Hotel Indigo Basking Ridge
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Hotel Indigo Basking Ridge
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Indigo Basking Ridge
Travel Blogs from Basking Ridge
Could've used more time on the ground in old PHL. Didn't really have the chance to meet up with any old friends, co-workers or family, other than my cousin Asher who was on call at his hospital all day Wednesday. But we still had a great time! On the train from Pittsburgh we had a twenty layover in Harrisburg, giving us just enough time to walk over to the state Capitol building and take a quick ...
... It was cool to start with but after covering a few miles on foot in the baking heat I had chaffage so bad that I had the classic John Wayne/poo your pants swagger.
In the evening we got back to the boat and met owner Phil for the first time. We had a natter and asked him what he did for a job. The reply we got was that he worked as a goldsmith when he was a teenager then did a bit of politics and just does a bit here and there right now. So I figured he must be a ...
So we decided to take the Staten Island ferry thinking we were headed to Ellis island as well. It seems obvious but with the $20 per person tickets for Statue of Liberty tours staring at us it seemed obvious. We were interested in seeing the statue not going up to or or in it per se. Well we for what we wanted. We ...
... and felt very uneasy from there on. It has been a very emotional month. Lee Ielpi took us to dinner at an Italian restaurant uptown. Amazing food. Had rigatoni that was cooked carefully since 8 a.m. that morning. Met some of NYC’s finest firefighters. Uncle Lee knows everyone. Good food again last night. Mike and I walked over to Corner Bistro, a burger place ...
... on Ellis island in the south, right up to the North tip of Manhattan in the Harlem district. A great way to orientate yourself in a new city. It's so high the people and cars look like tiny wind up toys in a model village below. We couldn't stay up there too long though before our faces felt like they were literally going to freeze off! Our next stop was the shopping district around 5th Avenue to buy some winter woollies as we had come slightly under prepared :-) we hit Macy's and ...