New Jersey is a state of contrasts, with views of New York City skyscrapers and 150 miles of sprawling beaches and quaint coastal towns. Located between Boston and New York, it's a convenient East Coast vacation destination. There are hotels in New Jersey to suit every taste and budget, so book in advance to experience your dream vacation.
New Jersey has so much to offer travelers. For a relaxing vacation, historic Cape May, with its beautiful beaches, gorgeous Victorian homes, and famous Cape May Point Lighthouse, is the ideal destination. For family fun, try the Jersey Shore—the place, not the TV show! Wildwood, with its great beaches, amusement park, and water parks, is also a popular destination. And don't forget Atlantic City, with its famous casinos, for memorable grown-up fun. You'll also find some of the best New Jersey hotels in Atlantic City, with world-class accommodations.
Hotels in Atlantic City also feature some of the state's finest restaurants. After a day of sightseeing, swimming or gambling, stroll along Atlantic Avenue, Pacific Avenue, or the boardwalk, and you'll have your pick of French, Italian, and seafood restaurants.
Cape May is also known for its excellent cuisine, which features local seafood and farm-fresh ingredients. Ocean City's famous boardwalk serves up fantastic pizza slices and lobster rolls you can savor as you stroll along, enjoying the ocean breeze.
The Outer Coastal Plain area is home to a number of excellent wineries, so a trip to Gloucester or Camden County to sample the local products is highly recommended.
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Hotels in New Jersey start at CA $43 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.