The Chesapeake Bay Region’s Resort Hotels
There are three popular resort hotel properties on the Chesapeake Bay
The waterfront Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina occupies 342 acres of landscaped grounds and features a 400-room luxury four-star resort (including 16 suites), six food and beverage outlets, an 18-hole championship golf course, 150 slip marina, 18,000 square foot spa, multi-level indoor and outdoor swimming pool and children’s recreation center. All located on Maryland’s picturesque Eastern Shore, close to boating, fishing, and attractions in nearby Easton, St. Michaels, and Kent Island. The Cambridge Hyatt is easy to get to. It is located off of Route 50 and can be seen from the Choptank River Bridge, heading East.
Address: 100 Heron Blvd., Cambridge, MD 21613
Chesapeake Beach, Maryland
This waterfront hotel has spectacular views of the Chesapeake Bay. Full service spa, pool, fitness center, two restaurants and an outdoor cafe. A marina with a large fleet of charter fishing boats. Room amenities available include private balconies, fireplaces, and whirlpools.
Dining options include the waterfront Rod ‘N Reel Restaurant, Smokey Joe’s Grill for barbeque, burgers and other casual fare, on the Boardwalk Cafe.
The resort has video casino gaming rooms and daily bingo games.
Visit the hotel’s official page for details about amenities.
Located in the town of Chesapeake Beach in Southern Maryland. Chesapeake Beach and nearby North Beach have a railway museum, water park, and Chesapeake Bay beaches.
Sitting on a private peninsula with a view of the Bay, the Tides Inn property includes a golf course, 60 slip marina, two restaurants, and a private beach. Guests can enjoy a golf, spa treatments, and a cruise on the historic yacht, Miss Ann. Plus tennis, croquet, sailing lessons, fitness center, pool, and nightly entertainment.
Located on Virginia’s Northern Neck, in the waterfront town of Irvington. Irvington sits on the shores of the Rappahannock River and offers a selection of restaurants and interesting shops, a winery, steamboat era museum, and the Historic Christ Church, a National Historic Landmark constructed in the 1730’s.
A stay at a resort offers many extras that you wouldn’t find at a regular hotel. Most resorts have spas, on-site dining, and recreational activities available. Some have golf course, marinas, and special family-oriented activities for the kids.
In addition to the on-site amenities, each of the featured resorts are located in distinctly different portions of the Chesapeake Bay area, offering an opportunity to explore different parts of the region.
- The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort is located in Cambridge, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. In addition to things to do in Cambridge, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge and the towns of Easton, St. Michaels, and Oxford are nearby.
- The Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa is located in Chesapeake Beach, in Southern Maryland. In addition to things to do in Chesapeake Beach, St. Mary’s County and Annapolis are nearby.
- The Tides Inn is located in Irvington, on Virginia’s Northern Neck. Reedville is about a half hour’s drive away, and from there you can take a cruise to Tangier Island in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay.