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Days Inn by Wyndham Hillsborough, hotel in Hillsborough

Conveniently located off 206 and featuring easy access to Interstate 287, this Hillsborough, New Jersey hotel is a short distance from area attractions and offers a variety of thoughtful amenities.

Convenient
5.9
Scored 5.9
Above average
Rated okay
449 reviews
Price from$84per night
MHO INN and SUITES, hotel in Hillsborough

All rooms have thick black-out curtains and feature padded armchairs in the seating area. Each room is fitted with satellite TV, microwave and mini-fridge.

Bed was comfortable. Room was a good size.
7.2
Scored 7.2
Good
Rated good
504 reviews
Price from$80.75per night
Garden Executive Hotel, hotel in Hillsborough

Conveniently located off I-287, this hotel in South Plainfield is an 11-minute drive from Rutgers University. A 24-hour gym and spacious guest rooms with free Wi-Fi are available.

location was good
7.3
Scored 7.3
Good
Rated good
856 reviews
Price from$80.74per night
Hyatt Regency Princeton, hotel in Hillsborough

Offering an indoor swimming pool and hot tub, Hyatt Regency Princeton offers accommodations in Princeton. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.

It has everything you need in a hotel. Restauran, bar, Pool and parking.
8.1
Scored 8.1
Very Good
Rated very good
668 reviews
Price from$215.10per night
Hyatt Regency New Brunswick, hotel in Hillsborough

Featuring an indoor pool and free WiFi access, this New Brunswick hotel offers rooms with a TV. Rutgers University is less than 1640 feet away.

7.7
Scored 7.7
Good
Rated good
467 reviews
Price from$198.66per night
Hilton East Brunswick, hotel in Hillsborough

Directly off motorway I-95, this hotel offers convenient access to many of the surrounding areas and attractions, and provides a garden-like atmosphere, complete with guestrooms, free WiFi, and a...

The female receptionist was great. The food at the restaurant was good as well as the service
6.8
Scored 6.8
Pleasant
Rated pleasant
538 reviews
Price from$114.59per night
Courtyard by Marriott North Brunswick, hotel in Hillsborough

Courtyard by Marriott North Brunswick has a shared lounge, terrace, a restaurant and bar in North Brunswick. This 3-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk, a business center and free WiFi.

Staff was very helpful
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very Good
Rated very good
267 reviews
Price from$101per night
Crowne Plaza Princeton, an IHG Hotel, hotel in Hillsborough

In Plainsboro, this Crowne Plaza is a 7-minute drive from Princeton University. The hotel features access to free Wi-Fi and guests can enjoy swimming in the indoor pool.

No nail clippers (front desk), no water in room, room was too dark, no scissors (front desk), frond desk not very friendly
8.0
Scored 8.0
Very Good
Rated very good
439 reviews
Price from$167.20per night
Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center, hotel in Hillsborough

Rutgers University Inn and Conference Center offers accommodations in New Brunswick. Guests can enjoy the on-site snack bar. You will find a coffee machine in the room.

Location was good. I like greenary around hotel area. There was water filling station which was very convenient for my family.
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
240 reviews
Price from$104per night
Hampton Inn South Plainfield-Piscataway, hotel in Hillsborough

This South Plainfield, New Jersey hotel is only minutes from I-95 and the Raritan Center business park. The hotel offers a free hot daily breakfast and free Wi-Fi.

8.4
Scored 8.4
Very Good
Rated very good
210 reviews
Price from$135.15per night
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What Guests Said About Hillsborough:

  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Hillsborough and neighboring towns are nice; Dukes Farm is a...

    Hillsborough and neighboring towns are nice; Dukes Farm is a must-see for an afternoon of walking and meditation. Silk Road Restaurant in Warren is the best Middle-Eastern dinner I've had in a while.
    fpaper83
    Italy
  • 4.0
    Scored 4.0

    The price was reasonable, the facility clean, the staff...

    The price was reasonable, the facility clean, the staff cordial, and the location excellent. Unfortunately, the room we stayed it (253) was falling apart, with multiple physical failures (including a non-functioning outlet, broken cabinets, frozen fridge, etc. The biggest disaster was the heating system, which was VERY noisy. Since it cycled on/off every so-many-minutes, it successfully kept us up most of the night, and almost ruined our visit to friends the following day. The "breakfast" also was seriously sparse, with virtually no "food" choices (no decaf coffee, only two cold cereals, no eggs, etc.). Not at all impressive. As we were driving away, my wife commented that we should have stayed at some other motel, even if the cost of doing so was significantly higher. She was correct in this observationl
    Emil Regelman
    United States of America
  • 4.0
    Scored 4.0

    The majority of the staff was very helpful and friendly.

    The majority of the staff was very helpful and friendly. However they need to be retrained on how to disinfect the rooms and shampoo the carpets. The entire place didnt have the fresh recently cleaned and disinfected smell that you get when a place has been thoroughly cleaned.The "business" center consists of a snack trolley type of desk which was dirty and a computer. The carpets not only needed shampoo, but they weren't vacuumed either. I took my socks off in my room and you could feel and see that the carpet was way past its shampoo time. The fridge was rusty, the coffee maker looked like it had never been used it was dusty inside, the curtains had little holes. And Breakfast was none existant. You had 2 cereals, some apples, coffee, juice, and milk. And it wasnt enough for all the people staying there. If you came down past 7 it's gone. The clientele there appear to be people in transition from programs or are homeless, there was a woman who asked the desk clerk for help and the response was I'm very business, I dont have time to run when you ask for something. The woman clearly was no vacationer and had complained that she was treated better in days inn in Brooklyn. Not knocking the less fortunate, but if I'm paying at least let me know who you have staying there. Especially if I'm traveling with a small child. At the front desk theres a sign, no drugs allowed. Hillsborough police dept makes unannounced checks of the motel. Now I know that's not people from the neighborhood, it's people being brought in to stay there. The front is littered with cigarette butts. My first night, the TV was broken, I must say that they did fix it right away. My issue is not with the staff. My issue is with whomever the manager is, he needs to do a better job at running the place. The staff will perform as well as the training they receive.
    Magda
    United States of America

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