Hotel is very nice,Front deck people are very helpful, As the the room couldn't have asked for any thing better. Very clean well maintained. Had dinner in the restaurant which was very good also. Breakfast was a bonus...would stay there again. Actually returning for a wedding in April can't wait...
Traveller from Long Island, NY
Set on eight garden-filled acres, this Victorian-furnished family-owned hotel is within walking distance to New Jersey …More
Room and total atmosphere was pleasing to the eye. I was disappointed to find out through a letter at the desk (made a couple days ago) that the pool was closed. I had children with me and that was the only incentive to book. It was hard to come up with a supplement on such a short notice and to find out their wifi/internet doesn't connect for gaming systems added the special touch. You can imagine the overnight joy. The rooms are very spacious and nice décor. The only issue I had was it too forever for the heat to come on for the room as well as the water. To stay for a nice bed and pillow, you're good. I would suggest calling before to see about any renovations.
Located in the heart of Morristown, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Morristown Green and First Baptist Church. Inline …More
Hotel was recovering from major snow storm, but room was ready and heat had been turned on when we arrived. Rooms have been recently redone. Clean and very comfortable bed. Great quality TV! Will stay there again.
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Morristown City Hall, Morristown Memorial …More
Sunday brunch was very good.
Out door pool in the summer time was a plus.
Given extra time to check without any stress was greatly appreciated.
However, I have stayed at Westin properties before and I am very accustomed to a more posh hotel.
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Acorn Hall and Washington's Headquarters Museum. Morris …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.