My sister and I were visiting relatives in Princeton. We found the hotel to be all new and I assume it is a makeover as locals say the hotel has been here for years. It was so very pleasant to have new carpets, bath, and bedding. The personnel were pleasant and helpful, the breakfast was good, and all was very clean. Thanks Hampton Inn for a lovely stay.
We had a little trouble finding the hotel because it sits up on a hill in a woods. But a phone call to the desk and we were given excellent directions to follow. The staff was wonderful, friendly. The complimentary breakfast was very good and it started at 6:00 so we could get an early start on the road. Our rooms were clean, tastefully decorated, and the usual amenities were there. They had a nice lounge where we were able to grab a late night meal. The food was typical bar fare, but it was very good and the staff once again was very friendly. It was raining while we were there so we were unable to use the pool. But it looked nice and well maintained. I think the only thing I would change is installing an elevator, but then again I'm getting old.....
"Sounds like a tongue in cheek review but it's true"
I hate to disparage people who seem to be trying but the proprietors of this
B&B are inept and a bit odd at best -- scary at worst. A half hour before arriving at the inn, we were stopped by the local police. A brake light was out but I think curiosity about the out-of-state plates was his main concern. He warned me away from this inn saying he wouldn't have his family stay there. Hmmm? As the skies darkened and we drove the winding roads of McDowell County searching for signs, I become increasingly unnerved. Made it there and survived the night. Awoke to no breakfast, no coffee, and no sign that the proprietors were still on this side of the living or the law. I threw the room keys on the table and left fast. Later, got a message on our home phone apologizing but their excuse made no sense--power outage in their part of the inn. I'm pretty tolerant and pretty well-travelled. This inn is overpriced and suitable only for visitors researching characters for a twilight-zone type short story.
Bee1212 from Washington, DC, USA
This 1900 Italianate bed and breakfast is located on Route 52 in Landgraff, between Eckman and Kimbal on the "Coal …More
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