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10 Livingston Avenue

New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Reservations: 866.609.4700

Resort Direct: 732.729.4670

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New Brunswick Things to Do

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The Heldrich invites you to explore the best of downtown New Brunswick attractions just outside our front door. We are directly across the street from three performing arts theaters, and moments from shopping, dining and nightlife. Less than 60 minutes away, you can visit Manhattan landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty; or take a day trip to Atlantic City and the Jersey shore.
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Did you know?

The Heldrich is located directly next door to the State Theatre and within one mile of Rutgers University!

Hotel Amenities

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Experience Elegance at The Heldrich. The Heldrich features 235 luxuriously appointed guestrooms showcasing views of downtown New Brunswick and the surrounding area. The interior d├ęcor of simplicity and style is conducive to relaxation or productivity. Wireless Internet access and spacious work desks with two line telephones are available. Our 14 elegant suites feature the added convenience of a separate parlor. Our guest services, including Concierge and In-Room Dining, ensure that you have whatever you need for comfort.

We Offer:

  • 235 luxuriously appointed guestrooms
  • 25,000 square feet of IACC certified conference space
  • 7,370 square foot Livingston Ballroom
  • Christopher's Restaurant and Bar
  • Room Service
  • Complimentary Business Center
  • Indoor pool with outdoor terrace
  • Health club
  • The Spa at The Heldrich
  • Self parking $25 per day, valet $30 per day

The Spa at the Heldrich

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Independently operated from The Heldrich Hotel, we are honored to share this space to serve international guests as well as our local communities. We strive to provide a quality massage that will benefit the individual needs of each guest, while providing a relaxing space to ensure a stress free moment in time. The Human Body is our focus, with healthy massage, age defying skin treatments and beautifying grooming services. Join us, for a relaxing day at The Spa at The Heldrich.
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We Are Conveniently Located Inside of The Heldrich Hotel in Downtown New Brunswick, NJ
10 Livingston Avenue - 3rd Floor, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Call us today: (732) 247 - 2500
Heldrich Guests- from your room: Dial Ext - 8480

Explore the City

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New Brunswick performing arts center and surrounding nightlife
The Heldrich invites you to explore the many things to do in New Brunswick just outside our front door. We are directly across the street from three performing arts theaters, and moments from shopping, dining and nightlife. Less than 60 minutes away, you can visit Manhattan landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty; or take a day trip to Atlantic City and the Jersey shore.

Experience the Adventure of a Rutgers Event

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Come cheer on the Home Team! Whether its a football game at High Point Solutions Stadium, or a basketball game at the Louis Brown Athletic Center, known to the locals as "The RAC," feel the thrills and excitement of The Scarlet Knights! Call Rutgers Football at 732-445-6200 for more information.

 

THE BIRTHPLACE OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL

The Rutgers Football Program is notable for playing in what is considered to be the first ever intercollegiate football game in 1869, in which they defeated Princeton University. For this reason, Rutgers has been described as "the birthplace of college football."

The site for the contest was a small plot of land where College Avenue currently runs through Rutgers' campus in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The structure of the game resembled more of a rugby-style contest instead of modern-day football, in which players were allowed to kick and bat the ball with their fists and hands. 

Rutgers squad was captained by William J. Leggett and donned scarlet kerchiefs atop their heads in an effort to distinguish between the two teams. Rutgers would go on to win the contest by a score of 6 goals to 4... and the rest is history!

View of a Rutgers football game from the stands

Fun Facts:
Did you know that Rutgers University played the first intercollegiate football game, on November 6, 1869 against Princeton University?

Rutgers won 6-4!

The State Theatre New Jersey

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The State Theatre

Located in the heart of downtown New Brunswick, The State Theatre NJ hosts a wide variety of musical and theatrical performances. Buy Tickets by following the link below, or call State Theater guest services at 732-246-7469.

Did You Know ...
The State Theatre has been a New Brunswick landmark since 1921, when it first opened on December 26, and was then known as "Reade's State Theatre."

New Brunswick Performing Arts Center

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When the curtain goes up on The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center in the fall of 2019, the state-of-the-art center will immediately take its rightful place as one of the Northeast’s premier venues for musical, dance and theatrical performances.

NBPAC will offer a vibrant and diverse performance program that will elevate the Center to the role of entertainment and cultural hub throughout the community, state and region. It will offer show-stopping experiences that captivate, entertain and leave audiences clamoring for Encores.

The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center will include the Main Stage, which is a 463 seat Proscenium Theater designed to accommodate musical theater, dance, opera, and dramatic theater. While the Arthur Laurents Theater, also designed as a Proscenium Theater, will primarily host theatrical and smaller dance performances. It includes a 60 ft. stage with a state-of-the-art grid system for lighting and sound. It will accommodate 252 patrons, in the orchestra (222), and balcony (30). It is anticipated that this theater will be home to a variety of performing types including dramatic theater and dance with styles ranging from traditional to experimental. 

Member companies include The George Street Playhouse, the American Repertory Princeton Ballet School, Crossroads Theatre, and Rutgers University Mason Gross School of the Arts. 

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New Brunswick Cultural Arts Center

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Visit our New Brunswick Cultural Arts Center during your visit and experience all the venues for concerts, theater, and more. Follow the link below to the events calendar, or call the center at 732.729.0320 for more information

Explore New Jersey & NYC

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Statue of Liberty and the Bay Area around Manhattan

The Heldrich Hotel is situated just a 5-minute walk away from the NJ Transit Line, making downtown New York City accessible via an easy 60-minute train ride.

Or, take in the sights of Atlantic City or the Jersey Shore - both less than an hour away too. A stay at The Heldrich is an affordable alternative to expensive downtown hotel accommodations

Paul Robeson, September 5-15

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Opening Night at The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center

Be a part of this historic story and the first patrons to experience Crossroads Theatre Company's new home at the state-of-the-art New Brunswick Performing Arts Center.

The glorious and complicated life of scholar/athlete/activist Paul Robeson is brought to life on stage in honor of the 100th Anniversary of his graduation from Rutgers University. Paul Robeson is a powerful look at the many facets of Robeson—the man and the celebrity. The play stars veteran Broadway performer Nathaniel Stampley Jr. in the title role.

Tracing significant events of Robeson's life, the play reveals how he faces the dynamics of the prevalent presence of racism in the early part of the 20th century.  Triumphing over this struggle makes Robeson a modern day hero as he used his influence and stature to enlighten those around him.

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Don't Miss a Star-Studded Evening

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A Night with Crossroads Theatre - Honoring Denzel Washington
Saturday, October 19th, from 6:00 - 11:00 PM

Crossroads Theatre Company is thrilled to honor iconic theatre and screen titan, Denzel Washington with the inaugural “Ossie Davis & Ruby Dee Living Legend Award.”  

Event highlights include walking the “red carpet”, upscale cocktail reception, star-studded tribute to Denzel’s exceptional career, live performances and much more! Join us for this incredible evening at The State Theatre New Jersey following Main + VIP Receptions at NBPAC and The Heldrich.

Hub City Jazz Fest

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Presenting The Amazin' Grace Little Band, performing live at Christopher's Restaurant

This dynamic group is comprised of 8 very talented musicians: two lead vocalists, a full rhythm section and a sax player. Jazz, pop, rock, R&B, funk, reggae, Top 40, swing, soul, Latin and pop -- The Amazin' Grace Little Band does it all!

Performing live at Christopher's Restaurant at The Heldrich on Friday, October 25th from 7:00 - 10:00 PM. 

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