New Jersey Shore-hotels

Old Apr 13th, 2005, 06:39 PM
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New Jersey Shore-hotels

Ok, so i've been doing some research and I've took some advice on the belmar area, I have come up with some hotels around it... What do you think? and if you were to choose, which one would it be as far as location etc..? Staybridge suites:Eatontown-tinton falls/ Howard johnson: middletown/redbank Residence inn: tinton falls or marriot in lincroft/redbank???


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Old Apr 13th, 2005, 08:27 PM
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You haven't indicated where you are coming FROM: Oregon or Pennsylvania? California or Delaware? or WHY: to visit relative? to go to the beach? to visit Atlantic City? to go to the racetrack at Monmouth Park?
 
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None are close to Belmar. Try looking in Wall or Spring Lake. The best that I know of is the Hewitt Wellington in Spring Lake (732-974-1212.
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I will be traveling from Boston, and i want to stay near the beach , but i also like the nightlife
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The hotels you mention are not particularly near either.

Need to do more homework on the area. Manasquan, Avon, Belmar, Point Pleasant, all sound like what you're looking for. Most of these areas though are seasonal rentals for college students. Won't find a hotel in those towns.

Look for motels in those towns instead of chain hotels. There are no chain hotels there.
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Try this:

http://www.pointpleasantbeach.com/hotels.htm

PP is a good location for beach & nightlife for your age group. Jenkinson's & Tiki Bar on the Boardwalk sound like exactly the kind of nightlife you're looking for.

Many of our friends had season rentals in Point for years in our 20's. Lots of fun. (we're 30's now...outta the shore house game).

Good luck & Have fun!
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like others have said. no chain hotels look for lodging in the towns along the shore. belmar point pleasant beach AND point pleasant boro. almost all of the hotels are family owned so chamber of commerce lists may help too.
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You can look for accommodations at these sites:
www.springlake.org

www.belmarchamber.com
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