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New Jersey Monthly Magazine

Feature Stories
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Blue Bay Inn

More cosmopolitan chic than classic Jersey Shore, the Blue Bay Inn in Atlantic Highlands offers guests an elegant getaway.

By Lauren Payne

Courtesy of theoysterpointhotel.com.

The Oyster Point Hotel

The Oyster Point Hotel in Red Bank, which was renovated and relaunched in 2009, offers seductive views of the Navesink River.

By Claire Pamplin

Photo by Colin Archer/Agency New Jersey.

The Bungalow Hotel

The decor of the Bungalow Hotel in Long Branch is the work of Manhattan-based Sixx Design principals Robert and Cortney Novogratz and recreates a classic surfer's flophouse.

By Claire Pamplin

Courtesy of hoteltides.com.

Hotel Tides

Hotel Tides in Asbury Park can be described as "old-school," but offers a hint of the contemporary with its renovated interior.

By Claire Pamplin

Courtesy of daddyohotel.com/lbi.

Daddy O

The vibe at Daddy O in Brant Beach is more South Beach than Long Beach Island, but this hip hotel located just across from the beach offers a sophisticated place to crash.

By Lauren Payne

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The Chelsea

If you're looking for a stylish, retro chic boutique hotel in Atlantic City, check out The Chelsea—a place Dean Martin and Rosemary Clooney would have gotten a kick out of.

By Jen A. Miller

Courtesy of goldeninn.com.

Golden Inn and Resort

Everything in the 154 rooms at the Golden Inn and Resort in Avalon has been renovated and replaced, but its proximity to the beach remains unchanged.

By Jen A. Miller

Photo by Jeffrey Totaro.

The Starlux

The Starlux used to be the Wingate, a typical Wildwood motel, but the building was gutted, expanded, and modernized into the 39-room boutique hotel it is today.

By Jen A. Miller

Courtesy of caribbeanmotel.com.

The Caribbean Motel

The Caribbean Motel may be on the National Register of Historic Places, but that doesn't mean it wasn't renovated and re-imagined to pay homage to Wildwood's doo-wop history.

By Jen A. Miller

Courtesy of sandpipercapemay.com.

The Sandpiper

Cool whites, shell and wood accents, and plenty of space to stretch out and relax dominate The Sandpiper in Cape May.

By Jen A. Miller

Courtesy of virginiahotel.com.

The Virginia Hotel

The Virginia Hotel is the chic sister to the grand Congress Hall and the family-oriented Beach Shack in Cape May.

By Robert Strauss

Photo courtesy SK Communications LLC.

The Beach Shack

Recent renovations at The Beach Shack in Cape May add a late '60s beachcomber vibe that did not exist when the building was known as The Coachman.

By Jen A. Miller

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