Park Place Hotel Ocean City MD


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Park Place Hotel

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Address: 208 Baltimore Ave, Ocean City, MD 21842 [Map]
Phone: 410.289.6440
Email: Contact Form
Reservations: Reserve Your Room – Click Here!
Hours: Check In: 3:00 pm | Check Out: 11:00 am
Open: Seasonal
Amenities: All guest rooms including balconies are non smoking, Redecorated rooms, Microwave and refrigerator in every room, Coffee maker with complimentary coffee, Bath & Body Works Amenities, LCD TV with HD Channels, including HBO & DISNEY, and more!
Dining Options: Conner’s Beach Cafe: a full service restaurant & Conner’s Sail Loft Deck Bar: a beachfront deck bar and restaurant
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Pet Friendly: No
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More Info: For over 120 years the Conner family has been in resort hospitality in Ocean City, Maryland. This generation proudly offers a deluxe, full-service Boardwalk Hotel with a great view of Ocean and Bay. Park Place Hotel overlooks clean, well guarded, wide beaches and the fun-packed waves of the Atlantic. Best of all, the amusements are only a few blocks away.

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