Overall, nice property. But the front desk staff were poorly trained. Check in went okay, but then my husband arrived later to get his key, and there was no one to be found. After waiting 15 minutes (there was no bell or other call mechanism at the desk), he had to have the bartender call to get someone to the front desk. When we checked out, they had failed to direct bill the room to Expedia and gave me a run-around about internet not being included although it clearly had been so in the Expedia rate. It took about 15 minutes of discussion with the staff (who never got a manager, who might have addressed it immediately) to get the issue resolved. And I will still be watching my credit card statement.
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Acorn Hall and Washington's Headquarters Museum. Morris …More
The Madison has a wonderful atmosphere and is located right across from the train station which we took in from New York City. The restaurants are wonderful and they have live music every night and the bands were great. We also loved the cookies and lemonade at the front desk and the breakfast each morning was great!!
Set on eight garden-filled acres, this Victorian-furnished family-owned hotel is within walking distance to New Jersey …More
This New Jersey town’s claim to fame is being the military capital during the American Revolutionary War. Morristown is home to the largest statue of Thomas Paine, as well as to The Seeing Eye, a guide dog school.