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Hotel at a Glance
This 2.5-star hotel in Mount Laurel puts you within driving distance of some of the East Coast’s most popular destinations: Philadelphia (20 minutes), Atlantic City (60 minutes), and Manhattan (90 minutes). After a long day of sightseeing, you—and perhaps a four-legged friend—can kick back in spacious accommodations, where pets stay free (restrictions may apply). Each newly renovated room is outfitted with a 32-inch flat-screen TV, a microwave, and a fridge.
- Free hot breakfast of waffles, eggs, bacon, sausage, baked goods, fresh fruit, coffee, and juice
- Break a sweat in the onsite fitness center.
- Nearby restaurants: Applebee’s, Chili’s, Bonefish Grill, On the Border, and PF Chang’s
- Recent award: a 2014 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
Mount Laurel, New Jersey: Relaxing Suburb near Philadelphia’s Center City
A suburb on the outskirts of Philadelphia, Mount Laurel is a quiet New Jersey town with historical landmarks and lots of green space. Laurel Acres Park boasts playgrounds, a fishing lake, and a scenic nature trail. About 20 minutes west of here, Camden Waterfront is filled with kid-friendly attractions of its own. The Adventure Aquarium is home to more than 8,000 animals, including massive Nile hippos and hammerhead sharks, and Camden’s minor-league baseball team, the Riversharks, plays home games at award-winning Campbell’s Field. The Susquehanna Bank Center houses the area’s outdoor concerts.
In nearby Philadelphia, the historic Center City neighborhood dates back to the city’s founding in 1682. Today, Center City is Philadelphia’s central business district, with several skyscrapers and high-profile museums. The neighborhood is also home to Independence National Historical Park, whose high concentration of notable landmarks make it America’s most historic square mile. While you’re here, visit Independence Hall—birthplace of the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution—or head to the Liberty Bell Center to see the approximately 2,000-pound bell that Martha Washington famously rang to let George know when supper was ready. At the north end of the park, the National Constitution Center features a multimedia presentation on the country’s founding displayed on a 360-degree domed ceiling, as well as galleries of artifacts, including a rare copy of the Emancipation Proclamation.