Clarion Hotel Palmer Inn
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Clarion Hotel Palmer Inn Princeton
Travel Blogs from Princeton
At Trader Joes supermarket we attracted a lot of attention with our accents (Annette also has a British accent from living in the Uk, although she is originally from Germany). One lady told us she has British roots and a few people listened in to our conversations and smiled. The cashier was a nice chap and a little eccentric too; he was curious as to how we prepare Brussel our sprouts of all things. Another ...
... on a plane, "Sir, you have been upgraded." The flight to Tokyo Narita was as a result much more comfortable than I had anticipated. At Tokyo we had a four hour layover which was passed by drinking some of the local brew called Asahi, which is a pretty nice beer, and snacking on some local delicacies such as Gyozas. Dumplings and Japanese Curry.
We got on the plane on time but were then held up ...
Sharon and I went back to Princeton for Freshmen Family Weekend. It was an opportunity to see Michael and attend some discussions on life at Princeton. We also saw part of a football game. The weather was nice and we took lots of pictures of the campus to give you a good sense of what it looks like there.
Paul and Sharon
... not before rolling his eyes one more time.
After getting over the strictness of the officers comment we got our luggage and took a moment to refresh before heading to find a shuttle bus that will take us to Port Authority. We were so tired at this point that the whole thing felt like a mission. On top of that I could tell that Subash was not feeling well, he had a blocked nose and a killer headache. I find with Subash if he gets even a whiff of being sick he crashes very ...
The Northeast is known for its history but also for its fine colleges and universities. A few days ago, I stepped my feet on one of the oldest U.S. universities, University of Pennsylvania, founded by Benjamin Franklin himself. I cannot get enough of the college campus ambience. I am now heading for New Jersey. Why New Jersey? The answer is Princeton. It's the name of a university and of a city. After a few hours of driving from Philly, I am now entering New Jersey, ...