Just in time for the fall season, Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina is providing Washington D.C.-area residents with the “Getaway Fall” promotion. The special offer provides 15 percent off room rates plus breakfast for two each day. It is available when booked between now and November 30, 2020 for stay dates between now and December 19, 2020. Families can book the “Getaway Fall” promotion by visiting https://bit.ly/2H9hTfC and using the offer code GET19A.
Located on 342 acres on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, the resort offers a world-class getaway just a short drive away from the Washington D.C. area. It features several outdoor activities ideal for guests to enjoy the region’s iconic sights and attractions this fall while continuing social distancing practices. Guests can enjoy several walking paths and trails along the Choptank River, look for wildlife at the resort’s 18-acre Blue Heron Rookery wildlife refuge, learn more about local oysters at the on-site Oyster Farming Exhibit, enjoy s’mores at the resort’s Grand Fire Place, and much more.
The resort is also home to the River Marsh Golf Club, which features 18 holes of championship golf, and Sago Spa & Salon, which provides a robust menu of customizable and relaxing services perfect for the fall season.
Additionally, the resort’s team has curated the top tips for an unforgettable Chesapeake Bay Road Trip. Please find their suggestions below:
Chesapeake Bay Road Trip Tips
- Take Your Time and Enjoy the Scenery
The Mid-Atlantic’s fall season features some of the most breathtaking foliage in the nation. Travelers can enjoy the change of colors along their drive between late September and early November.
- Enjoy Fall-Themed Pit Stops along the Way
Be sure to enjoy the plethora of fall-inspired activities throughout Dorchester County, including the fall brews from local-area breweries, pumpkin patches, farm stands, and more.
- Turn your Getaway into an “Education Vacation”
Take the chance to use your fall road trip as an educational experience. Be sure to download Visit Dorchester’s app for free audio walking and driving tours that showcase the area’s history as the home of Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad. Once you arrive at the resort, be sure to visit the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Learning Center, and on-site oyster farming exhibit.
- Bring your Binoculars
Chesapeake Bay is among the best places in the nation for wildlife and birding opportunities, with the resort’s 18-acre Blue Heron Rookery and the nearby 28,000-acre Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge which is home to more than 250 bird species including the Great Blue Heron, the American Bald Eagle, and wild geese.