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Ewing, New Jersey Hotel Empowers Travelers to Keep Their New Year's Resolutions

Eating Well and Staying Fit While on the Road Is Easy at the SpringHill Suites Ewing Princeton South

EWING, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 01/09/14 -- Although there are many ways a person's resolutions can be derailed after the New Year, traveling shouldn't be one of them. But from business trips that prevent busy delegates from sitting down to breakfast, to leisure travelers who don't feel like finding a gym in a new town, there are plenty of times when road warriors might fall off the wagon. For those exploring hotels near New Hope, Pennsylvania, however, there's at least one property where guests can enjoy stylish, comfortable accommodations and stay on a healthy path, and that is the SpringHill Suites Ewing Princeton South.

Because breakfast is the most important meal of the day both in terms of providing energy and for sticking to healthful diets, this Trenton Mercer Airport hotel overhauled its buffet in July 2013. Now guests can tuck in to a variety of fresh and healthful options during their complimentary morning meal. Eggs, for example, can be served with local salsa and fresh spinach for a meal that will keep visitors going all morning. Or they can fill up on Greek yogurt topped with strawberries. Other healthy options include hardboiled eggs, fresh-cut and whole fruits, ham, cheese, oatmeal (with toppings), whole-grain bread, bagels and cereals.

Just as good health begins with smart dietary choices, it is optimized by equally thoughtful exercise habits. In recognition of this connection, the property stands out among other hotels near Hopewell, New Jersey by offering a beautiful heated indoor pool and a state-of-the-art fitness room for the exclusive use of its guests. Whether travelers start their day with an invigorating workout, or unwind after work by hitting the gym, they'll find everything they need to stay active. The available PreCor training equipment includes treadmills, elliptical machines, a recumbent bicycle, free weights, medicine balls and mats. And, in an especially nice touch to avoid the mundane workout, each machine is equipped with individual televisions and iPod docks.

After working out, guests can make use of the fitness room's well-stocked supplies, which include towels, wipes and water. Then, feeling virtuous, they may even step upon the scale to see how all their hard work and smart travel choices are paying off.

About the SpringHill Suites Ewing Princeton South
Combining a location that's close to just about everything notable in the area with roomy accommodations, the SpringHill Suites Ewing Princeton South entices a variety of travelers. Its 134 modern studio suites, for example, boast 25-percent more space than standard rooms and come equipped with 37-inch HD televisions, microwaves, mini-refrigerators, high-speed Internet, iPod docking stations and plush bedding. While the suites are spacious and comfortable, visitors have plenty of reasons to explore the rest of the property as well. Complimentary breakfast buffets emphasize fresh and healthy options, while guests can relax at either the fitness center or the hotel's Sky Lounge, where a patio and fire pit create the right atmosphere for post-workday mingling. One meeting room provides ideal space for an intimate gathering of up to 27 people, and complimentary shuttle service to destinations within a five-mile radius means visitors can take advantage of that ideal location. The hotel, after all, is near an abundance of attractions, including Lawrenceville School, Princeton University, The College of New Jersey, Six Flags and Sesame Place amusement park. This is one property, in other words, that is hard for anyone and everyone to resist.

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