Clean Communities Spring Conference
May 22-24, 2019
The NJ Clean Communities Council has reserved a block of rooms at The Nassau Inn, Princeton, NJ on the evenings of May 21, 22, 23, 2019.
- Standard Queen is $169.00 + applicable taxes.
- Standard Double Queen is $169.00 + applicable taxes
The Nassau Inn is located at 10 Palmer Square, Princeton, NJ 08542.
To receive the discounted group rate, you may call The Nassau Inn Reservation Department directly at 1-800-862-7728 and use Booking ID No. “24353.” You can also book online at www.nassauinn.com by clicking on “BOOK NOW” and then clicking on “ADD CODE.” Put the Booking ID No.“24353” in the space provided. From there you can select the arrival and departure dates and the type of room that you want. If booking multiple nights please reserve your room(s) early as there a limited number of rooms types available.
Purchase orders will be accepted, but rooms must be reserved using a personal credit card. Purchase orders must be received by April 20, 2019. You will need to provide a copy of your agencies tax exempt certification with the purchase order. Checks must be received by May 1, 2019. Mail purchase orders and checks to The Nassau Inn, 10 Palmer Square, Princeton, NJ 08542 - Attn: Ryan Halbasch.
Standard Rooms Features
Serta “Perfect Sleeper” Platinum Suite Design mattresses, 42” HD television, Wi-Fi accessibility, City views, Room service, Coffee Maker, and In-room or back office safe.
The block of reserved rooms will be released on April 20, 2019.
The Nassau Inn is the only full service hotel in downtown Princeton, New Jersey. It first opened at 52 Nassau Street in 1769 in a home built in 1756. The Inn experienced British occupation during the American Revolution and played host to members of the Continental Congress when it met in nearby Nassau Hall. In 1937, the original inn was demolished to make way for the Palmer Square development and a new, larger, inn opened at 10 Palmer Square in 1938. The hotel's restaurant, the Yankee Doodle Tap Room, has a large mural by Norman Rockwell, depicting Yankee Doodle, behind the bar. It is within walking distance of Princeton University.