Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Newark area.
Some say the best view of the Manhattan skyline is from Newark. Occupying a relatively small area of land, Newark is densely populated, and is one of the oldest cities in the country. Consequently, Newark supports some of the finest museums, libraries and sports arenas in the country. The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra is world renowned, and the recently completed New Jersey Performing Arts Center is breathtaking. A town of ethnic neighborhoods, each with its own array of public parks, Newark is a great residential city and the home of Rutgers University. The recent renaissance along the shore of the Passaic River is beginning to draw more visitors, and the city's Ironbound section is a fascinating village of old, open-air markets of all kinds. Many New York City workers and visitors commute from Newark, as they find the quality of every day life superior here, and the prices far less prohibitive.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Newark area by selecting one of the options shown below.
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|Lodging located in the greater Newark area including Fairfield, Secaucus, Jersey City and others.||Lodging options located in Newark and Elizabeth near the Newark International Airport (EWR).|
|Lodging located SW of Newark, which includes the cities of New Brunswick, Iselin, Bridgewater and others.||Lodging options located south of Newark, which includes the cities of Spring Lake and Tinton Falls.|
|Lodging located near Princeton University.||Lodging options located NW of Newark in the cities of Parsippany and Whippany.|
|Lodging located north of Newark including the cities of Teaneck, East Rutherford, Fort Lee and others.||Lodging options in surrounding areas including communities such as Middleton, Ramsey, Red Bank and others.|
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|Lodging located north and west of Long Island, in metropolitan New York City.||Lodging options in the Boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens, and in the counties of Nassau and Suffolk, excluding the JFK Airport area.|
Area Facts: Newark, founded in 1667, is the third oldest city in the country, after New York and Boston. The area code for Newark, New Jersey is 973.
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