The price is CA $139 per night from Dec 26 to Dec 26CA $139
Dec 26 - Dec 27
3.9/5 Very Good! (985 reviews)
"Nice property. Room was a little worn but nice. Staff was friendly but there was no one to greet us at the door or help with luggage. Restaurant didn't seem to be open. It seemed like COVID had forced them to limit services. Lobby was lovely as was the xmas tree. Very convenient for the George St ..."
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Frequently asked questions
Significant historical sites in New Brunswick are likely a big part of your travel plans. While you’re here, check out the entertainment venues and restaurants. You can also relish a trip to the bars during your stay.
Based on our travel expertise, The Heldrich Hotel is a top 4-star hotel for history buffs booking on Expedia, and it features free WiFi and a 24-hour fitness center. Buccleuch Park is a short 3-minute drive away. If you’re interested in local history, another option for your trip is Hyatt Regency New Brunswick.
New Brunswick is home to 7 hotels and other accommodations bookable on Expedia, including 3 hotels designated as historic or close to historic sites.
New Brunswick is notable for landmarks like Buccleuch Park, First Reformed Church, and United Methodist Church at New Brunswick. Cultural venues include New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, Rutgers University Geology Museum, and Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum. In the area, you’ll also find Old Bridge Township Raceway Park and Palmer Square.
Guests who book a historic hotel can stay in a place that has an official historic designation. A castle, stately home, palace or even a pub, lodge, old police station, or skyscraper can be identified as a historic hotel as long as it’s a place of special interest. Traditional architecture and period features can be admired in the guestrooms or communal spaces of such hotels in New Brunswick, bringing the history to life.
You’ll often hear the term “heritage hotel” in Asia and Europe, while “historic hotel” is more common in the U.S. though overall the terms are quite similar. The architecture and actual building of a historic hotel tends to be what’s most important. For a heritage hotel, it’s often the cultural value as well as how it shaped the community.
Hotels have the safety features and modern conveniences you’ve come to expect, but every effort is made to preserve historic facades and treasured traditions. Private rooms with updated bathroom facilities, heating and air conditioning, free and fast Internet, and the usual amenities found in any hotel should be available at a historic hotel. When you choose a historic hotel in New Brunswick, don’t worry that you’ll find a place that’s uncomfortable or rundown.
Recent Reviews in New Brunswick
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A verified traveller stayed at Best Western Plus Newark Airport West
"It was nice to have a shuttle pick me up at the airport and take me to the hotel. The hotel is clean, the opportunity to get a bite to eat later in the day and early in the morning is helpful when traveling the next day. "
A verified traveller stayed at Hilton Newark Airport
"The staff were good it’s just are room the beds were so hard .it felt like sleeping on the ground but other then that I would stay there again. There were under remodeling so I kind of understand.but over all I would stay there aagin"
A verified traveller stayed at Wyndham Garden Hotel Newark Airport