Welcome to The Westin Baltimore Washington Airport - BWI. Escape the stress and exhaustion of travel and find relaxation at this luxurious contemporary hotel. As the nearest four-star hotel, we are the top choice when traveling through Baltimore-Washington International Airport.
The hotel is located in the BWI Hotel District, approximately 2.1 miles from the airport, with shuttle service to and from the hotel. Our ideal location in the heart of the Baltimore-Washington corridor is just minutes from downtown Baltimore and the Inner Harbor, and a quick drive from myriad local attractions as well as Annapolis and Washington D.C. Corporate and government travelers will have easy access to offices such as Northrop Grumman and the National Security Administration.
Retreat to one of 260 spacious and superbly comfortable guest rooms. Each room includes the amenities necessary for total respite: a flat screen television, our signature Heavenly® Bath, and the Heavenly® Bed, with a custom-designed pillow-top mattress, fresh linens, and chic white comforter. For added elegance, select the Executive Level. You’ll enjoy additional amenities as well as complimentary breakfasts and hors d’oeuvres.
Awaken your body with a workout in our WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio, complete with cardiovascular and free weight equipment, or take a refreshing swim in our glass-enclosed pool. And for a truly unique dining experience, dine at Luminous Restaurant & Lounge.
Our welcoming staff truly inspires creativity. The Westin Baltimore Washington Airport - BWI boasts more than 10,000 square feet of flexible function space. Our Executive Boardroom with state-of-the-art teleconferencing and audiovisual equipment will serve all of your group’s needs and ensure that your meetings run smoothly.
At Westin, our goal is that you leave feeling better than when you arrived. From our Heavenly Bed® and Bath to WestinWORKOUT®, we strive to develop experiences that help you be at your best in mind, body, and spirit. More >
- Fitness Center Information Until December 1, 2014