Now there's even more reason to visit Charm City for a mid-winter getaway.
In one super-sized promotion called “Absolutely Febulous," which runs from Valentine’s Day weekend through Presidents Day weekend (February 14-23), Baltimore combines the best of Winter Restaurant Week, Hotel Week and Museum Week.
Here are budget travel-friendly deals to take advantage of during the "Absolutely Febulous" promotion:
Savor the Savings
The most delicious week of winter returns with prix fixe dinner, lunch and new brunch menus at restaurants February 16-23. More than 75 restaurants are offering three-course dinner menus for $30 or $20. Select restaurants are also offering two-course lunch or brunch menus for $15. Prices are per person and do not include alcohol, tax or gratuity unless otherwise noted. Reservations are highly suggested as restaurants do fill up quickly.
Get a Room
Take advantage of great hotel and bed-and-breakfast offers for a romantic Valentine’s Day retreat, the long Presidents Day weekend or mid-winter escape to explore the sites in Baltimore. From February 14-23, more than 16 hotels and B&Bs are offering sweet savings with packages starting at $109. Book your package or winter getaway through Visit Baltimore and receive a $25 Visa® gift card with a one-night stay or a $50 Visa® gift card with a two-night stay or more. Look for additional savings with the buy one, get one free offers on the Harbor Pass and Legends & Legacies Heritage Pass with an overnight stay.
While in town, don’t miss Baltimore’s best attractions, museums and performing arts venues. More than 15 of Baltimore attractions and museums are offering buy one, get one free admission offers throughout the promotional period. Specifics on the offers and details on special family-friendly programming can also be found online at www.AbsolutelyFebulous.com.
Traveling to Baltimore by train? Get a special 30 percent off companion fare discount from Amtrak; and visitors from the Washington, D.C. area can now take the weekend MARC service to Baltimore’s Penn Station.