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Guest will enjoy the spa-like bathroom experience, featuring a separate bathroom and shower area, accessed through a sleek sliding doors, marble-top vanity, upgraded bath amenities and creative lighting, all which will help you to re-energize.
Guest Bathroom Vanity
Each of our suites has everything you need to look and feel your best. You'll find hair dryers, irons and ironing boards, plush cotton towels and vanities with great lighting.
Suite Bathroom Amenities
Start your morning off right in our suites with our upscale Paul Mitchell amenities.
Located in nearby Hamilton, Grounds for Sculpture is a 35- acre sculpture park and museum featuring contemporary artwork from many renowned artists.
Lambertville is known as "The Antique Capital of New Jersey." While there you'll find historic homes and public buildings in which visitors will find a variety of shops, art galleries, antique stores, unique crafts and restaurants.
Princeton Palmer Square
Palmer Square boasts a unique collection of shopping and dining right in the heart of downtown. Experience charming classic architecture mixed with contemporary elements, while you stroll along the tree lined streets.
Only minutes away, Ivy League member, Princeton University is the fourth-oldest college in the United States and is considered as one of the world's renowned research university.
Trenton State House
The New Jersey State House is located in downtown Trenton and is the seat of government for the State of New Jersey. It is the second oldest state house in continuous legislative use in the United States. The building is currently home to the NJ Senate, NJ General Assembly, as well as offices for state government departments.
Washington Crossing Historic Park
Washington Crossing Historic Park preserves and interprets for citizens and visitors the site at which General George Washington planned and executed his daring crossing of the Delaware River on December 25, 1776. Washington led his troupes to victory in the Battle of Trenton and turning the tide of the Revolutionary War. Enjoy an annual Reenactment of this historical event.