- Comfort Inn
- Quality Inn Mcguire Afb
- Ramada Inn And Suites Toms River/Lakewood
- Econo Lodge Lakewood
- Wrightstown Days Inn
- Quality Inn Toms River
- Holiday Inn Toms River
- Best Western Leisure Inn
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If you are planning to visit The Garden State, you will be impressed by the choices that you will have for New Jersey hotels. From beachfront hotels to stately Victorian inns, accommodations here fit every taste and budget. If you are looking for New Jersey discount lodging, the convenience and comfort of a small motel or chain hotel should more than suffice. You might also check for deals at one of the state's casino hotels, where package deals or hotel specials could have you saving big. Short of towering mountains, New Jersey has it all. A rich history, miles of Atlantic Ocean shoreline, numerous state parks, exciting metropolitan areas and charming small towns. With a rich selection for New Jersey hotels, the last thing you'll have to worry about when planning a New Jersey vacation is where to stay.
Located within the New York City Metropolitan area is the culturally-rich Jersey City. The Jersey City hotels provide visitors to the area with more affordable options than are generally offered in Manhattan. The New Jersey discount lodging options do save you money over the New York City hotels, but you will still find that the rates here are fairly high. Staying at one of the nice downtown Jersey City hotels, you might have views of the New York City skyline, and you will be close to transportation into NYC. Staying on the New Jersey side, the Jersey City hotels have you close to Liberty State Park, which offers great views of The Statue of Liberty. Of further interest here is the Liberty Science Center. Visitors to this part of New Jersey, may also consider staying at one of the hotels in Newark NJ. Newark is the third oldest city in the nation, and while you may have spent time at its airport, perhaps you've never ventured in for a look. Particularly worthy of a visit in this city is the Newark Museum, which is the biggest in the state. You might also take a stroll through the beautiful Branch Brook Park. Whatever you do here, the hotels in Newark NJ will be ready to serve you with a variety of good options. For luxury, check out one of the downtown upscale offerings, and for a good night's sleep and ample amenities, the airport hotels in Newark NJ are a good way to go.
If you want to visit a part of New Jersey where George Washington and his band of troops set foot, the historic cities of Princeton and Trenton await your visit. You can explore the Ivy League campus of Princeton University, and with Philadelphia just across the Delaware River from Trenton, the mix of historical and modern attractions runs deeper than almost anywhere else in the country. There are many affordable options for New Jersey hotels in Trenton and Princeton, with upscale options available as well. A bed and breakfast in Princeton isn't a bad way to go at all. In the northwest part of New Jersey is where you will find some of the state's best natural landscapes, and there are plenty of state parks to enjoy. Perhaps a cabin rental might interest you. Off of the major roadways, there are plenty of chain New Jersey discount lodging options available, providing convenience for those driving. In the northern town of Vernon, you can hike the Appalachian Trail, and at the nearby Mountain Creek Village Ski Resort, you can stay at the new hotel located at the base of the slopes.
Many visitors to the state of New Jersey come to vacation on the New Jersey Atlantic Coast. The New Jersey beaches are heralded as some of the best this side of the country, and at a certain post, you can find the east coast version of Las Vegas. Atlantic City is a historic seaside New Jersey town that has seen good times and desperate times, but ever since gambling was introduced, the city has been on a steady climb to re-establishing itself as one of the east coast's prime attractions. There are currently 12 Atlantic City Casinos where you can find wonderful accommodations, and plenty of entertainment. Here, the nightlife abounds, and not only can you gamble the night away, or dance at an Atlantic City club, but you can also catch one of the Atlantic City shows. While there are options for chain brand Atlantic City hotels in the area, you can often find good deals at one of the casino hotels. Also, some of the casino Atlantic City hotels have you right by the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk, or in the fashionable Marina District. You an enjoy luxurious accommodations at the Atlantic City hotels, and with new hotels coming, it keeps getting better. The new Water Club Hotel, for example, is certainly worth checking out.
South of Atlantic City, the county of Cape May attracts thousands of visitors every year. The small resort town of Ocean City is a gateway of sorts into this county, and it is one of the more special seaside towns in the state. The perfect place for your next family vacation, the Ocean City hotels provide a most welcome mix to fit all tastes and budgets. You might explore the options for Ocean City day trips while you are here. Further down the coast yet, in fact at the southern most tip of the New Jersey shore, is the charming Victorian seaside town of Cape May. Visitors like Cape May for its restaurants, its lighthouse, its beach, and it overall picturesque setting. The Cape May hotels fill up quick in the summer, so if you plan to hit this most classic beach town when the sun is hot, you better book in advance. Just up the coast from Cape May, "The Wildwoods" area is another prime vacation destination. Two beach towns worth checking out here are Wildwood, and Wildwood Crest. Bed and breakfasts, affordable motels, vacation rentals and some nice hotels make up most of the choices for Wildwood hotels and Wildwood Crest hotels.
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