29 August, 2014: Napoleon Bonaparte has been an imminent, albeit infamous, part of the history of France so much so that the mere mention of his last name conjures an image of a courageous statesman. That is why, it can be quite surprising to learn that a small city in New Jersey actually served as Napoleon Bonaparte’s brother’s residence. That small town is that of Bordentown in New Jersey.

The city of Bordentown actually first came about when an English Quaker named Thomas Fansworth settled in the area in 1682. The area where he built his home then became known as the Fansworth Landing. It took the name Bordentown when Joseph Borden settled in the area during the early 1700s in order to start a transportation system between New York City and Philadelphia.

Today, the city of Bordentown is a booming community with more than three thousand local residents. It is home to such tourist attractions as Camden Aquarium, the Philadelphia Zoo, and the Fort Dix Army Post. A number of book stores as well as stores specializing in antiquities can also be find lining the streets of Bordentown.

If you feel that Bordentown is the place to relax, then you have to make sure that you get yourself booked in one of the hotels Bordentown NJ might have. Candlewood Suites is one of these hotels Bordentown NJ has.

Guests at the Candlewood Suites can expect such amenities as access to high-speed Internet, use of the safety deposit box at the front desk, access to the health and fitness center, and use of the business center. Pet lovers need not worry about their furry friend as this hotel is pet-friendly.

More information about Candlewood Suites can be found at http://www.dodbusopps.com/87213/23.htm You can make use of the quick reservation form in order to book a room for your next stay.

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Candlewood Suites Bordentown-Trenton
200 Rising Sun Road Bordentown
New Jersey 08505 United States
Phone: (609) 291-1010