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The Chesapeake Beach Resort & Spa

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • a full-service resort with boating, an indoor pool, and spa services
  • a sandy beach

    Cons

  • don't expect a "jumping the waves" experience at the beach—the Chesapeake is placid compared to the beach properties on the Atlantic

The Chesapeake Beach Resort & Spa Review

Opened in 2004, this luxury hotel and spa is a key part of the revitalization of the town's tourism business. The public spaces pay homage to the beachfront community's history. A mural in the lobby depicts the old roller coaster that once thrilled vacationers, and framed photographs line the corridors, tracing the town's changes from its Victorian heyday to the present. The whitewashed oak furniture and sand-color walls give the rooms an elegant yet beachy style. The resort was built right on the water's edge, and its suites and deluxe rooms have balconies that seem to hang over the Bay. There are also three dining options, a boardwalk, and a fishing charter company at the hotel's full-service marina.

    Hotel Details

  • 72 rooms, 6 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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