Inspector Pick (Classification): It doesn't get any better than this in Princeton. Wonderful food, great service and a country mood in the heart of town. Love this place!
Charming Princeton has its fair share of gracious accommodations, but this small inn tops the ranks, intelligently blending the authentically historical with fine, contemporary luxury. Renovated to a high standard in 2010, the boutique aspects of the property allow for a highly personalized experience. For travelers in town for business or pleasure, it is hard to beat having fine dining on site, as well as a comfortable, upscale bar that also serves full and quite dazzling dinners. Steps from the main thoroughfare of Nassau Street, the property originally was an early 20th-century rooming house, which placed no religious restrictions on guests, as other Princeton hotels did at the time. Albert Einstein was a guest on first arriving in Princeton after fleeing the Nazis. The hotel discreetly plays host to many of today's tech, show business and business luminaries. Rooms vary in size, but all have upscale décor and custom or antique furnishings. This lovely corner of New Jersey is as close to Manhattan in mood as it gets.
Smoke free premises. 16 units. 3 stories (no elevator), interior corridors.