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Ocean City MD Oceanfront Hotels

Ocean City, MD has 10 miles of oceanfront hotels and condos. The world famous Ocean City, MD Boardwalk runs 3 miles from the inlet to 27th St. and has a heavy concentration of oceanfront hotels, all with spectacular views of the Atlantic ocean.  From the Boardwalk to the Delaware line, Ocean City’s beach is lined with oceanfront hotels of every shape and size. Whether you want luxury accommodations or more wallet-friendly lodging, there is an oceanfront hotel waiting to become your home away from home.Ocean City MD Oceanfront Hotels

Some oceanfront hotels like the Grand Hotel and the Clarion provide ocean views from every room.  Others, like the Park Place  will have direct oceanfront rooms and then bayside rooms.  Oceanfront rooms are always more expensive than the bayside rooms. Perhaps you will take in amazing sunrises, observe the action on the boardwalk from up above, or relax on your balcony as beach-goers play in the sand and surf below. When you want to join them, you’ll be just steps from the beach and won’t have to worry about the hassle of finding parking or lugging heavy chairs and umbrellas across the street.

You can browse through all of our oceanfront hotels listings to see what your options are or you can book your rooms online.

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Ocean city is a horrible place to vacation

Think twice before visiting ocean city Maryland. The beaches are extremely dirty, the crabs are of poor quality, most of the hotels are run down filthy & nasty, and the police are always looking to ticket tourists to pull in revenue. I literally saw five cop cars back to back ticketing people. Also, the crime rate is high, especially vehicle...

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Quality Inn 33rd st.

I don't do a lot of hotel reviews, but I'll probably make an effort to change this in the future... This hotel, like most OC properties has it's ups & downs. In the plus column - this property has a great beachfront location, you're only 5 blocks to the north end of the boardwalk, it's normally a quieter part of town, you're a short walk to Jolly...

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