Inn at Lambertville Station

11 Bridge St., Lambertville, New Jersey, 08530, USA

The "station" in the hotel's name refers to the restaurant, an 1867 stone building designed by Thomas Ustick Walter, architect of the dome on the U.S. Capitol, as the headquarters of the Belvidere-Delaware Railroad. The hotel itself, tucked back away from the street, is a more modern building, but the lobby's soaring wood ceiling and wall of antique portraits sets a timeless tone. Guest rooms have been restyled with classic furnishings, and the pricier ones have sitting areas and gas fireplaces. All have a river view, however, because the inn is set at right angles to the Delaware. Complimentary continental breakfast is delivered to rooms.

PROS

  • on the waterfront
  • watching the sun set over the river can be especially pretty

CONS

  • restaurant's food and service can be spotty

Location

QUICK FACTS

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HOTEL INFO

Phones: 609-397–4400 | 800-524–1091

HOTEL DETAILS

46 rooms
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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