All the motels at the Princeton interchange seem over-priced. This one has pretensions to enter the Country Inn & Suites category (fancy linens and furniture, hot breakfast, etc.). They're almost there. After switching rooms to get a cold refrigerator, everything went pretty well. Both the brunette and the blonde staff at the desk were excellent in every way. An extra chair was brought to our room on request. Only flaw was a shower head that would not work properly. They seemed happy to learn about it so it could be fixed. Breakfast is a real weak spot. Very watery orange juice (wasn't made correctly). Very tough-skinned little finger sausages. Scrambled eggs that had been put through the de-flavorizer. Biscuits of very poor quality, virtually tasteless. Too many tables squeezed into a small breakfast room, so constant bumping of hips and shoulders.