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updated look for Loews Annapolis’ more than 20,000-square feet of flexible meeting and function space.


O’Callaghan Annapolis Hotel recently underwent a multi-million dollar, top-to- bottom renovation that includes improvements to the hotel’s public space, restaurant and 119 guest rooms.


Westin Annapolis Hotel wrapped up a $5-million, 14-month total hotel renova- tion project in early 2014. Highlights of the renovation included creation of its 3,600-square foot Annapolis Ballroom, featuring an open kitchen. The renova- tion also involved a refresh of the 6,400-square foot main ballroom, along with a soft goods renovation of its 225 guest rooms, hallways, lobby and Azure restaurant. The addition of the Annapolis Ballroom boosts the hotel’s meeting space to 18,200-square feet.


The Annapolis Maritime Museum (AMM) installed three new kiosks at its home in the old McNasby Oyster Packing Plant in Eastport in February 2014. The Critter Kiosk features an interactive crit- ter identification key that allows visitors to identify all of the creatures in the AMM’s 850-gallon aquarium. The History Kiosk includes the history of McNasby’s as well as key events in the history of Eastport, Annapolis and the world. The Work Boats Kiosk explains how boats were built, used and altered to meet the needs of individuals work- ing on the waterfront through the years.


Also in early 2014, Annapolis Sailing Cruises became the first Annapolis and Chesapeake Bay attraction to be desig- nated as a Maryland Green Travel Partner by the Maryland Office of Tourism Development. The company was recognized for its waste reduction and energy efficiency efforts.


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.


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