Address: 2 N. Main Street, Berlin, MD 21811
Phone: (410) 641-3589
Fax: (410) 641-1337
Historic Hotel built in 1895 and located in Berlin's downtown Historic District. Victorian Décor. Gracious Hospitality. Open Year Round.
Drummer's Café located within the hotel seating up to 80 people indoors with additional outdoor seating for up to 30 on screened porch and on the Atlantic Lawn. Restaurant features casual Lite Fare dining from 11 am to closing and Fine Dining from 5 pm to closing. A full appetizer thru gourmet dessert menu is available 7 days a week. Outdoor seating is available seasonally.
Bar & Nightlife:
The Drummer's Bar is open nightly with a full selection of specialty drinks as well as the traditional favorites, a wide selection of imported and domestic beers, and an impressive wine list with all selections available by the glass.
Entertainment is abundant with a variety of musical artists featured both indoors and outdoors.
Monday night - 6 to 10 pm • Earl Beardsley on the Piano
Monday thru Friday - 4 to 6 pm • Happy Hour
Please Note: Entertainment Schedule subject to change
The Atlantic Hotel offers 18 Victorian Period Guest DeLuxe and Standard Rooms, Junior Suites and a full Suite plus a Gardner's Cottage for Honeymooners and for Special Event Stays. All accommodations feature authentic antique furniture, accessories, beautiful hand-ironed 100% cotton bedding with feather bed toppers, luxury bathroom amenities and terry toweling, spa style robes and flat screen TVs.
Check in time is 4 pm or after. Check out time is 12 noon.
Conferences, Special Events, and Weddings:
Our Atlantic Ballroom is available year round for Luncheons, Dinners, Receptions and Fundraisers seating up to 80 people or up to 125 for Cocktail Receptions. Small intimate Weddings are our specialty!
Conferences up to 60 people can be accommodated in various seating styles. A small break out room is available directly off the main ballroom accommodating up to 20 persons.
Other Special Features:
A Ladies' Parlor is located in the center of the hotel on the first floor of guest rooms and can be used as a sitting room for guests as well as a sitting/reading area in the north end of the hotel guest hallway. A small balcony opens off of the Ladies' Parlor.
The main entrance hall has a portrait wall featuring Eastern Shore families during the Victorian era leading up the main staircase to the guest rooms. A guest elevator is located at the back entrance to the hotel adjacent to the hotel parking.
In addition to the large front porch of the hotel overlooking the historic district, hotel guests may enjoy privacy on the two floors of porches on the rear of the hotel and accessible by the guest hallways. Rocking chairs are available on all porches.