New Jersey Accommodation and lodging listings

New Jersey is "America the Beautiful...only smaller." In New Jersey, you can walk in Washington's footsteps, bask on the glorious ocean shore, and enjoy a nightlife of world-class gaming, all in the same day. NJ's six distinct tourism regions: the Shore, Greater Atlantic City, Southern Shore, Delaware River, Skylands and Gateway, guarantee that you'll find that special place for your vacation in New Jersey a truly pleasurable and unforgettable experience.

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Major New Jersey destinations:

Cape May Wildwood Crest Wildwood Ocean City Atlantic City

Todays featured New Jersey accommodations:

Akwaaba By The Sea

Photograph of Akwaaba By The Sea, Cape May

Approx 2km away in Cape May:

Because we believe stress is water-soluble, we warmly welcome you to Cape May, America's oldest seaside resort. You'll step back to a place in time where life is simple, and a walk on the beach, a glorious sunset or a leisurely bike ride are enough to let your heart be light.

116 North Broadway
Cape May, New Jersey

Crystal Inn and Suites

Photograph of Crystal Inn and Suites, Galloway

Approx 6km away in Galloway:

The Crystal Inn and Suites is a newly built hotel which opened in 2008. Just a few miles away from Atlantic City Casinos, beaches, The Boardwalk, Convention Center, golf courses, Atlantic City International Airport.

346 East White Horse Pike
Galloway, New Jersey

Hotel Tides Restaurant & Spa

Photograph of Hotel Tides Restaurant & Spa, Asbury Park

Approx 1km away in Asbury Park:

The Hotel Tides blends classic style with modern lines, bringing elegance and luxury to the Jersey Shore.

408 7th Ave.
Asbury Park, New Jersey

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

Among our must see destinations are our 127-miles of white sand beaches, lined with busy boardwalks and quaint shore towns. One of the best known boardwalks is Atlantic City, the place for 24-hour casino gaming excitement and world-class headline entertainment.

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