Maryland Beach Resorts

When you want to leave the hustle and bustle behind and really relax, a stay at a beach resort can be just the right thing to enjoy. Beach resorts in Maryland, along the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay, specialize in top-notch service, luxurious surroundings, and fantastic views, all within steps of all the action and amazing views.

When looking for luxury beachfront lodging in Maryland, many consider Ocean City. Located on the eastern shore, strategically perched between the Atlantic and the Isle of Wright Bay, the town is an interesting place to visit in summer and beyond. An array of beach resorts in Maryland line the ten miles of white-sand beaches and bustling boardwalk.

When making reservations at Ocean City boardwalk hotels, you'll be assured easy access to the beach and all of the other fun things to do in Ocean City. Whether you want to play miniature golf with the family, go for a stroll, dance the night away, watch an outdoor movie, or get away with your sweetie, you will find what you're looking for in Ocean City. The bustling seaside town and its Maryland Beach resorts welcome all kind of travelers all throughout the year.

After an extensive renovation, the Coconut Malorie Resort has emerged as one of the most luxurious beach resorts in Maryland. The five-story hotel features a grand marble lobby, 85 suites of varying sizes, custom-designed furniture, a heated outdoor pool, and billiard room. The top of the tower is a fantastic place to watch the sunset and admire the views of the Ocean City beaches.

Specializing in family vacations, the Francis Scott Key Family Resort has a prime location just a mile from the Ocean City boardwalk and beaches. No matter what the weather, kids and their parents can enjoy the Caribbean Key Indoor Theme Pool. With a variety of rooms, some equipped for longer stays, families of all sizes will have plenty of room. The resort also features an outdoor swimming pool, hot tubs, a playground, picnic pavilion, and shuttle service to the Ocean City beaches.

While the majority of beach resorts in Maryland are located along the Atlantic Ocean, some stand proud along the Chesapeake Bay. Providing luxury beachfront lodging in Maryland, the Chesapeake Beach Resort (pictured) offers 72 well-appointed rooms and views of the Atlantic Ocean. While wrapped in luxury that never feels stuffy, guests can retreat their rooms, complete with complimentary bottles of sparkling water for a welcome, spa products from Bath & Body Works, cordless phones, flat-screen TVs, complimentary Internet access, and comfortable sitting areas. A variety of room sizes are available, including traditional rooms with double beds and expansive suites with balconies, fireplaces, and king beds. Without leaving the resort, you can enjoy a spa treatment, a dip in the pool, a game of bingo, and a fine meal. A variety of restaurants are available ranging from fine waterfront dining to a place to grab a quick bite to eat.

As expected at Maryland beach resorts, a range of recreational pursuits are available to guests, including a full-service marina and fishing charters. In the nearby town of Chesapeake Beach, guests can enjoy the beach, embark on a shopping excursion, seek after thrills at the local waterpark, and listen to an interesting story at the Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum.

Another fine choice for luxury beachfront lodging in Maryland, Loews Annapolis Hotel enjoys a choice location near the U.S. Naval Academy, Sandy Point Beach State Park, and the Chesapeake. More than 200 splendid suites and rooms, decked in nautical style, are spacious and welcoming places to retreat after a day of exploring. With an onsite spa, fitness room, valet parking, and onsite shopping, it's easy to feel like a VIP. Among the top Maryland Beach resorts, Loews Annapolis also offers special packages suites for families, romantic getaways, or holiday travel.

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