Princeton Travel Guide
The thing with business travel is sometimes you're forced to stay in the same hotel more than once. Sometimes a few times a month.
When you don't like the hotel to begin with, the repeated stays eventually force you to snap. This is what seems to have happened to business traveler, FXOB, forced to stay at the Hampton Inn in Princeton, Indiana.
This is by far my least favorite Hampton in the Southern Indiana area. Unfortunately I find myself staying at this hotel two to three times a month. The roadside rooms are very loud (much like the Evansville, IN Hampton) and this hotel has a way of making shutting (slamming) doors ring into your room with abandon.
This is the hotel that actually push me over the edge in my Bose QuiteComfort headphones purchase....Their hotel is average when houskeeping is good and the non-somoking rules are followed, however the staff doesn't care much for Hilton status, upgrades, or ammenties, are seldom. It feels as though they are staying just barely inside the HHonors rules.
FXOB also has videos of other Hampton Inns that he's stayed at and seems to be an expert on the Hampton Inns in Indiana.
Hmmm...everyone does need a hobby outside of work but perhaps he should try golf.
· Hampton Inn Princeton reviews [TripAdvisor]
A HotelChatter writes in to share an important bed bug warning with us. Remember, bed bugs can be at any hotel--ask the hotel how often they change the sheets, and if any guests have complained of bed bugs.
Hello--I'd like to share with you an experience I had at a hotel in New Jersey called the Harrison Conference Center. The hotel is owned by Aramark, and is located just outside of Princeton, NJ. My wife and I stayed there in early July. The hotel was unspectacular, but appeared to be fairly clean. It's a basic "business hotel" and by no means is there anything special about it.
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