I stayed one night here. This is really a good place to stay. But needs some clean in and around... See full review
Jul 28, 2014
A good cheap place near Princeton for those with a car
Whole Foods within walking distance. The room had a dark wet spot on the ceiling probably from the... See full review
May 5, 2013
Perfect for leisure and business travelers alike, the Clarion Palmer Inn features free wireless high-speed Internet access, a free breakfast buffet, business center, warmly appointed guestrooms and suites, and personable service. This Princeton, NJ hotel offers a great location near Princeton University, Princeton Medical Center, the Carnegie Center and convenient to most local businesses and attractions. The hotel is filled with old-world charm, including the courtyard, sun deck, and seasonal outdoor pool, all brimming with casual elegance. Meeting facilities are available. Be sure to enjoy PURE, the on-site restaurant and lounge, during your stay. Pet accommodations: 20.00 USD per pet, per night. Pet limit: two pets, under 60lbs each. Pets must have crate, and cannot be left unattended in room.
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
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We stayed for Thanksgiving, and the price was much lower than that of the real 4-star hotels in the Princeton area. The facility is old, with the design of a '50s motel (all rooms reachable from the outside. The furniture was serviceable but not
modern. The staff was competent, but didn't offer that "we're here to make your stay pleasant" attitude that you get from staff at local 4-star hotels. Self-serve breakfast was free, which it is not at the competing 4-star hotels, but was rather low-quality, comparable to what you'd expect at a 2-3-star hotel. I think the summary is that the hotel should be rated at 3 stars and then everything is exactly as one would expect.
This is not a 4 star hotel! The photo of the hotel is deceiving. It is run down, the furniture in the rooms is dirty, the doors were not quite secured, the attached restaurant was closed and "under renovation". We were so exhausted when we
checked in, otherwise we would have not stayed. I suggest you remove this from your offerings of accomodations.
Located in Princeton, just an hour from Philadelphia's sports venues, the hotel is a great stopping point from the Down East. We didn't take advantage of all the local shops/restaurants, but they are numerous.
The room was a standard hotel size, not a larger unit as advertised. The room was a corner unit and it had a very musty smell. It was not worth the amount we paid to stay there. The continental breakfast was decent, that was the hotel's biggest
plus. We never used the pool so I cannot comment on that.