The 729 non-smoking rooms have the latest gadgets, including plug-in panels so that you can connect your laptop, mp3 player, digital camera or other device to the 37-inch flat-panel TV. With both wired and Wi-Fi internet connections, available for an additional fee, you can always stay connected. Beds are sink-into-them soft, assuring you a good night's rest. Test out the latest equipment in the 24-hour fitness center, or find peace in the dry sauna. Plenty of thick and thirsty towels are stacked up by the heated indoor pool, in a glassed-in room with sweeping views of the waterfront. The hotel has its own lounge and restaurant, concierge services and valet parking for an extra charge. When they describe this as a waterfront property, they aren't kidding. In no time you can be sauntering along the waterfront walk around the Inner Harbor. In about 10 minutes on foot you'll reach Baltimore Aquarium, one of the city's most popular attractions. Dozens of dining options are waiting to be discovered in the hotel's upscale Harbor East neighborhood. Amtrak's Penn Station is about two miles north, and 11 miles south is Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport. Location is the main consideration for many guests of the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, but once they arrive they are also impressed by the generous amenities and the many eateries nearby.