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Stroll the beautiful campuses of Princeton University, the College of New Jersey, and Rider University, or visit nearby Six Flags for fun and excitement.


A short distance away is Lambertville and New Hope (on the other side of the Delaware River), two destinations that feature shopping, vineyards, dining and antiquing.


Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton features art exhibits, a sculpture garden and the popular Rat's restaurant.


Chauncey Hotel and Conference Center, Princeton, NJ PlacestoMeet


The Princeton-Mercer area and surrounding region offer an abundance of unique and comfortable hotel and lodging options, totaling more than 45 properties with over 5,200 hotel rooms in major hotels and conference centers, boutique hotels, inns, resorts and bed and break- fasts.


Chauncey Hotel and Conference Center boasts a lakeside property just minutes from historic Princeton that is surrounded by 370 acres of woodlands. Offering a welcoming setting for meetings, events, dining, leisure and weddings, Chauncey features luxurious guest rooms, a conference center, indoor salt water swimming pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, dining room, lobby bar and even a helipad. Tucked away close by is the property’s historic Laurie House, a former hunt club that welcomes guests to enjoy the intimate atmosphere of a small inn with inviting rooms for special occasions and seven elegant bed and break- fast-style accommodations.


The Princeton Marriott at Forrestal is situated on 25 wooded acres in historic Princeton near Plainsboro. In addition to 302 guest rooms and over 38,000-square feet of state-of-the-art meeting space, this recently renovated hotel offers one of Princeton’s top day spas, a health club, swimming pool, indoor tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, a 24-hour fitness center, plus opportunities for team building.


Holiday Inn in Princeton offers over 182 well-appointed guest rooms and amenities, such as complimentary high-speed wireless Internet, a business center, 24-hour fitness center, swimming pool, an on-site restaurant, a bar area, 3,000-square feet of flexible meeting space, as well as on-site catering.


SpringHill Suites in Ewing boasts 25 percent more space than compa- rable hotel rooms along with a well-lit work area complete with an ergonomic chair. Amenities include a fitness center, fire pit and patio area, heated indoor swimming pool, restaurant and bar.


Recently renovated, the Crowne Plaza Princeton Conference Center Hotel is one of the largest and most accommodating business hotels in the Central New Jersey area. It boasts more than 37,000-square feet of IACC-certified meeting space among its 54 conference rooms, including a 360-seat amphitheater. Nestled on 27 acres of grounds, this Princeton hotel offers resort-like amenities such as an indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, expansive fitness center, tennis courts, soft- ball field, indoor basketball half-court, as well as racquetball and squash courts. The Forrestal Grille offers dining in a casual setting. Or relax and unwind at Flight, a martini and wine bar.


Location Reports consist of information obtained


from local convention and visitors bureaus


(denoted by website) along with additional sources.


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