BRINGING AN INDEPENDENT VIBE AND INDUSTRIAL-CHIC STYLE TO NEW JERSEY’S BOOMING BOROUGH
Florham Park — a tight-knit suburb just southeast of Morristown and a 45-minute train ride from New York City — is home to Archer Hotel Florham Park. This four-story industrial-chic boutique hotel, in the suburban mixed-use campus known as The Green, offers stellar, sincere service. Consummate host Archer kindly invites you and your friends and family to stay with us while you’re in the area.
What is so special about Archer Hotel Florham Park? We’d love to share it with you.
Rooms + suites
While we know that every detail of a hotel is meaningful, we understand that a positive room experience is essential to our guests’ optimum satisfaction. That’s why Archer maintains a five-star sleep experience throughout the hotel.
Every room comes complete with five-star bedding, which includes premium linens on a plush Eurotop mattress that feels ah-mazing and a down duvet that delivers just the right amount of heat (no matter the season). A selection of firm and soft down pillows means a restful night’s sleep is at the ready; hypoallergenic pillows are also available by request.
Stay with a good friend or family member and it’s likely that the guest room you stay in isn’t exactly like any other bedroom in the house. Archer’s treats his guests to similarly wonderful but visually distinct rooms and suites via four design palettes, instilling an “aha” moment to each stay. And like the other areas of the hotel, the rooms and suites have an industrial-chic vibe with a distinct New Jersey flavor.
Attentive touches enhance the room experience. Beginning with a welcome treat and followed by daily turndown treats made in-house or curated from local artisans, every sweet treat is paired with a whimsical note. Guests rave about the complimentary Nespresso® coffee experience, as well as the Malin+Goetz® bath amenities that smell divine. Handy notepads include words of wisdom from famous folks from the area. And the most Instagram-worthy photo? The whimsical bath slippers — they’re fun, convenient and our guests’ to keep.
Archer’s art collection brings the East Coast in-house. The work of local artists and regional subjects grace the walls throughout the hotel; a sampling includes a mural of the Stewart’s All American root beer logo in Archer’s Kitchen + Bar, “The Little Red Schoolhouse” photograph with color overprint at the Archer’s front desk and a black-and-white photo of Bruce Springsteen in the King Studio Suite.
Archer’s Kitchen + Bar
Morning and evening, guests enjoy beautiful, simple, globally-influenced foods. Intelligentsia® coffee, Kilogram tea and several juices are offered alongside a house-made breakfast buffet, giving guests a tasty start to their day. A rotating selection of eggs is prepared with protein and potato options, and fresh fruits, yogurts, granola, Scottish oats, smoked salmon and charcuterie plus cheeses round out the morning menu.
Evening bites, bowls and grilled favorites are served a la carte either bar-side or in-room. Soft pretzels served with warm brie and whole-grain mustard add a gourmet twist, while the cheese + charcuterie sampler has something for everyone. Garden bowls, grilled items and flatbreads fill the menu — several of which are gluten-free, vegetarian or vegan. The Healthy Bowl mixes field greens and red quinoa with broccoli, avocado, tomato, sunflower seeds and house vinaigrette. Or choose a Red or White Flatbread, Flat Iron Steak Sandwich or Straight Up Burger. And yes, there are a few tasty desserts for our sweet-tooth guests — including a root beer float made with Stewart’s Original root beer.
Archer’s lively bar is a great place to unwind after a day of meetings or being out and about. Archer’s mixologists serve up classic cocktails, wines and bubbles, beers, and Intelligentsia coffee and espresso. While there, guests can meet old friends and make new ones around the industrial-styled billiards table — a fun way to wind down.
Moments of downtime
Whether our guests are staying with us because of work or play, they will no doubt have some time to themselves. While some will cozy up in their comfy rooms and other will naturally gravitate to Archer’s Kitchen + Bar, the hotel has other options to consider.
Archer’s well-appointed fitness studio has world-class Matrix Fitness cardio equipment to get the heart pumping and the blood flowing — treadmills, ellipticals and cycles — plus a Matrix AURA 300 Functional Trainer and premium free weights. An Isawall® training wall provides a terrific workout for yoga, Pilates, stretching and suspension weight enthusiasts. Forgot your water? No worries; chilled water is complimentary, as are towels and disposable headphones.
Archer’s pool is a fun way for families to expend energy (or that of the kiddos). Some guests like to find their Zen in the pool, too, by floating and letting the cares of the day wash away.
Elegant meetings + events
Archer loves to host meetings, social events, bridal luncheons, cocktail parties and intimate receptions — you name it. He’s the host with the most, taking care of the details so that our guests can participate in the event just as much as their guests do. With luxe accommodations and customizable buffet menus, it’s no wonder our elegant venues (both indoors and out) offer some of the most unforgettable celebrations and functions around.
Location, location, location
The booming borough of Florham Park lies between Morristown, Madison and Livingston and is less than an hour away from New York City. Nestled in The Green — a campus rich with such corporate heavyweights as The New York Jets, BASF North American Headquarters and Summit Medical Group/MD Anderson Cancer Center — Archer brings a spirit of casual elegance, 161 luxe guest rooms and suites, a spirited cocktail bar and patio and an inviting backyard with a bocce ball court.
When in The Green at Florham Park, visiting the New York Jets state-of-the-art training facility is a must-do. A shuttle is available for practices to the entry gate. Jets players may sign autographs for fans along the sideline after practice, and members of Gen Jets Kids Club have a kids-only player autograph area at all practices.
Hungry? You’re in the right place. Whether for breakfast, lunch, dinner or anytime in between, Florham Park and its neighboring boroughs will not disappoint. The downtown Florham Park Diner has a wide variety of breakfast-through-dinner options. Nonna’s Italian Restaurant serves up traditional Italian fare alongside more-modern temptations, and the contemporary café The Thirsty Turtle has a menu with lobster bisque, macadamia-crusted tilapia, a Cajun chicken sandwich, filet mignon kabobs and — as you’d expect — a selection of craft, import and domestic beers, martinis and specialty cocktails.
The area is ripe with fashion shopping opportunities: Boutique 161, Stitch Boutique, SAMS Fine Men’s Clothing, Kids at Heart, 580 South Men’s and Boys and New Leaf Consignment, plus The Mall at Short Hills and the Livingston Mall. Looking for home décor? Head to Safavieh for handmade rugs and well-crafted furniture, British Home Emporium for premier interior design and home furnishings, Home Sense for unexpected, global finds, Jonathan Adler for modern American glamour and CBL Fine Art for handcrafted jewelry, ceramics and glass, original and graphic art, tableware, handbags, furniture, Judaica and decorative accessories.