The International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management is located on 178 acres of beautiful gardens, lawns and woodlands. This campus, FDU's College at Florham, in Madison, New Jersey was once the country estate of the Vanderbilt-Twombly family.
Primarily a residential campus, Madison is ideal for students seeking a classic, traditional college experience with an active campus life. It features many new and traditional buildings among its facilities. Among these are the School's offices and classroom space which are located in the Chaine House, a building which also houses the National Headquarters of the world's premier culinary society, the Chaine des Rotisseurs.
Just 35 miles from New York, the campus is surrounded by numerous first-class and deluxe hospitality properties, as well as many Fortune 1000 corporate headquarters.
A special feature of the College at Florham's International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management is
the presence of the Hamilton Park Hotel and Conference Center which is a partner with our School. Located adjacent to the campus, this deluxe hospitality property has over 219 guest rooms and suites, 40 meeting rooms, a ballroom, a gourmet continental dining room and lounge facilities. The Hamilton Park offers students jobs and internship experiences, special classes and on-site projects, hands-on laboratory experiences and scholarships.
In addition to the Hamilton Park Hotel, the School's students work in numerous hotels, restaurants and other hospitality-related operations in the immediate vicinity including the prestigious Park Avenue Club. For more information or to arrange a visit, please call 973-443-8271.