New Jersey Lodging for Every Vacation
The Jersey Shore and its surrounding beaches are one of the biggest attractions in the state. If you’re planning a seaside vacation, accommodations are plentiful within all of New Jersey’s beach towns. The Virginia Hotel in Cape May sets the standard for luxury by combining both modern and classic touches with a short, half block walk to the beach. With twenty-four guest rooms featuring individually unique designs and décor, it’s no wonder The Virginia has been ranked as one of the top 10 U.S. hotels in the Mid-Atlantic and New York by Conde Nast since 2012.
If the vibrant and action-packed scene of Atlantic City is what you are looking for, check out the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa. With over 2,000 guest rooms, the Borgata boasts the largest poker room in Atlantic City, with nearly 3,475 slot machines and 250 table games. The property features multiple event and entertainment venues, a comedy club, various nightclubs, stylish boutiques and shops, a first-class spa and a variety of dining options.
If you are looking to travel off the beaten path from Jersey’s famous coast and shore, check out the Skylands Region in New Jersey’s great northwest. Known for its canoe-friendly rivers and excellent kayaking, along with two national parks filled with lakes, rivers and rustic rolling hills, the region also boasts a variety of entertainment, shopping, dining and excellent lodging accommodations. In fact, some of the most unique lodging is the area’s quaint bed and breakfasts, including The Wooden Duck Bed and Breakfast, The RoseMary Inn and The Inn at Millrace Pond.
For an all-outdoors experience and the chance to connect with nature, New Jersey’s Delaware Region has astounding campsites where you can set up your tent, bring your RV or rent a cabin. Situated on 113 beautiful woodland acres, Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort includes activities such as volleyball and basketball courts, bike paths, lake fishing and its Splash Park with inflatable slides. Parvin State Park, on the edge of the Pine Barrens, allows camping from April 1 to October 31, is pet-friendly and terrific for fishing.
No matter what your vacation preference, New Jersey has the perfect place for you, from quiet and serene to the fun and adventurous and everything in between.