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Princeton

Princeton, located in Mercer County, NJ, has a population of around 31,000 residents and is voted among the top places to live in the state. Covering about 18 square miles, Princeton offers its residents a dense suburban feel. Princeton is well known for being home to Ivy League Princeton University as well as other highly rated schools such as the Hun School, the Princeton Day School, and the Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart. 

About Princeton

In 2005, Princeton was ranked 15th of the top 100 towns in America by Money Magazine. Princeton is roughly equidistant from New York City and Philadelphia and provides a local train station that commuters can take to and from the city. Additionally, commuters living in Princeton are close to all major highways that serve both cities such as I95 and US Route 1. Major nearby towns include the state’s capital city, Trenton, as well as Edison, New Brunswick, Rocky Hill, and East Windsor. 

Lodging in Princeton

Princeton offers a variety of unique and comfortable lodging options for its visitors. With more than 45 lodging locations with over 5,200 hotel rooms in major hotel and conference centers, boutique hotels, inns, resorts, and bed and breakfasts, Princeton is able to offer accommodations for everyone and every budget. Some of the top places to stay in Princeton include the 4-star Hyatt Regency Princeton, The Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village, Doubletree by Hilton Princeton, Princeton Marriott at Forrestal Village, and Sonesta ES Suites Princeton.

Things to Do in Princeton, NJ

Princeton is a very scenic and beautiful tourist destination, offering its visitors many cultural, historical, and natural attractions to explore. Popular things to do in Princeton include walking through Princeton University’s campus, shopping downtown on Nassau Street, biking a canal or river street, or touring a museum. Princeton is known for its recreation facilities, such as a large community pool complex, tennis courts, athletic fields, and many parks and playgrounds. See our list below of top attractions in Princeton:

  • Princeton University Art Museum
  • Princeton Battlefield State Park
  • Carnegie Lake
  • Princeton Farmers Market
  • Morven Museum and Garden
  • McCarter Theatre Center
  • Terhune Orchards and Winery

Medical Spa in Princeton

Our state-of-the-art facial plastic surgery practice and laser center located in Princeton is dedicated to providing the safest, most effective surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures available. Led by double board-certified facial plastic surgeon and Princeton native Eugenie Brunner, MD, FACS, our friendly and knowledgeable medical team are experts in creating natural-looking results that optimize the inherent beauty of every patient.

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Schedule a Consultation with a Plastic Surgeon in Princeton

With a combination of proven skill, innovative thinking, and a wealth of medical experience and training, facial plastic surgeon Dr. Brunner is known for a personable bedside manner and an unparalleled ability to provide her Princeton patients with beautiful, natural-looking facial enhancement and reconstruction results. To learn more, or if you wish to schedule a consultation with Dr. Brunner, please contact our medical spa today.

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