The Study
at Johns Hopkins

Study Hotels continues its growth into top-tier university markets with its fourth property

The 115-room hotel, at the corner of 33rd and North Charles Street, will feature reconfigured, deluxe room accommodations and new inspired public spaces filled with an abundance of natural light.  Located at the main gate of Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood Campus, and as part of the revitalized Charles Village corridor, guests will feel immersed in both campus life and the surrounding community, able to enjoy all that Johns Hopkins University and Baltimore have to offer the moment they leave the hotel.

Exterior view of The Study at Johns Hopkins by the streets

Academic spirit

As with all Study Hotels, The Study at Johns Hopkins is designed to encourage social interaction, reflection, and rejuvenation. The hotel will embody the academic spirit and personality of the campus through the unique design of signature Study units and suites, as well as approximately 2,500 square feet of conference space. A regionally inspired restaurant/bar with its own entrance will make a perfect addition to the dynamic Homewood Campus and add liveliness to the neighborhood.

“Johns Hopkins is in perfect alignment with our selective growth strategy and offers us an amazing opportunity to become an integral part of their culture.  I couldn’t think of a more perfect location for our newest property.  We are proud to have The Study at Johns Hopkins join our growing family alongside The Study at Yale, The Study at University City, and The Study at University of Chicago.”

Paul McGowan, President & Founder of Hospitality 3 and Study Hotels. 


Rooms will be equipped with all the amenities Study Hotels is known for—the perfect leather reading chair for scholarly guests, an expansive work desk, comfortable bedding, and large windows for prospective students and alumni looking to view the campus. All guests will enjoy the brand’s attentive, individualized, and generous service philosophy.

Living Room

The hotel’s Living Room will encourage social interaction in a comfortable and welcoming environment. The space will be furnished in a contemporary style with comfort in mind. Bookcases, a hallmark of the Study Hotels Living Room, will be curated by the Strand Bookstore in NYC and feature a supply of books by Johns Hopkins University authors, scholars and alumni.