An 1849 Dutch Colonial Revival home becomes Annapolis’ newest boutique hotel — and the experience at 134 prince will leave you feeling regal
Story by Katie Riley | Photography by Select Photography
Annapolis’ newest accommodation is a chic boutique hotel set in a former 1849 Dutch Colonial Revival home at 134 Prince Georges Street. Owners and developing partners Clinton Ramsden and Cody Monroe are former Naval Academy graduates who spent a year renovating the hotel, working with some of the East Coast’s best interior designers. Located just a block from the city’s dock and Main Street, 134 Prince is a sophisticated retreat that combines the rich history of the area with the modern luxury of the world’s top hotels. The hotel’s original plank flooring, 19th-century windows — replete with original wavy glass and exposed brick throughout — honor the home’s earliest architecture
Decorated by design firm Interior Concepts, the decor is a stylish mix of transitional furnishings, unique lighting and original artwork. Five spacious king suites boast custom-made furniture and high-end amenities, like in-room Nespresso makers, floor-to-ceiling marble showers and baths, and Hermes bath products. The spacious Presidential Suite boasts harbor views, a vaulted ceiling and exposed brick, while other rooms offer views of the Naval Academy, just two blocks away. The lower-level garden suite is a two-bedroom unit with kitchenette, perfect for families or larger groups. Complimentary full breakfast is made-to-order each morning by the hotel’s chef, and a variety of curated experiences are available for guests to make the most of this indulgent escape.