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Hoboken Hotel & Travel Guide

Hoboken, New Jersey, is more than just a city located across the Hudson River from Manhattan and the birthplace of Frank Sinatra and baseball. It's also home to the Stevens Institute of Technology and a thrilling party scene, in addition to some unique attractions, peaceful green spaces, and fun annual events. Hotels in Hoboken, NJ, are also prepared to accommodate a range of visitors, which guarantees you can find a nice place to rest after a day of exploring.

Out and About in Hoboken

From kayaking in the Hudson River to touring the Hoboken Historical Museum, this city is full of things to do. You certainly can't miss all the activity at Hoboken Terminal—one of the busiest transportation hubs in the New York City area. You also should make the visit to the Elysian Fields site, which is said to be where the first game of baseball was played; a historical marker pinpoints the location today. And if you're into architecture, be sure to check out Edwin A. Stevens Hall; the gorgeous Gothic architecture will amaze you. Of course, if you feel like you've seen it all in Hoboken, you still have plenty more to see in the surrounding region—after all, the Big Apple is right there.

Eating and Drinking in Hoboken

It's worth looking for deals on Hoboken hotels and Newark flights, because the bars in Hoboken rival any of those in the NYC's five boroughs, and you'll want to have extra cash to enjoy it. Once you experience the nightlife on Washington Street, you'll be convinced the mix of pubs, taprooms, lounges, and concert halls here are second to none. For bites to eat during the day or night, Washington Street is also a great option, as everything from Cuban fare and Japanese sushi to Italian cuisine and world-famous baked goods are available.

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