Hospitality

& Tourism

Home to Maryland’s only ocean resort – and one of the nation’s most beloved vacation destinations – tourism is the county’s leading economic driver. From Ocean City’s 10,000 hotel rooms and the Eastern Shore’s only casino, to hundreds of restaurants, attractions and amusements, Maryland’s Coast is powered by recreation and relaxation!

Aloft Ocean City

Greeted by striking modern architecture and a multi-colored porte-cochere, the Aloft Hotel is one of Ocean City’s growing class of boutique properties. With modern features and beautifully appointed common areas, the 120-room hotel overlooking Isle...

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Harrison Group

One of Worcester’s largest employers, the Harrison Group is an anchor tenant of the county’s hospitality industry. Matriarch Lois Harrison opened Ocean City’s flagship Harrison Hall overlooking the boardwalk in 1951. Her sons John and...

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Roland E. Powell Convention Center

The Powell Convention Center has been a magnet for conventions, trade shows, sporting events and concerts since opening in 1997. The 214,000 sq. ft. facility offers bayfront meeting rooms, a 1,200-seat Performing Arts Center and...

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Aloft Ocean City

Greeted by striking modern architecture and a multi-colored porte-cochere, the Aloft Hotel is one of Ocean City’s growing class of boutique properties. With modern features and beautifully appointed common areas, the 120-room hotel overlooking Isle...

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Harrison Group

One of Worcester’s largest employers, the Harrison Group is an anchor tenant of the county’s hospitality industry. Matriarch Lois Harrison opened Ocean City’s flagship Harrison Hall overlooking the boardwalk in 1951. Her sons John and...

Read More

Roland E. Powell Convention Center

The Powell Convention Center has been a magnet for conventions, trade shows, sporting events and concerts since opening in 1997. The 214,000 sq. ft. facility offers bayfront meeting rooms, a 1,200-seat Performing Arts Center and...

Read More