Central Reservations:
800-926-1122
Golf Packages:
888-465-3477
Group Sales:
888-465-3451
Free Booking Bonuses

Guest Directory

Directory of Services

Front Desk Operator…………… Dial 0

Wake-Up Calls……………………..Dial 0

Guest Rooms………………………Dial Room Number

Swimming Pool……………………10:00am to 10:00pm
(No Lifeguard on Duty)

Check Out Time…………………..11:00am

Telephone:

Local……………………………………..9 + 410 + Number
Central Reservations…………………800-926-1122
Long Distance (Collect)………………8 + 0 + Number
Long Distance (Charge to Room)….8 + 1 + Number
Front Desk (Open 24 Hours)……….Dial 0

Pets….Sorry, No Pets Are Allowed

Important Numbers:

Police/Fire/Ambulance………..9 + 911
Hospital…………………………..9 + 410-641-1100

Ocean City Information

Atlantic General Hospital……………………………………………..410-641-1100

Police-Fire-Ambulance…………………………………………………9 + 911

Beach Patrol……………………………………………………………..410-250-0125/410-289-7556

Coast Guard……………………………………………………………..410-289-7559

Marine Police……………………………………………………………410-548-3101

State Police………………………………………………………………410-641-3101

JULIA A. PURNELL MUSEUM

Known as the “attic of Worcester County” the Purnell Museum is home to over 10,000 artifacts covering the history of the region from its first known Native American inhabitants of 500 years ago through the 20th century interpreting the Archaic, Colonial, Victorian and modern eras. Housed in a 19th century cottage-style Gothic church in the historic and peaceful Victorian-style town of Snow Hill, less than a half hour’s drive from Ocean City.

PUBLIC BOAT RAMPS

Assateague Island State Park, Route 611
Gum Point Road off Route 589, West Ocean City
Commercial Harbor, 12806 Sunset Ave., West Ocean City
87th Street (Bering Road) & Bay, Ocean City

PUBLIC FISHING PIERS

Inlet Park, Downtown, Ocean City
Third Street Pier, Bayside
Ninth Street Pier (lighted), Bayside
Convention Center Pier, 40th Street (lighted), Bayside
Northside Park, 125th Street, Bayside

DISABLED BEACH ACCESSES & BEACH CHAIRS

Beach Accesses:

Inlet Beach………………………………………………………….Beach Chair
Somerset Street & Boardwalk
Talbot Street & Boardwalk
North Division Street & Boardwalk
10th Street & Boardwalk
25th Street & Boardwalk

LOCAL INFORMATION

Convention & Visitors Bureau………………….410-289-9307
Weather………………………………410-289-8181
Western Union…………………………..410-742-8400/410-289-3223/410-548-9262
Worcester County Tourism, Snow Hill………..410-632-3617/1-800-852-0335

BUSES, TROLLEYS, & TRAINS

Municipal Buses and Trolleys

City buses run seven days a week from the Inlet to the Delaware State Line. The summer schedule is approximately every 10 minutes, and from October to Memorial Day, buses are operated every half-hour. Fare is $3 to ride all day (one 24 hour period); exact changed is required. O.C. Transportation Department: 410-723-1607.
Municipal buses and trolleys follow a route south along the Coastal Highway and Philadelphia Avenue to South Division Street, and north on Baltimore Avenue to 15th Street, turning and continuing north on Coastal Highway to the Delaware line.
Bus stops are marked by white signs and shelters approximately every other block along the route.
Fare: $3 to ride all day, as often as you want!
Senior citizen half-fare discount passes for visitors over 60 years of age are available at City Hall, Convention Center Box Office, Transportation Office, and Northside Park.
Senior citizen resident passes are available only through the Transportation Office, 66th Street Bayside; 410-723-1607. Handicap service is also available on a call-in basis.

