The Hampton Inn - Suites Newtown is nestled in the Philadelphia suburbs of Yardley Pennsylvania. The hotel is easily accessible from Interstate 95 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike and 25 miles northeast of downtown Philadelphia. The Hampton Inn and Suites in Yardley is convenient to Princeton New Jersey and the Route 1 Corridor leading to New York City. Countless attractions await Yardley hotel guests of the Hampton Inn and Suites in Pennsylvania. Spend the day with Elmo and Big Bird at Sesame Place or stroll through the historic towns of Yardley Newtown and Washington Crossing. Yardley hotel guests can take time for wine tasting at local wineries or a leisurely drive to many Pennsylvania covered bridges. And of course go treasure hunting at Yardley fine antique shops and bargain hunting at the outlets. The Hampton Inn and Suites in Yardley is the perfect location for business visitors to many of the area*s corporate parks. We are home to Lockheed Martin*s Newtown Pennsylvania Campus and near major corporations such as Johnson - Johnson Bristol Myers Squibb and Merrill Lynch. The Hampton Inn and Suites Yardley hotel in Pennsylvania features105 hotel rooms filled with amenities including a coffeemaker iron ironing board and hair dryer as well as complimentary high-speed internet and cable TV with HBO pay-view-movies and video games. The Hampton Inn and Suites Yardley hotel specializes in temporary housing solutions for corporate relocations and business assignments so the hotel offers 32 suites equipped with full kitchens including cookware utensils a two-burner stove full refrigerator dishwasher and microwave. The Yardley hotel suites feature a separate living room with a sleeper-sofa and TV with VCR. Yardley Pennsylvania hotel guests can request rollaway beds cribs and refrigerators and laundry and valet services or the coin laundry facility is available for the convenience of our guests as well as our Suite Shop. Sure to please the busy executive or leisure
Hampton Inn & Suites Newtown is easily accessible from I-95 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike and 25 miles northeast of Philadelphia.