Policies

The Annapolis Inn Policies

Terms & Conditions and Cancellation Policy

With the greatest concern for the health and safety of our guests during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have revised our policies, terms, and conditions to address and implement the rules and regulations mandated by our local and state government. We hope that we can count on your cooperation to follow them for everyone's mutual benefit, comfort, health, and safety. The changes are as follows:

We are asking our guests to provide proof of vaccination prior to their arrival or upon arrival and to bring face masks with them in the event that wearing such masks is mandated by Annapolis, Anne Arundel County or the State of Maryland.

We are asking our guests to adhere to our check-in time which is 3 PM to 6 PM and our check-out time which is 11 AM. Time is needed by our staff for room preparation and turnover, completing guest requests, running errands, accepting deliveries, and acquiring last-minute guest provisions. Keeping to the time frames indicated, we attempt to mitigate social-distancing problems, interference with staff work, and unnecessary interaction and congestion in public spaces caused by early arrivals and luggage.

Breakfast is served between 8 AM and 10 AM. When making their reservations, we ask guests to specify any dietary needs and medical restrictions so we can do our best to accommodate these requests within a reasonable timeframe. To maintain social distancing rules, we will consult with each guest to set seating and timing arrangements so that we can respect both guest needs and maintain social distancing requirements.

In order to maintain proper sanitary conditions and to mitigate the spread of germs, bacteria, mold, and viruses, guests are asked to refrain from consuming food and beverages in their rooms. The Inn's spacious dining room is available to guests for their use.

Any guests planning on getting married during their stay must inform us in advance of making their reservation. Wedding plans often interfere with the daily operations of the Inn, and guests may not realize that they may not be able to carry out their plans for reasons that may not be obvious to them at the time of their booking.

No pets are allowed.

Reservations:

Reservations not associated with holidays and special events are confirmed upon receipt of a one-night deposit per room which is processed when making a reservation. At the time of making a reservation, a guest must agree to our Terms & Conditions and Cancellation Policy.

  • A minimum stay of two nights is required on most weekends.
  • Rates are subject to state and local taxes.
  • Guests are financially responsible for the full length of their confirmed reservation.
  • Outstanding reservation balances are due upon arrival.
  • There is a two-week (14 days) cancellation period for reservations. Reservations canceled within 14 days of the start of a reservation will forfeit their deposit and are financially responsible for the full length of their confirmed reservation.
  • Reservations are non-transferable.
  • Special Events/ Holiday periods include but are not limited to: Induction Day, Commissioning Week, Plebe Parents Weekend, Football Game Weekends, Home Coming Weekend, Second Class Parents Weekend, St. John's Parents Weekend, Boat Shows, Major Holidays

*Reservations for Special Events/Holiday periods may require longer minimum stays and are paid in full and in advance, and are non-refundable. Extended stays may also require special financial arrangements.

For the additional health, safety, and comfort of all our guests the following applies:

  • A maximum of 2 persons per room is allowed.
  • Quiet-time is between 11 PM and 8 AM.
  • Persons 17 years of age and older are welcome.
  • Smoking, the use of controlled substances, and the abusive use of alcohol are not permitted.

The Annapolis Inn reserves the right to remove any guests violating this policy from the premises immediately for the health, safety and welfare of all of our guests. The Annapolis Inn also reserves the right to remove any guests whose behavior is offensive, threatening, dangerous or inappropriate for our guest environment. Such guests will lose their right to stay and will be financially responsible for the full length of their confirmed reservation; the balance of their canceled reservation will be processed on their credit card accordingly.

  • No weapons, firearms, or other explosive devices of any type are permitted unless legally and professionally required to bear them.
  • Candles and all other hazardous materials prohibited by our fire code are not permitted.
  • Guests should refrain from walking throughout the Inn barefooted. Because of the age of the Inn, uneven wood floor surfaces, flooring fragments, nails, splinters, furniture posts and other hazards may cause injury, and guests will assume full responsibility for any injury or damage to property. The Annapolis Inn does not accept any responsibility or liability for injuries or property damage caused by personal negligence.
  • The Annapolis Inn reserves the right to remove any guests from our property who does not adhere to our terms, conditions or policies, who violates health and safety
  • No pets, emotional support animals or service animals are allowed.

Cancellation Policy

Deposits are refundable, less a $30 handling charge per room if:

  • A reservation cancellation or changes to a reservation are made more than 14 days prior to the scheduled arrival date.

Deposits are not refundable for:

  • Reservation cancellations made 14 days or less prior to the scheduled arrival date.
  • Special Event/Holiday periods.

Reservation cancelations or changes may be made more than 14 days prior to the scheduled arrival date without any penalty other than the deposit cancellation fee of $30 except for: Extended stays, special events, and holiday periods which may require special financial and cancellation arrangements. Please call Innkeepers for specific arrangement information.

Reservations canceled within 14 days of the start of a confirmed reservation by a guest will forfeit their deposit and are financially responsible for the full length of their confirmed reservation. The balance of their canceled reservation will be processed on their credit card accordingly.

Financial balances on reservations may be paid by cash, check, or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or Amex) and are due upon arrival.

Gift Certificates are valid for one year from issuance and are non-transferable and non-refundable.

Guests are financially responsible for:

  • The full length of their confirmed reservation.
  • Any purchases made by the Inn at their request. Once a purchase is made, guests are financially responsible for the purchase even if they are a 'no-show" or if their reservation is subsequently canceled.
  • Any property damages or losses.

Rates and policies may be subject to change without prior notice. Please contact The Annapolis Inn for inquiries related to any policy changes, updates or details, terms, and conditions.