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New Jersey: Beaches, Boardwalks and Bustling Cities

A stone’s throw from Manhattan and home to more than 130 miles of Atlantic shoreline, New Jersey is not only one of the most populous states in the U.S. but also one of the most visited. Domestic tourists and international travellers alike make their way to this part of the world, all looking to enjoy the long stretches of beach, bustling boardwalks, busy city streets and scenic parkland. In fact, you might be surprised by just what awaits you in the Garden State.

Betting it All in Atlantic City

Undoubtedly, the most popular tourist destination in New Jersey, Atlantic City is something of a novelty along the Eastern Seaboard. The resort city is world-renowned for its numerous and vast casinos, not least because this is one of the few locations you’re legally allowed to gamble. Records show that only Las Vegas has more casinos in America.

Vast casino resorts with shiny hotels, world-class amenities and a plethora of dining options await visitors in Atlantic City. Whether you’re into slot machines, blackjack or poker, you’ll find no shortage of places to lay your money down. If you’re lucky, you might even leave with a few extra dollars.

As well as legalised gambling, Atlantic City is also known for its boardwalk, America’s first boardwalk. Stretching more than five miles, you’ll discover a world of entertainment and attractions along the historic walkway, including amusement parks, piers, restaurants, bars and much more.

Fun and Frolics Down the Shore

For those living in New York, Philadelphia, Washington and the other metropolises of the Northeast, New Jersey has long been thought of as a family-friendly vacation destination. Generations of families have traditionally headed “down the shore” to enjoy a pleasant getaway from the city, and continue to do so today.

Ocean City is one of the most popular destinations along the Jersey Shore. Home to pristine beaches, an exciting boardwalk and hundreds of hotels, the city is an ideal destination for those looking to enjoy a weekend break or a week-long getaway. The same can be said of the Wildwoods, consisting of Wildwood, Wildwood Crest and North Wildwood. Like Ocean City, beaches and boardwalks await visitors to the area.

If you’re looking for something a little more unique than your typical Jersey Shore haunt, Cape May, NJ may be the destination for you. Located in the southernmost part of the state, this small city still features an array of wooden, Victorian-style properties. To say this is a postcard-friendly destination is an understatement. If you’re lucky enough, you may even find yourself staying in an historic, Victorian-era hotel. Of course, even at Cape May there’s plenty of beach to be enjoyed too.

Trenton: The State Capital

Located in the west of the state, close to the Pennsylvania border, Trenton, NJ serves as the state capital. As such, it routinely welcomes government and business travellers. But for all the administrative duties that are undertaken here, there’re still a number of interesting sights for tourists to take in.

The New Jersey State Museum collects tens of thousands of artefacts and antiquities to provide an educational look at history, archaeology, culture and fine arts. It’s easy to spend a full day roaming its exhibit rooms taking in the treasures on display. Additionally, the museum also houses a popular planetarium.

An important site during the American Revolutionary War, you’ll also find a number of historic sites located about the city, as well as war memorials. The Old Barracks Museum is worth a visit, as is the Trenton Battle Monument.

When you’re done with your historical explorations, Six Flags Great Adventure theme park is less than 30 minutes from Trenton by car. For those travelling with children, this is sure to be an unmissable stop.

Princeton: A Historic University Town

Famed for its Ivy League university, Princeton serves as a pleasant stopover point on any tour of New Jersey. The university itself, which was actually founded before the United States declared its independence from the British, houses a host of historic buildings, each one more picturesque than the last.

Princeton is also home to Princeton Battlefield State Park, the site of the battle of Princeton. Travellers can enjoy scenic gardens, walking trails, museums and other pleasant amenities during their visit to the park.

In the Shadow of Manhattan

Of course, it’s hard to think of New Jersey without imagining the looming towers and hurried streets of New York City, which lays so close by. Many travellers heading for the Big Apple land at Newark Liberty International Airport, situated in Newark, NJ, and continue their journey onwards.

Visitors to Jersey City or Hoboken can simply look across the bay and marvel at the Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan skyline. Meanwhile, East Rutherford, NJ houses the monolithic MetLife Stadium, home to both of the NFL’s New York teams, the Giants and the Jets. Between September and December, thousands of football fans make the journey from New York to New Jersey each week to cheer on their team.

With hotel prices generally lower in the Garden State, New Jersey can be a viable base of operations for travellers looking to explore Manhattan without breaking the bank. As long as you’re okay with public transport, travelling between the two is as easy as hopping on a bus or catching a train.

