tender
The Man Behind the Curtain
Paying attention to details Chef: Michael Gettier describes himself as the 'synergistic coordinator' of his new restaurant -- which means he does a little bit of everything.
Heart of the city is historic, with an upbeat pace Institutions, estates are setting for activity
Saying it with flowers Home: Susan Kershaw's creations set scenes for films as well as families. Flowers, she says, are a way of communicating.
John L. Crane, 43, chef, partner in...