Hotels Near Willingboro, New Jersey

by Don Amerman Google

Travelers looking for accommodations near Willingboro, New Jersey, find a fairly narrow selection of hotels within seven miles of the sprawling Burlington County township. A suburb of Philadelphia, Willingboro got its start as a planned community in the 1950s and 1960s, and is home to roughly 40,000 today. Hotels in the area fall into the mid-range pricewise, and offer most of the basic amenities today’s travelers demand.

Best Western Burlington Inn

Just off Exit 5 of the New Jersey Turnpike and only a short drive from Willingboro, this two-story, 88-unit hotel sits midway between the cities of Burlington and Mt. Holly. Under the hotel’s pet-friendly policy, guests keep their dogs and cats in their rooms for a small additional fee; some restrictions do apply, so ask for details in advance. Recreational facilities include an exercise room and indoor swimming pool. High-speed Internet is available in all guest rooms and common areas. The hotel serves a complimentary continental breakfast but has no on-site restaurant. Nearby eateries include Applebee’s and Cracker Barrel.

Hampton Inn Burlington/Mt. Holly

This three-story, 100-unit hotel, only five miles from Willingboro, lies in the heart of southern New Jersey’s picturesque Rancocas Valley. All guest rooms and suites feature microwaves and compact refrigerators as well as high-speed Internet, which is also available in the hotel’s common areas. Guests who want to stay active exercise in the hotel’s fitness room or swim laps in the seasonal outdoor swimming pool. Business travelers work on proposals or projects in the well-equipped business center. The hotel serves a complimentary hot breakfast each morning, and guests looking for a place to eat lunch or dinner find several nearby restaurants, including Charlie Brown’s, Cafe Gallery, High Street Grill and T.G.I. Friday’s.

Hilton Garden Inn Mount Holly/Westampton

Located in Westampton Township, only a short drive from Willingboro, this three-story, 113-unit hotel lies only two miles from Mount Holly’s historic district, which offers antique lovers a field day browsing through the many shops. Hotel facilities include business and fitness centers, and a swimming pool. The hotel’s Great American Grill serves breakfast only, but guests eat lunch and dinner in one of the nearby restaurants such as High Street Grill, Milano Modo by Lamberti, and Robin’s Nest.

Holiday Inn Express Mt. Holly

Just a short drive from Willingboro, this three-story, 76-unit sits just off the New Jersey Turnpike close to both Burlington and Mt. Holly. The hotel’s proximity to Philadelphia, its business center, and the spacious desk/work areas in all of its rooms and suites make this a popular choice with business travelers. The hotel treats guests to its Express Start breakfast each morning but has no on-site restaurant. Nearby eateries include Charley’s Other Brother and Prospector’s.

Residence Inn Mt. Laurel at Bishop's Gate

This three-story, all-suites hotel is a smart choice for families and travelers planning an extended stay in the area. Only seven miles from Willingboro, the hotel offers 108 studio, one- and two-bedroom suites, all of which have a fully equipped kitchen, separate sitting and sleeping areas, and spacious desk/work areas. High-speed Internet is available in all rooms and common areas. There is no on-site restaurant, but the hotel serves a complimentary hot breakfast buffet each morning. Nearby restaurants include Bobby Chez Seafood, Dunleavy’s, Peking Wok, Salad Works and T.G.I. Friday’s.

About the Author

Don Amerman has spent his entire professional career in the editorial field. For many years he was an editor and writer for The Journal of Commerce. Since 1996 he has been freelancing full-time, writing for a large number of print and online publishers including Gale Group, Charles Scribner’s Sons, Greenwood Publishing, Rock Hill Works and others.