Full Service Hotel Year Built 1980 Year Remodeled 2004 Additional Property Description This recently refurbished New Jersey hotel located near historic attractions and area sights is the place to stay when visiting Morristown, New Jersey. Inside the BEST WESTERN PLUS Morristown Inn, guests will find that each well appointed and recently renovated room in this boutique style hotel comes complete with cable satellite television, 32 inch flat screen TVs and wireless high speed Internet access. This downtown Morristown hotel is also 100 percent smoke free and a member of the Green Hotel Association, meeting AHLA green guidelines. The Hotel also provides thoughtful amenities such as, complimentary wine tasting Monday through Wednesday, a local area shuttle, an on site Caribbean American restaurant, live jazz music four times per week, daily complimentary breakfast, a fitness center and steam room. Getting work done while on the road is easy with this Morristown hotels on site business services as well as ample meeting facilities. Businesses like Pfizer, ATT, Morristown Memorial Hospital, Verizon, Verizon Wireless and other Fortune 500 companies are close in proximity. Just outside the BEST WESTERN PLUS Morristown Inn, guests will find plenty to see and do. History buffs will love seeing Washingtons Headquarters, Morristown Town Green and the Fosterfields Living Historical Farm. Gourmands will appreciate the local restaurants, shopping, and lively downtown nightlife. And families visiting students will love being near Drew University, Farleigh Dickenson University and College of St. Elizabeth. There are also several local catering and wedding halls like Park Savoy, Bretton Woods and Brooklake Country Club nearby. No matter what you are visiting Morristown, New Jersey for, make your trip truly unforgett
Located in Florham Park, HYATT house Morristown is convenient to Morris Museum and College of Saint Elizabeth. This hotel is within close proximity of Atlantic Health Training Center and Frelinghuysen Arboretum.
Make yourself at home in one of the 133 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Cable programming and VCRs are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include separate sitting areas and coffee/tea makers, as well as direct-dial phones with voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
DonÃât miss out on recreational opportunities including a 24-hour fitness facility and a seasonal outdoor pool. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and a television in the lobby.
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Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, limo/town car service, and audiovisual equipment. Planning an event in Florham Park? This hotel has facilities measuring 1131 square feet (102 square meters), including a meeting/conference room. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge, and RV/bus/truck parking is available onsite.
Tim “The Brew Chef” Schafer has made a name for himself by infusing upscale cuisine with beer. And while he left his eponymous flagship restaurant years ago, his culinary vision is carried on with style and precision by his former sous chef, now owner, Chef Fredy Umanzor. For many restaurants, losing their head chef and owner can be a fatal wound, but for Tim Schafer’s and Chef Fredy, it was an exciting and seamless transition that preserved the nearly 20-year-old menu while expanding the dining room to accommodate more satisfied customers. Today, Chef Fredy employs his 25 years of culinary experience to craft Tim Schafer’s signature beer-infused dishes, such as baked brie with a tropical fruit and nut-brown-ale chutney, free-range chicken in a Guinness Stout barbeque sauce, and roasted long island duckling in a honey-mustard-stout glaze. And while the menu highlights the culinary powers of beer, the restaurant is actually BYOB, allowing guests to bring in their favorite brew or wine to pair with the American nouveau dishes. So, as The Star Ledger put it in their 2006 four-star review shortly after Schafer’s departure, “Tim Schafer may no longer be heading up his former crowd-pleasing catery, but he’s left the place in more than capable hands.”
Greg Crawford, the owner at My Training Gym, has fitness certifications from three associations: National Strength and Conditioning, US Weightlifting, and World Kickboxing. This mixed background allows him and his staff to keep hearts pumping, engage all the muscles, and avoid boring routines. Traditional boot camp routines get a dose of boxing and kickboxing drills mixed in. This variety extends to the schedule and the pricing, as well—aside from boot camp sessions, there are programs such as boxing and kickboxing classes and personal training.
To supplement the fitness classes, Greg offers a 21-day kick-start and body transformation package. It’s designed to help nurture one to total health through nutritionally sound meal plans, self-improvement workshops, daily affirmations, and regular high-fives from the 1975 Harlem Globetrotters.
With two locations, a dedicated team of professionals, and a full fleet of services, Aura Salon and Spa makes it easy for New Jerseyans to update their head threads, pamper their mugs, and soothe their bodies. Aura's staffers have worked closely with the internationally trained members of Redken 5th Avenue, who shared tips regarding proper salon procedures and which European accents to use when doling out haircuts. New clients enjoy a complimentary consultation that couples them with a fitting stylist or aesthetician for their service, be it a mani-pedi, a waxing, or a bridal updo, complete with champagne mimosas and the traditional prank phone call to the wedding caterer.
Former baseball player David Chiarolanzio fulfilled his lifelong ambition to be a business owner by opening The Grilled Cheese Factory, a panini emporium that captivates late-night snackers' hearts and Morristown Patch reporters' pens. Within the casual eatery, four varieties of bread embrace eight gooey types of cheese, including pepper jack, cheddar, fontina, and havarti. Specialty grilled-cheeses and paninis boast trimmings such as fresh tuna, grilled chicken, or barbeque pork and mac 'n' cheese, and each handheld accompanies a side of potato chips. The restaurant's grills sizzles until 3 a.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, providing sleepwalkers with a tasty alternative to gnawing on their roommate's bedpost.