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The beach is quiet, far from the boardwalk and family friendly.
The staff are really friendly and helpful.
Beds were strangely comfortable for the kind of ocean city crash pad it is.
The kitchens are surprisingly complete.
Are things a little dated? Is the hotel...More
Me and my family only had time for a small 3 day vacation and limited funds, We got a fantastic deal the day before rental on Surf Inn, we wanted a hotel with a kitchenette to cook and at least 3 beds, we had 2...More
i Was always happy, Davon was Great with me. Staying there for least 10 years 4 times
a summer, last week of Sept at the Sahara.The housekeeping Gals were always nice
always asking if i needed any thing.I will be looking to stay at the...More
I must say I was quite impressed with the Tides overall experience. The rooms were definitely roomy enough for a family of four, considering we only needed a place to sleep because who stays in their room when at Beach. The rooms were clean and...More
We booked online and there's a cancellation charge so we stayed. The room smells very musty and might even be moldy. The kitchenette has a world tiniest coffee pot which was dirty. A two burner stove, full size frig which WAS clean. There's one frying...More
The Tides is about 40 blocks from the boardwalk. It's 3 miles, starts at the inlet and ends at 28th street. There is a bus you can ride all day for 3. Umbrellas are 15 per day, chairs are 7 Its cheaper to buy them at Walmart... More
The Tides is about 40 blocks from the boardwalk. It's 3 miles, starts at the inlet and ends at 28th street. There is a bus you can ride all day for 3. Umbrellas are 15 per day, chairs are 7 Its cheaper to buy them at Walmart or Sunsations when you get there.