AIRPORTS

Ocean City Airport
The Ocean City Municipal Airport is located approximately three miles west of town on Route 611 (Stephen Decatur Road). Charter and private planes leave and arrive daily.
O.C. Municipal Airport: 410-213-2471

Salisbury – Wicomico Airport
The airport is located off Rt. 50, off Walston Switch Road, east of Salisbury, USAirways offers regularly scheduled flights to and from Baltimore, Washington, and Philadelphia.
For USAirways reservations: 800-428-4322
Salisbury – Wicomico County Regional Airport: 410-548-4827

PUBLIC PARKS

Fiesta Park
Off 141st Street, Wooded passive park with nature trail and picnic areas.

Inlet Park
Southern most park with viewing binoculars and informative signs. Ocean City’s time and capsule located here.

Third Street Park
Basketball courts, ballfield, skate board park, playground equipment and an area for fishing.

Sunset Park
28th Street, Hopscotch courts and playground equipment.

Convention Center Park
40th Street, Basketball courts, tennis courts, tennis backboard and a pier

Mallard Run Recreation Center
61st Street. Lighted tennis courts, racquetball courts, shuffleboard courts and horseshoe pits.

94th Street Park
Bayside (next to Art League Building). Tennis courts, tot lots, and basketball court.

Northside Park
125th Street Bayside. 58 acres with lighted ball fields, fishing lagoon, tot lots, picnic area, 2 piers, jogging paths and an indoor gymnasium

Gorman Avenue Park
136th Street Bayside. Tennis court, racquetball courts and a play area.

North Surf Park
142nd Street, playground.

For a complete listing, contact the Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department 410-250-1025

Fire Safety

Like all buildings, hotels and motels CAN have fires. Plan what to do when you check in. You won’t have time to plan during a fire.

  • Study the emergency route on the back of your guest room door.
  • First, find the two exits nearest your room. Be sure they are unlocked and unblocked. Then count doors between your room and the exits so you’ll have a reference point if it’s smokey.
  • When you an alarm, ACT, don’t investigate. STAY CALM.
  • If the fire is in your room, get out and close the door. Once out, report the fire.
  • If the first is not in your room, leave if you can. First, feel the door. If its cool, open ir slowly and go to the nearest exit. Crawl if there is smoke. Fresh air will be at the floor. Take your key so you can go back if you can’t use the exits.
  • NEVER USE ELEVATORS DURING A FIRE. They could stop at the fire floor.
  • If smoke enters your room, stay low and hold a wet cloth in front of your mouth. Open all of the windows
  • If your door is hot, don’t open it. Your room may be the safest place to be. Seal all cracks and vents with wet towels. Shut off fans and air conditioners. Fill tub with for extinguishing purposes. Alert staff to your location. Signal out your window. Call the fire department and wait to be rescued.

Your Best Defense Against a Fire is to Plan Ahead

Safety Tips

Your safety and the security of your personal property are of the utmost concern to those of us who welcome you as our guest. We urge you to take advantage of the following suggestions.

SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
DO NOT LEAVE MONEY OR VALUABLES IN YOUR ROOM. We provide in-room safe deposit boxes for your use. A nominal fee will be charged to your account automatically. Under state law, the hotel is not responsible for loss unless articles have been secured in the these boxes.

DOUBLE LOCKS AND CHAINS
For additional security, utilize the lock provided on your door upon entering. This will prevent the door from being opened by a regular room key. As an additional precaution, please secure the safety lock.

ADMITTANCE
Do not admit persons to you room without first making identification. A “peep hole” is provided in your door for your convenience. If there is any doubt about the person’s identity, please contact the front desk.

KEY CARDS
Do safeguard your key card. Be sure to leave it with the desk clerk upon departure.

We hope that these procedures will contribute to your comfort and well-being during your stay at our hotel.

Beach Rules & Regulations

LIFEGUARDS are on duty from 10:00am to 5:30pm from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

No ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES or OPEN FIRES on the beach.

No BALL-PLAYING from 9:00am to 5:30pm from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

No GLASS CONTAINERS on the beach.

No DOGS are allowed on the beach or boardwalk, from May 1 through September 30

No SLEEPING on the beach between 10:00pm and 6:00am.

