You've been working so hard dealing with all the aggravation caused by both this never-ending pandemic and the drama that is New Jersey. What you need is a nice romantic getaway.

Now that football will soon be over, it's time to get up off the couch and into a nice cozy romantic hotel with your significant other for a night or weekend that you'll never forget.

I asked some of my listeners and did some research and came up with a list of places in New Jersey that can make it happen.

Tropicana Hotel in Atlantic City

Tropicana Hotel Google Maps
Tropicana Hotel Google Maps
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Archer Hotel in Florham Park

Archer Hotel Google Maps
Archer Hotel Google Maps
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Grand Cascades Lodge at Crystal Springs Resort in Sussex County

Grand Cascades Lodge at Crystal Springs Resort Google Maps
Grand Cascades Lodge at Crystal Springs Resort Google Maps
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W Hoboken in Hoboken

W Hoboken Google Maps
W Hoboken Google Maps
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The Wilshire Grand Hotel in West Orange

The Wilshire Grand Hotel Google Maps
The Wilshire Grand Hotel Google Maps
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The Peacock Inn in Princeton

The Peacock Inn Google Maps
The Peacock Inn Google Maps
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Queen Victoria in Cape May

Queen Victoria Google Maps
Queen Victoria Google Maps
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Lambertville Station Restaurant and Inn

Charming town. River view rooms. — Submitted by listener Tim Aanensen

Lambertville Station and Inn Google Maps
Lambertville Station and Inn Google Maps
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Angel of the Sea, Cape May, NJ.

It's a lovely Victorian home, with a romantic warmth and charm. It's a beautiful destination any time of the year. — Submitted by listener Melynda B. Ulrich

Angel of the Sea Google Maps
Angel of the Sea Google Maps
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Borgata

Borgata Atlantic City Google Maps
Borgata Atlantic City Google Maps
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The Wave in Long Branch

Wave Resort Google Maps
Wave Resort Google Maps
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Feathers Nest inn. The Ice Cave room. Hot tub, fireplace.

Feather Nest Inn Google Maps
Feather Nest Inn Google Maps
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