Lor tush is a black-owned, women-owned West Baltimore group of creators that produces environmentally savvy hypoallergenic bamboo toilet paper. It’s tree-free, plastic-free, and doesn’t require pesticides or fertilizers to grow. Revival is proud to offer our guests the lor tush experience in our rooms, and do our part to support small businesses and eco-friendly initiatives.
Michael Haskins Jr: “Let The Horses Run” exhibition at Hotel Revival introduced the work of designer and creator Michael Haskins Jr. who is a native of Baltimore, Maryland. Haskins Jr untraditionally proceeds to build on mediums, which continues to set the standard for his immediate environment. His t-shirt designs have been incorporated into Revival’s uniform program and are created especially for our art installations. Unique designs are available for purchase in our gift shop.
Black Acres Coffee
Black Acres Roastery is an artisan coffee roaster located in the Highlandtown district of Baltimore. Every roast, we strive to bring out the best qualities in unique coffees from around the world. Black Acres ethically sources beans and curate roasting profiles that provide each brew a story. Wake up with your own cup today with Revival’s in-room coffee program, or grab a cup to fuel your day at ‘Dashery.
IN THE NEWS: It's not our motive, but it's nice to be recognized.
At Baltimore's Hotel Revival, a commitment to community
‘More Coffee, More Life’ Hotel Revival Partners With Black Owned Businesses After Cultural Development
Baltimore Hotel Helping Community, Local Businesses in Need
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How This Baltimore Hotel Is Helping Small Businesses, First Responders During the Coronavirus Pandemic
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Breaking Bread teams up with Topside for Juneteenth
Hotel Revival Baltimore Offers Pop-Up Space to Local Vendors and Free Lunches to its Community
Open & Shut: Heroes and Helpers in the Food Scene
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Hotel Revival celebrates Earth Day with free virtual and in-person events
WHAT'S ON OUR MIND: Curated Content from Revival Baltimore
Listen to the content created by the hotel, the community, and members of the city's creative class. This is a community radio station that provides a little context around what we do.
We cover a little of everything; food, community, culture, style, and all things you would experience in a Night Brunch experience but now in an audio form.