I believe this hotel is under new management just recently. Our family had to travel to Princeton because of illness in the family during hurricane Sandy. The power was out in the area, but the staff assured us that we would be accomodated. When we arrived they had emergency generators in place and a room ready. Power was out in the hotel lobby, but they had candles, and extension cords running from a collector fire truck parked in the front of the hotel. The next morning we went to the lobby not expecting breakfast, but we were surprised to find breakfast ready and waiting. Because the power was down they could not cook, so the manager was cooking bacon and eggs on a gas grille outside and delivering them to guest tables. For Thanksgiving we had to cook for our family in the hotel rooms, but the staff took it upon themselves to find a private room in the hotel for us to enjoy Thanksgiving as a family. When we needed an additional overnight room they arranged to have them next door to each other. These people are Awesome!