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OCEAN CITY: Cheap Hotel Rooms in Ocean City

The hotel options range from budget to luxurious, with cheap chains such as the Quality Inn and the Comfort Inn as well as high end resorts such as Coconut Malorie Resort and Clarion Resort FontaineBleau.

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Ocean City

When to Visit Based on Price
Low Season: October through April Average Daily Rates of:
  • 2 Star: $40-$60
  • 3 Star: $60-$75
  • 4 Star: $100- $300
High Season: May through September. Average Daily Rates of:
  • 2 Star: $70-$90
  • 3 Star: $100-$150
  • 4 Star: $300-$500
Magic Savings Tip: The cheapest time to visit Ocean City is during the winter low season. However, you can also save money by booking a hotel during midweek rather than a weekend, at any time of the year.

Ocean City, Maryland is an Atlantic resort town, which is located in Worcester County. It is a popular tourist destination and it is visited by up to 8 million people every year – becoming the second most populated town in Maryland during the summer months.
The city is known as the “White Marlin Capital of the World” and is a very popular destination for commercial and recreational fishing. Ocean City is also home to “Senior Week”, an event when high school seniors from all around Maryland travel there after graduation to enjoy a week’s holiday.
Ocean City is a great place to visit on a summer holiday and the vibe is laid back, fun and welcoming.

Key Attractions

There are many attractions in Ocean City, including the famous scenic 10 mile long seaside boardwalk, the clean beaches, the excellent restaurants and the view of the sunset. You can visit the “Wheels of Yesterday” museum – an impressive showcase of classic cars. Also, many visitors like to fly kites, swim, surf or just sunbathe on the beautiful beaches.
Half day or full day scuba diving trips are offered, taking divers to artificial reefs and local wrecks. There is also an opportunity to enjoy a round of golf at the Eagle’s Landing Golf Course and the Glen Riddle Golf Club.

Having Fun

There are a lot of dining options in Ocean City, especially scenic waterfront dining and seafood. A local favourite is Phillips Crab House, which serves superb seafood and has been in business for more than 50 years. Another well-known spot is the Bonfire Restaurant, which is considered the best buffet in the city.
There is also a great nightlife scene as well, with a lot of live music on the long, warm summer nights. Check out Seacrets, which has a Jamaican vibe and live music every night. OC Frogs is another popular bar for the locals, located at the end of the boardwalk.


Ocean City has a number of outlet malls, as well as cute and unique local shops and souvenir stands. If you want to find great outlet shopping, head to Tanger Outlets where you will find great prices on your favourite retail brands including Tommy Hilfiger, J. Crew, PacSun, Aeropostale, American Eagle Outfitters and Eddie Bauer.
Also, if you stroll along the boardwalk you will find a number of souvenir shops and quirky local businesses offering mementos of your Ocean City experience.


Just next to Ocean City you will find the beautiful Assateague Island, which is a protected National Park with unspoiled beaches and wild horses. It is a truly beautiful place to relax and enjoy nature.
Also, in less than an hour you can drive to Salisbury, which is a city located on the Eastern Shore and has a beautiful historic town centre with interesting architecture.

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