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Lambertville Station Inn Undergoes $4 Million Renovation

LAMBERTVILLE, New Jersey — A landmark along the Delaware River, the Lambertville Station Inn, has completed a $4 million expansion program.

The inn’s new conference center has 5,000 square feet of combined, flexible space now available for corporate meetings, gala events, business entertaining and weddings. With an innovative architectural redesign of the inn’s brick facade, the conference space has been expanded and transformed. Two of its three floors now feature floor-to-ceiling glass walls, further opening the inn’s views of the Delaware and neighboring New Hope, Pennsylvania.

The new conference space overlooks the Delaware Valley’s parks, hills and woodlands. The tranquil riverside setting is conducive to productive meetings, executive retreats and events and can host up to 200 people. The Riverside Ballroom, with its vaulted ceilings, sets the scene for meetings and receptions and can host dinners for up to 200 participants. Floor-to-ceiling windows, custom designed chandeliers and original works by local artists give the Riverside Ballroom individuality.

On the floor below, the new conference and event space offers options for corporate entertaining and dynamic meetings. The Riversedge, a spacious, open-air event space set at the water’s edge with a full bar and couches, can host networking receptions, buffet lunches and dinners, and wine tastings.

The Creekside Room, overlooking picturesque Swan Creek, which flows into the Delaware, can be divided and set up in theater, classroom, U-shaped or boardroom style to accommodate from 15 to 45 participants. The Boardroom is available for up to eight guests. The Delaware Room, on the third floor of the Lambertville Station Restaurant, reflects the historic charm of the restored Lambertville train station with views of Bridge Street and the river and can accommodate groups of up to 25 for meetings and events.