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Hotel at a Glance: 4-Star Top-Secret Parsippany Hotel
This 4-star hotel has so many amenities that you could conceivably not step off the property from check-in to check-out. Each day, you can fill up on omelets, relax in the steam room at the sports club, and indulge in a massage at the spa. For lunch or dinner, pair a cold beer with one of the sandwiches or entrees.
- Deluxe rooms feature contemporary furnishings and flat-screen TVs.
- Nightcap: Unwind sipping a craft cocktail in the lounge’s sleek interior before heading back to your room.
- Relax year-round in the heated indoor pool and hot tub, or spend time in the sauna.
- Visit New York City: Manhattan is about an hour away.
Parsippany, New Jersey: Small Town Outside Manhattan
Parsippany is a short drive from Morristown, New Jersey, where George Washington and his army camped out for one very cold winter in the middle of the Revolutionary War. You can commemorate this with a stop at the Morristown National Historical Park, which is a welcoming spot for biking, hiking, and bird watching, in addition to its historical memorials. Spend some time in town, too; Money magazine praised the city’s arts-and-leisure scene when ranking it the 16th-best place to live in the United States in 2014.
As a modern-day visitor, you’ll probably want to take a day trip to New York—you can reach Manhattan in 60–90 minutes by car or public transit. A stroll down Fifth Avenue is a world-renowned shopping experience: the street is filled with luxury boutiques and flagship department stores, including the original Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman. For a little tranquility in the middle of the city, follow Fifth Avenue up to the southeast corner of Central Park.