No MUSIC loud enough to disturb other people using the beach.

BEACH UMBRELLAS may not be placed between lifeguard stands and ocean.

BICYCLES not allowed on the boardwalk after 10:00am, from April 1 through September 30.

SKATEBOARDING is allowed only in city skateboard rinks.

ROLLER-SKATING is not allowed on the boardwalk, street or sidewalks from April 1 through October 1.

SURFING is allowed on any beach when lifeguards are off duty. Designated sections of the beach will be designated surfing  beaches each day. A schedule for the rotation of surfing beaches will be posted in surf shops and public buildings (10:30am to 5:30pm weekends, 5:00pm weekdays).

No SURF FISHING from 9:00am to 6:00pm, within 50 yards of a swimmer or persons in bathing attire on the beach.

Bus Schedule

It’s the way to go!

Ride all day for $3.
Summer Bus Schedule – May 17th thru September 26th

7am – Noon
10 minute intervals

Noon – 3am
5 to 7 minute intervals

3am – 7am
20 minute intervals

Handicapped Bus Service
Available in an Hour
24 Hours a Day

Call (410) 723-1606
TDD (410) 723-3636

Worship

BAPTIST

OCEAN CITY BAPTIST CHAPEL
102 North Division

CATHOLIC

ST. LUKE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
100th St. Coastal Hwy.

ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH
208 S. Baltimore Ave.

HOLY SAVIOUR CATHOLIC CHURCH
17th St. and Coastal Hwy.

EPISCOPAL

CHURCH OF THE HOLY SPIRITS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
100th St.

ST. PAULS BY THE SEA EPISCOPAL CHURCH
302 N. Baltimore Ave.

GREEK ORTHODOX

ST. GEORGE GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH
8805 Coastal Hwy.

LUTHERAN

ST. PETER’S LUTHERAN CHURCH
10301 Coastal Hwy.

METHODIST

ATLANTIC UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Baltimore and 4th Street

PRESBYTERIAN

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
13th Street and Philadelphia Ave.

Television Channels

2………………………………The Weather Channel
3………………………………CW 3 (CW Salisbury)
4………………………………Government Access
5………………………………FOX-21 (FOX Salisbury)
6………………………………WBOC (CBS)
7………………………………WMDT (ABC)
8………………………………RVG
9………………………………MYRTN9
10…………………………….MASN2
11…………………………….WBAL (NBC)
12…………………………….BHG Local Info
13…………………………….WJZ (CBS)
14…………………………….STARZ
15…………………………….EDUACC
16…………………………….TCN
18…………………………….JWLTV
22…………………………….WCPB (PBS)
25…………………………….FOX NEWS
26…………………………….CNN
27…………………………….HLN
28…………………………….MSNBC
29…………………………….CNBC
30…………………………….CSNHD
31…………………………….ESPN
32…………………………….ESPN2
33…………………………….MASN
34…………………………….GOLF
35…………………………….VERSUS
37…………………………….FX
38…………………………….TNT
39…………………………….TBS
40…………………………….SPIKE
41…………………………….USA
42…………………………….LIFE
43……………………………..A&E
44……………………………..FOOD
45……………………………..BRAVO
46……………………………..HGTV
47……………………………..E!
48……………………………..STYLE
49……………………………..G4
50……………………………..TLC
51……………………………..DSC
52……………………………..DHC
53……………………………..ANIMAL
54……………………………..NICk
55……………………………..TOON
56……………………………..DISNEY
57……………………………..ABCFAM
58……………………………..AMC
59……………………………..TCM
60……………………………..TVLAND
61……………………………..MTV
62……………………………..COMEDY
63……………………………..VH1
65……………………………..TRAVEL
66……………………………..GSN
67……………………………..CMT
69……………………………..HALMRK
70……………………………..BET
71……………………………..TVONE
72……………………………..TRUTV
73……………………………..SYFY
80……………………………..ION+
95……………………………..WTTG
96……………………………..CSPAN
98……………………………..EWIN
99……………………………..TV GUIDE