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Suburban NYC hotel and a brunch buffet

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Ok, you can all laugh and get it out of the way.

I need to find a hotel somewhere within an hour or so of NYC for a weekend overnight or 2 this month. Some work is being done in the apartment and I want to get out of there , not spend a lot (less than $100 a night) and still be close enough to drive back to the city in case I need to get back . Independent or chain hotels (Hilton or Courtyard type) are both OK. I really want a good indoor pool and decent gym. I have no preference for a specific location, though Princeton or some other place with a walkable town or indoor sites would be good. I'm not sure how parts of Connecticut are doing after the storm.

Related question about brunch buffets, also within that one hour range of the city, possibly in the same area as the hotel.If you hate them and think there's no such thing as a good buffet,I understand., But I'm looking for one anyway to make someone happy. $30 per person is OK, unlimited alcohol not required,and in a hotel or restaurant.

Any ideas?

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