Comfort Inn Bordentown Coupons and Deals
The Fine Print
Up to 2 vouchers may be combined to extend stay • Only valid for stays between now and October 27, 2013 • Reservations required and subject to availability • Not valid toward existing or room block reservations • Merchant cancellation/rescheduling policy and fees apply once booking is made; voucher subject to forfeiture • Must be at least 21 years old to consume alcohol • Theme park hours vary during deal travel period, please be sure to check park website for hours prior to booking hotel reservation • Taxes/resort fee not included; payable directly to the property • Nights must be spent consecutively; all inclusions must be redeemed during one stay
The Destination Bordentown, New Jersey, has always had a lot going on. It was here that Thomas Paine bought his only house, that Joseph Bonaparte resided after being banished from France by his brother Napoleon, and that Clara Barton opened the first free public school in the state. Today, the town on the Delaware River is better known for its bookstores than revolutionaries, but its free spirit has hardly waned. The Digs The Comfort Inn in Bordentown offers roomy accommodations within walking distance of historic downtown Bordentown. All of the guest room are outfitted with cable TV, microwaves, refrigerators, and complimentary high-speed Internet. An exercise room, seasonal outdoor pool, and complimentary hot breakfast make this hotel your hospitable headquarters for any vacation. The Diversions • Six Flags Great Adventure • Six Flags Wild Safari • Bordentown Farmers' Market • Palermo's Restaurant and Pizzeria
Of all the superhuman feats you'd like to achieve—leaping buildings, outpacing bullets, overpowering trains—fitting an action-packed vacay into your busy schedule tops the list. Rescue your R&R routine from the clutches of boredom with a heroic theme park excursion in Bordentown, New Jersey. Book a one-night stay for two in a king or queen room at the Comfort Inn in Bordentown, Sundays through Thursdays ($169), from now until August 31, or Fridays and Saturdays ($199), from now until October 28. From roomy accommodations with optional Jacuzzi upgrades to high-speed Internet and a welcome package of spring water and cookies, this hospitality headquarters is handier than a standard utility belt. You'll have no trouble defeating your delectable breakfast: eggs, meats, yogurt and fresh fruit, cereal and hot waffles dressed in a multitude of toppings. Then, after some last-minute training in the exercise room, leap into action with two tickets to Six Flags Great Adventure. Test your night vision on the Dark Knight Coaster with its twists and turns in total darkness, strap on your cape for a high-flying ride on Air Jumbo, and court car-chase exhilaration inside the Fender Bender bumper cars. You'll feel your expression mutate from fear to excitement as you fall 150 feet in the Skyscreamer—though you needn't exceed locomotive speed to have a good time with Foghorn Leghorn's Stagecoach Express and the rest of the Looney Tunes team in the Bugs Bunny National Park. Teleport to Africa with the Six Flags Wild Safari, a 350-acre wildlife preserve with more than 1,200 exotic animals including lions, baboons, zebras, elephants, giraffes, ostriches, and rhinos. In Bordentown, marvel at the Columbus Farmer's Market—fantastic for swooping up Amish goods, candies, pretzels, furniture, and crafts. You'll bite into Kate & Al's Pizza like a radioactive spider to a photojournalist, then reconvene at your base of operations for four included beers or mini bottles. In case you're not packing a hangover healer, recover your strength with a late noon checkout. Pick up this first-edition Escape that's sure to fit your daredevil disposition like spandex.