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Luxurious Summit NJ Hotel

Enjoy the Modern Comfort & Convenience of The DeBary Inn Executive Boutique Hotel

The newly remodeled DeBary Inn is situated on Springfield Avenue in Summit, NJ's historic North End. Springfield Avenue is a beautiful and quiet residential street celebrated for its glorious Victorian homes. This Summit Hotel offers updated accommodations, free continental breakfast and modern amenities cater to leisure and business travelers alike.

We are just one block from Summit's downtown area and less than 1 mile from The Mall at Short Hills. The DeBary Inn is within walking distance of trendy shops and fabulous restaurants. The Summit Train Station, a few short blocks away, provides regular service to and from New York City in a mere 35 minutes.

The personalized service, convenience and transportation options make The DeBary Inn a great place to stay in Summit and a practical alternative to Manhattan hotels. Join us at The DeBary Inn, Summit, NJ's only Executive Boutique Inn.

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Sixteen exquisitely decorated rooms and suites with modern amenities.

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Plan your next special occasion or business meeting that can accommodate up to 35 guests.

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New York City is only a 36-minute ride by train. Take in a Broadway show or have dinner.

News from The Debary Inn

Welcome to The DeBary Inn August Newsletter!

DeBary Inn is a boutique hotel located in Summit, New Jersey. In the North End of Summit, the Inn rests between fantastic restaurants, an abundance of local hikes and a short walk away from the Summit Train Station. Whether you’re traveling for work or leisure, the hotel provides a daily...

The DeBary Inn is an 1880 Victorian home built by Mr. Adolphe DeBary. He and his wife, a Summit native named Augusta Cecil, and their three children lived in the home until 1898, when they moved to Florida. 

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