by Lissa Poirot
Minutes from Asbury Park, Six Flags Great Adventure and the New Jersey premium outlets, the Homewood Suites is a comfortable and family-friendly property near the Jersey Shore. The all-suite hotel features rooms with full kitchens and sleeper sofas in each living separate living space. Guests enjoy a free hot breakfast every morning, as well as an evening social on Monday through Thursday nights. A pet-friendly property, dogs up to 75 pounds are welcome. Suites provide an option of two double beds or a king in a studio or one-bedroom layout, as well as a two-bedroom option with a king and two double beds. All rooms are outfitted with flat-screen TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi, and kitchens with full-sized refrigerators, microwaves, dishwashers and stoves. Cribs, high chairs and play pens are available for families, along with self-service laundry facilities. An indoor pool and fitness center are also available. Onsite dining, however, is not, but there are plenty of restaurants within short driving distance of the hotel.
Our Editor Loves
- Close to Jersey Shore
- All-suites with kitchens
- Family Room 5+
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
I arrived late and had to leave early (3 am). The gentlemen on the front desk was EXCELLENT! In fact, the entire staff was as friendly as could be.
The nightly social had really good food that was prepared well so there was no reason to leave the hotel. Overall experience was GREAT!
by Delna B
Our first stay at Homewood Suites was in 2018, and we were pleased enough to stay again this year. However, it was a disaster. Enterprise Auto drives vans for Homewood Suites. While we were parked, waiting to enter the hotel, the driver of the Enterprise van, who was directly in front of the door, backed into our Elantra - hard. We had trouble communicating with the driver of the van - he spoke little English, but he did show us his driver's license. Accidents happen, and we just wanted to obtain necessary information for our insurance, but the woman at the desk was rude and uncooperative. She refused to give us the required information, stating "it isn't our policy." She put her hands up, as to say "stop" and continued on about "policy." We learned from Enterprise when we arrived home from vacation that the man who rammed us claimed we ran into him. This was so ridiculous. We requested the visual tape from the hotel, and we were told that there are cameras, but NOT IN FRONT OF THE HOTEL. Needless to say, we will NEVER stay at this facility again. The only upside was the wonderful Cranford policeman who came to complete an accident report, which was, of course, factual. BTW, the driver of the van did not report to work the next day and as far as we know, hasn't been seen since.