I read the past review from the guest who stayed on 4/04/09 and although everyone is entitled to the opinion, I have to differ. I stayed at the hotel twice in the past two months and both times my experince went flawless. When you are choosing a location to stay in Princeton you have two options, stay out on Rte 1, maybe pay a little less(although I only paid $169.00) but have nothing around you to do and worry about having to commute into downtown, or you can stay at the Nassau Inn and be downtown with everything within walking distance. The room I stayed in was quite sufficient, it had two beds, spacious, and the heater worked fine for me. I'm sure all rooms are different but both times my rooms were nice. In regards to meals, I ate breakfast both mornings before I left for meetings and they were both excellent, I had made to order omelets each morning, both came out quickly and tasted wonderful so I don't know what was wrong with the past guest. Being in a downtown location you will have to understand that there will be trucks and traffic, I just turned the heater on and it drowned out the noise from the vehicles(no different than having a room in NYC). The staff went out of their way to ask me each morning how I was doing and when I checked out a gentleman named Nick helped me with my luggage and checked me out and was quite polite. I just wanted to write this review, because it it too easy for people to leave negative ones when the positive experiences go unnoticed. The Nassau Inn will continue to be my #1 hotel for Princeton experiences.
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