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Groups can gather to watch Wednesday night sailboat races in Annapolis


For those in search of team building, there are many local golf courses, zip lin- ing adventures, sailboat racing, and more. For the ultimate Chesapeake experience, sport fishing charters are another popular “on the water outing” for individuals and groups.


Annapolis also is home to eclectic bou- tiques and malls for shopping, beautiful historic gardens, am array of site tours, as well as a wide range of art galleries.


Annapolis is home to Rams Head on Stage, one of the nation’s most popular entertainment venues with under 500 seats, where national artists are featured nightly. The cultural scene here includes the Annapolis Symphony, Ballet, Opera and several theater companies that per- form throughout the year.


For foodies, Annapolis offers a broad selection of dining destinations, many with outdoor, patio and waterfront dining options. Dine in a historic inn, circa 1747, or crack open Maryland blue crabs as a main course after a bowl of traditional Maryland crab soup. If seafood is not the cuisine of choice, other local options include most any style of American as well as International cuisine choices throughout the city.


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With all that Annapolis has to offer, it is even more enticing to visit because of the city’s easy walkability, making for a memorable visit for everyone attending a meeting or event here.


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Best Western Plus BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport North, formerly the Sleep Inn and Suites BWI, underwent a $2.5 million renovation and was rebrand- ed in summer of 2014. The 145-room property has 2,000-square feet of meet- ing space, provides a complimentary breakfast buffet and motor coach park- ing.


After being closed a few years for reno- vations, the Comfort Inn and Suites BWI opened in the winter of 2014. In the course of a $3-million renovation, the property has been reconfigured to include more suites. The 161-room property offers 100 double rooms and 4,000-square feet of meeting space, including an executive boardroom.


Both the Best Western Plus and the Comfort Inn are located near to Baltimore’s North Linthicum Light Rail Stop, and just a few miles from M&T


Bank Stadium, the home of the NFL’s Ravens, and Oriole Park at Camden Yards, home to MLB’s Orioles.


Chesapeake Bay Beach Club in Stevensville is planning to build a new 54-room luxury boutique hotel in 2015 called The Inn at the Beach Club, which will feature meeting and event space and a farm-and-bay-to-table restaurant.


The Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa improved its beachfront in the summer of 2014 by adding tons of white sand, new beach lounge furniture and a dance floor on the beach. The resort plans to add a new outdoor waterfront wedding ceremony location, as well. It is expect- ed to make its debut at Chesapeake Beach Resort and Spa’s Waterfront Bridal Show in the spring of 2015.


Loews Annapolis Hotel completed the final phase of its three-year renovation project in March of 2014. The latest ren- ovations updated the hotel’s 215 guest rooms, 17 suites and guest corridors. As a crowning touch to the renovations, Loews Annapolis installed a new public feature by hanging sails in its four-story atrium. The latest updates wrap up a renovation project that included a new lobby design unveiled in 2012 and an


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