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    Hotel Holiday Inn Newark Airport North Newark

    Ramada Plaza Newark International Airport is located in close proximity to the eponymous airport and features an on-site restaurant and free Wi-Fi. All rooms are comfortable and provide guests with coffee/tea-making facilities, a television that comes with cable channels and a refrigerator. Guests can make use of the on-site fitness facilities, a business center and laundry facilities as well as a 24-hour front desk that is manned by a multilingual staff. Furthermore, Wi-Fi is free and accessible in all areas of the hotel including guest rooms. An on-site restaurant serves all meals and a buffet-style breakfast is available each morning for a surcharge while a lounge bar serves drinks. The Prudential Center is roughly three miles from Ramada Plaza Newark International Airport, as is Newark Penn Station which can take guests to Manhattan in a short amount of time. There are several shops, bars and restaurants nearby as well. more

    Hotel Riviera Newark

    This 1920s-era budget hotel has been rated one star and provides accommodations in an urban neighborhood that is a short distance from the Newark Penn Station, which can easily take guests into Manhattan. Each room features hardwood floors and a sitting area in addition to a flat-screen cable television, mini-fridge, free Wi-Fi, and private bathrooms. Some rooms feature views of the New York skyline. On-site amenities include a coffee shop and internet café, conference room, fitness center, and a 24-hour front desk. Secure parking is also available for an additional cost. Guests can purchase hot and cold sandwiches at the on-site store. Hotel Riviera also has vending machines with snacks, or the front desk can make suggestions for local dining options. Hotel Riviera is about a 10-minute drive from the Newark Liberty International Airport. The Prudential Center and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center are a five-minute drive away. Rutgers University is one mile from the hotel. more

    Hotel New York Homestay Newark

    Just outside of New York City, across the river in Newark, is the New York Homestay offering budget shared accommodations and helpful staff. The rooms include two-person private bedrooms with a shared bathroom in an actual home. There are twin and double beds available. This homestay is ideal for short stays and international travellers looking for basic accommodations. Guests are provided access to shared living and dining room areas with a host family and possibly other visitors. Your stay includes linen and towels. The New York Homestay offers full use of the self-catering kitchen equipment and utensils. The homestay is located in Newark close to the airport, with easy access into New York City via only a twenty minute New Jersey Transit train ride into Penn Station, the bustling centre of the city. There is an easy connection from the New Jersey Train to the subway metro system. more

    Hotel Doubletree By Hilton Newark Airport Newark

    Doubletree by Hilton Newark Airport is a mid-range hotel located just a four minutes’ drive from Newark Liberty International Airport. Guest rooms boast contemporary decor. HDTV, desk, air conditioning, ironing facilities, coffee maker and hairdryer are standard. There is a fee for WiFi. Doubletree by Hilton Newark Airport offers on-site parking for a fee. Indoor pool, Jacuzzi, business center, meeting space, dry cleaning/laundry services, car rental, ATM, concierge, safe deposit box and room service are a plus. Airport shuttle charges a fee. Bistro 128 serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and features American fare, cocktails, beer and wine. The Bar offers cocktails and light snacks. MetLife Stadium, Jersey Garden Outlets, Rutgers University, Hoboken Waterfront, Liberty Science Center, The Statue of Liberty and New Jersey Performing Arts Center are a short drive away. more

    Hotel Best Western Plus Robert Treat Newark

    The three star hotel of Best Western Robert Treat is located in the city of Newark, New Jersey. The hotel is right next to the Military Park and near the centre of town. There are 169 guest rooms and suites including 2 rooms for people with a disability that are wheelchair accessible. Guests can choose between an smoking or non-smoking room. All the guest rooms have cable or satellite television with in room movies, coffee and tea making facilities, refrigerator, iron, iron board, high speed internet access, telephone with free local calls, air conditioning, in room safe and wake up service. Room service is available between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. The hotel serves complimentary breakfast every day. There is a cocktail lounge and an exercise facility with rowing machine and stair stepper. There is a business centre with meeting space for up to 1500 people with meeting, banquet and conference facilities. The hotel has 24 hour front desk service with concierge. Late checkout is possible at request. There is Laundromat and dry cleaning. more

    Hotel Comfort Suites Newark Newark

    Comfort Suites Newark is only a 15-minute walk from downtown Newark. Guests can swing by the lobby for a complimentary cup of coffee or to pick up a daily newspaper on weekdays. Free Wi-Fi can be found in the accommodations at Comfort Suites Newark as well as a workstation. Rooms also come equipped with a TV with cable channels, a minibar and microwave. There is a fitness room at the property and guests can park on-site for free. There is also a business center with fax and copy services available. Several restaurants including Spanish Pavilion and Theatre Square Grill are within five minutes of the hotel by car. There is also a complimentary breakfast served at the property on a daily basis. Newark Liberty International Airport is a 15-minute drive away while the Newark Broad Street Train and Light Rail Station is a ten-minute walk from the property. more