Banner advertising the Typefi User Conference in Baltimore on 2-3 May 2019. The background is a line drawing map of downtown Baltimore with the conference venue highlighted by a blue dot.

The Lord Baltimore Hotel

Built in 1928 by architect William Lee Stoddart, the Lord Baltimore Hotel was meticulously renovated and restored in 2013–14. The building is rich in historical and architectural significance, with every detail coming together to create one of the most unique and interesting hotels in downtown Baltimore.

Guests arriving through the revolving doors are greeted by a magnificent lobby featuring a beautiful grand piano, classic oil paintings, polished brass, and an award-winning vaulted fresco ceiling with an immense Murano glass chandelier.

The lobby of the Lord Baltimore Hotel, a grand space with comfortable furniture, oil paintings, a mezzanine and a striking chandelier suspended from a fresco ceiling.
The lobby.
The Versailles Room at the Lord Baltimiore Hotel set up for a dinner buffet. The room is inspired by the palaces of the French Renaissance with tall windows, richly-patterned carpet, chandeliers, and gilded panelling along the walls.
The Versailles Room.

Guest rooms and suites offer a merger of old world elegance and modern sophistication, with design touches like charcoal-grey and black colour schemes, comfy leather armchairs, graceful textiles and fabrics, contemporary furnishings and artwork.

The main Typefi User Conference sessions will be held in the splendid Versailles Room, inspired by the palaces of the French Renaissance. The hotel also offers several dining options including the LB Tavern, a modern interpretation of the classic restaurant and lounge, the LB Bakery, a contemporary coffee house featuring freshly baked goods and local art, and the seasonal rooftop LB Skybar with stunning skyline views.

If you’d like to stay at the Lord Baltimore Hotel during the 2019 Typefi User Conference, please contact the reservation team on 855-539-1928 or email