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2100 State Route 10, Morris Plains, NJ 07950-2690
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#2 of 5 hotels in Morris Plains
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Tomac Motor Inn is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Morris Plains, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Tomac Motor Inn offers guests free wifi.

The motel features room service. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

Morris Plains has plenty of cafes. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Jersey Boy Bagels and Mt. Tabor Bagel, which are serving up some great dishes.

Enjoy your stay in Morris Plains!

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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Wifi
Business Centre with Internet Access
Non-smoking hotel
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Non-smoking rooms

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50Car recommended
Grade: 50 out of 100
13Restaurantswithin 1 km
0Attractionswithin 1 km
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2100 State Route 10, Morris Plains, NJ 07950-2690
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Newark Liberty Intl Airport30 kmSee all flights
Morristown Municipal Airport7 kmSee all flights
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Debbie D wrote a review Sep 2021
3 contributions10 helpful votes
We made a reservation with hotels.com and paid with PayPal. Got to the motel and knocked on the door for 5 minutes. No one was around. Had to book at another hotel but bc of their no refund policy, we got no refund. I paid $92 for absolutely nothing. Won't use hotels.com ever again and never go to this motel. It was shady anyhow.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Mara C wrote a review Jan 2018
Philadelphia7 contributions14 helpful votes
For the price not a bad place to stay. The price was cheap. When you need to get away for the day this place is the place to go. No bugs. Bathroom was alitte nasty. But overall the place was not too bad.
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Date of stay: December 2017
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thomass47 wrote a review May 2013
Morristown, New Jersey3 contributions10 helpful votes
Although I had heard horror stories about this place I decided to try it out anyway. What a difference a renovation makes! The prices are fantastic. The rooms are large and very clean. We were given a king size bed and nearly new furniture. There is plenty of space for luggage and more than enough seating for a pair of love birds or a group of friends. The bathroom is well done and clean, the room service always replaces towels and vacuums. The tv is a bit small and the cable is spotty but there is HBO so how can I complain. Best of all is the peace and quiet. The road noise is minimal from Route 10 and the other tenants are quiet. The parking is ample and well lit. From the outside the place seems a bit run down and he lobby looks like an early 70's hospital intake ward but the manager was exceptionally friendly and helpful. Once again for the price the place is pretty unbeatable. I'm sure there are nicer hotels around but if you are on a budget and need a place for a few nights the Tomac Motor Lodge is your place.
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Date of stay: May 2013
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Mac1490 wrote a review Dec 2012
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Stayed at this place street booking through price line. Usually not being charged until you get to the hotel is the case but we got changed the day we booked online even though it said no deposit would be taken. Do knowing we had already paid for or room we go to cheep in and they charge us again! It took a couple hours talking with a heavily accented man working in the lobby, calling Priceline and our bank to figure out that we were right and that the hotel did indeed charge us twice unlike what the clerk told us. Saying Priceline mistakingly charged us. After that it was okay, the needs were hard, shower head sucked. Locks on the doors blow, and the doors let in a lot of cold air. Had to give a ten dollar deposit for the key which is a real key not a card. We got out back on check out. Not a ton of food choices around without driving around. Payments def need more looking into to so no more problems arise like that, when we chuckled in they didn't even have our name of having a reservation only way he knew what to charge us again for was us bringing in out paper from Priceline. Place needs work!
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Date of stay: December 2012
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Charlie R wrote a review Aug 2012
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania48 contributions8 helpful votes
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I arrived at the hotel around 3:45pm, check in was said to be after 3pm. The parking lot was empty when I was told there were only a few rooms left on Hotels.com (though that could be a way Hotels.com books more rooms). I tried the door on the side, it was locked. The door around front was locked as well. The lights where on in and there was a TV playing at the front desk. I waiting for a few minutes and someone came around. She had stepped out of a minute and was very apologetic. Check in was easy. There was a $5 deposit for the key - which is a real key, not a key card - but I got it back at check out. There was air conditioning in the lobby as well as the hall ways. There were signs on every door saying what was needed to be done in the room and if the room was rentable. I stayed in room 19. It was a big room with a king sized bed. The air conditioner wasn't on when I went in but the room wasn't overly hot and it cooled down quickly when I turned on the air. It was clean, recently vacuumed. It was recently painted. It was supposed to be a non-smoking room but it did smell of smoke. It wasn't too bad once the AC was on for a while (I'm very sensitive to smoke and I could stand it). In the room there was a king sized bed, a desk and a chair, a side table, a table and two chairs, a dresser, two lamps plus ceiling lights, a TV, and a "walk-in" closet with no door. No clock, hotel information, or "Do Not Disturb" sign. There was a Bible and a phone book. Two doors to get in and out, one to the indoor hallway and one that led outside. The same key was used for both. The window had a blind but no curtain so the light did get in, but it was very private. A lot of sun light came in in the morning though. There was a pieced of tissue in the peep hole on the indoor hallway door, I think that might've been put there by a previous tenant. One outlet didn't work but there were plenty of others. The TV wasn't good at all, four channels came in clear, some sort of movie channel, two sports channels and Fox News. It rained one day and none of the channels came in. No internet access in the rooms. The bed seemed clean. It was hard but not too bad. Depends on your preference. The carpet definitely stained my feet, but it washed off quickly. I noticed it because every time I walked into the bathroom there was red foot marks on the towel. The shower wasn't too great, but it worked. The pressure was weak, took a bit for the hot water to kick in and it went in and out during the shower. No amenities, just two bars of soap. Tissues, two cups, and an ashtray were outside the bathroom. Housekeeping came everyday (since there was no "Do Not Disturb" sign). I usually don't use housekeeping, but I never went to the front desk to ask them to stop. They did a great job though, very thorough. After the first night I walked around the hotel to see how many rooms were occupied. A few rooms had the air conditioning on but after looking into the other rooms I realized that they were being redone. More than half of the lower section of the hotel was empty and being renovated (which explains why Hotels.com said there were so little rooms). If walking (!!!)... I took a bus from Pittsburgh to NYC and then a train to Morris Plains, so I had no car. I looked up walked directions on Google and it seemed doable. It's about a 2 mile walk from the train and it was a 1 mile walk to the destination I was going to. What I didn't realize is that it's on a highway, a divided highway at that. It is walkable but you have to be on the correct size or else you'll be walking in a circle. You also have to look out for overgrown trees and whatnot and watch for traffic. I was informed by the lady at the front desk and a construction worker that it is legal to walk along the highway. Just be careful! See also: Red Carpet Inn Morris Plains for older reviews
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Date of stay: August 2012
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US$62 - US$101 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesNew JerseyMorris CountyMorris Plains
NUMBER OF ROOMS
15
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Frequently Asked Questions about Tomac Motor Inn
What are some of the property amenities at Tomac Motor Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and room service.
Is parking available at Tomac Motor Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Tomac Motor Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include TABOR ROAD Tavern, Grato, and Smashburger.
Are there any historical sites close to Tomac Motor Inn?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Morristown National Historical Park, Washington Headquarters and Museum (5.7 km), Ford Mansion and Museum (5.8 km), and Fosterfields Living Historical Farm (5.8 km).