Summer in Princeton involves sunset trips to the lake, Ivy League eateries, picnicking alongside history, and discovering the energy that makes Princeton stand above the rest. Come see what makes this town so unique. We know you’re going to fall in love so we listed the best hotels in the area so you can stay for more than one day.

Nassau Inn

10 Palmer Square, Princeton, NJ 08542

Historic charm, modern sophistication and nestled in the heart of downtown Palmer Square, where you can experience walkable open-air shopping, dining, and entertainment. What more could you ask for?

Summer Deal: Book your escape before September 22nd and receive 25% off!

Interior of a room at the Nassau Inn in Princeton

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The Inn at Glencairn

3301 Lawrenceville Road, Princeton, NJ 08540

Winner of the 2020 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Award, which they’ve been a recipient of for six continuous years. They take their job seriously, and we love the charm embedded into every inch of this place, along with the incredible hospitality and amazing breakfast served each morning.

A room at the Inn at Glencairn in Princeton

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The Peacock Inn

20 Bayard Lane, Princeton, NJ 08540

Luxury amenities and fine dining in Princeton’s only boutique hotel. Rooms have been recently renovated to include all the works, and their restaurant includes perfectly prepared farm-fresh food from local farms along with artisanal cocktails. It’s got all the Princeton class.

A room at the Peacock Inn in Princeton

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Hyatt Regency Princeton

102 Carnegie Center, Princeton, NJ 08540

Not only is this perfectly located for those looking to explore, but it comes with a glass-enclosed heated pool, state-of-the-art gym and scenic running/biking paths outside. Modern, classy and excellent customer service.

A room at the Hyatt Regency Princeton

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The Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village

201 Village Road, Princeton, NJ 08540

Another great location as it’s nestled in Forrestal Village, where there’s charming outdoor shops and dining and is conveniently located to downtown Princeton. This is also pet-friendly with rooms that feature purified air, a hypoallergenic environment and allergy-friendly bedding.

A Room in the Westin Princeton

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Now that you’ve started exploring, why not make it a road trip and see more of what makes NJ so beautiful? Check out our Ultimate Social Distancing NJ Road Trip guide here.