Explore Maryland's Picturesque Eastern Shore and the Best of the Cambridge Hotels with Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay

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Experience a Chesapeake Bay Vacation Package and Enjoy Stunning Fall Foliage, Indigenous Wildlife, and More

Stunning fall foliage and indigenous wildlife beckon visitors to Maryland's Chesapeake Bay region, one of the most well-preserved areas in the nation. And this autumn, the four-diamond Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay, the leading Cambridge hotel, invites travelers to discover the awe-inspiring Eastern Shore with its new "Explore" Chesapeake Bay vacation package. The special deal, available through December 2011, includes a family pass to the nearby Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge resort gift, s'mores kit, and a $40 food and beverage credit.

Fall is the ideal season to explore Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, comprised of 27,000 acres filled with freshwater ponds, forests and numerous animal species. Visitors can observe nature first-hand by driving, walking or cycling. Early morning bird walks, canoeing and kayaking offer a close look at visiting bald eagles and ospreys. Travelers can also try their hand at crabbing, available until the end of December.

After a day of exploring, guests can head back to the Cambridge hotel for authentic Eastern Shore cuisine. The Explore Chesapeake package's $40 food and beverage credit can be used at any of the resort's six delectable dining destinations. Favorites include jumbo lump crab cakes at the chic Water's Edge Grill, and grilled local rockfish at the casual Blue Point Provision Company. Roasting s'mores by the resort's grand two-story fireplace is a sweet finale to the day.

Travelers can take advantage of numerous resort events this autumn. On November 12-14, acclaimed wildlife artist Alan James Robinson will share his work and insights on watercolor techniques, drawings and etchings. Wine appreciation seminars, Family Iron Chef competitions and cookie decorating are regularly held throughout the season.

Complimentary amenities at Hyatt Chesapeake Bay include indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, a fitness center, a private beach, a volleyball court, miniature and frisbee golf, a game room, and Blue Heron Rookery, a private onsite nature preserve. The newly renovated River Marsh Golf Club features an 18-hole championship golf course and golf lessons for all ages. Stillwater Spa provides an array of revitalizing Eastern Shore-inspired spa treatments. Exciting water adventures at River Marsh Marina include boating, fishing, and crabbing excursions, as well as sunset cruises. Downtown Cambridge is just a five-minute drive away and boasts a variety of art galleries, boutiques, and endless opportunities for fall fun.

The Explore Chesapeake package is available now through December 31, 2011, with rates starting at $334 per night. The package includes luxurious accommodations, a $40 food and beverage credit per room, per night; complimentary s'mores kit, resort gift, Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge family pass, and a guaranteed 1 p.m. late check-out. Rate is based upon availability, double occupancy and is exclusive of tax and resort fee.

For more information and to make hotel reservations, please call 800.633.7313 or visit http://www.chesapeakebay.hyatt.com . Become a fan of the resort on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/hyattchesapeake .

Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina is the premier four-diamond resort of the Chesapeake Bay. The property, which completed a seven-million-dollar renovation in 2009, is nestled on 342 magnificent acres along the Choptank River, and features 400 luxurious rooms and suites. Among amenities are six superb dining options; an award-winning, 18-hole championship golf course; the 150-slip River Marsh Marina; an 18,000 square-foot Stillwater Spa; multi-level indoor and outdoor swimming pools; a fitness facility, and a children's recreation center. For reservations and information, please call 800.633.7313 or visit http://www.hyattregencychesapeakebay.com .


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