BALTIMORE (March 2015) – StepStone Hospitality today announced that it has been awarded management of the 104-room Wyndham Baltimore Mount Vernon (formerly the Wyndham Peabody Court Hotel). Rhode Island-based StepStone Hospitality is a premier hotel management company.
“We’re pleased to add this wonderful hotel to the StepStone portfolio,” said Thomas Russo, chief executive officer, StepStone Hospitality. “The hotel offers a wonderful mix of past and present with a historic location and early 1900s décor while providing the modern conveniences needed by today’s traveler.”
“The Baltimore market brings immense opportunity for growth,” added Blair Wills, StepStone’s president and chief operating officer. “We look forward to working within the community to realize the great potential that it offers.”
The nearly century-old Euro-style hotel boasts guest rooms with 12-foot ceilings and furnishings made from rich cherry wood. Guest bathrooms feature white marble walls and floors, towel warmers and True Blue® bath amenities. Complimentary wireless Internet is available in all rooms and public spaces. Most of the hotel’s rooms offer views of Mt. Vernon Square Park.
Meeting space includes nearly 4,000 square feet of customizable event space for a variety of meeting needs. The hotel’s glass rooftop conservatory provides the perfect setting for a post-event dinner.
Located in the charming Mt. Vernon cultural district, the hotel is a short walk to the city’s famed Inner Harbor and the central business district. Baltimore Washington International Airport is 10 miles away and Pennsylvania Station, Baltimore’s main transportation hub, is one mile away.
About StepStone Hospitality
StepStone Hospitality currently manages hotels under several brands, including Hampton Inn, Courtyard by Marriott, Doubletree by Hilton, Hotel Indigo, Marriott, SpringHill Suites by Marriott, Residence Inn by Marriott, Sheraton, Wyndham, and independent properties. The complete StepStone Hospitality portfolio is available at www.StepStoneHospitality.com.