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Oozing with Art Deco chic, this well-priced hotel is just a short walk from the Empire State Building and Macy's department store. In warmer months, the rooftop terrace is a great place to view the Empire State Building. The hotel's attractive, blonde wood restaurant is on the New York Times' list of 'Good Dining Places in the Area'. They mix some great cocktails in the restaurant bar, too!
On West 35th Street. In the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Close to the subway.Larger Map
181 rooms on 14 floors in 1 building with 3 lifts. All with air-conditioning, TV, iron and board, and hairdryer. Mini-Double Rooms (Standard Rooms) with 1 double bed, sleeping max 2 adults are compact. For a special occasion we recommend upgrading.
Contemporary Twin Rooms with 2 twin beds, sleeping max 2 adults.
Contemporary Queen Rooms with 1 queen-size bed, sleeping max 2 adults.
Contemporary Deluxe Double Rooms with 2 double beds, sleeping max 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child.
Premier Queen Rooms are located on floors 8-12 and are newly renovated with 1 queen-size bed, sleeping max 2 adults.
Metro Grill restaurant (lunch and dinner weekdays only) and bar. Library lounge. Complimentary Continental breakfast served daily. Rooftop terrace bar (in summer, weather permitting). Free WiFi Internet access throughout the hotel. Room service*. Exercise room.
One person must be aged 21 years and over in each room at check-in.
This is a 100% non-smoking hotel.
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This was our first visit to New York and couldn't have picked a better hotel! We had a private car pick us up from the airport and it took us about 45 minutes to get to the hotel. It's close to... Read more shops, bars, takeaways, restaurants and there is a subway station at the end of the street, which will take you to practically anywhere in New York. We had an economy queen sized room on the sixth floor which was a good size for the 2 of us. It was facing the road, so it was quite noisy in the morning, but we took ear plugs with us, so it didn't affect us at all. The air con was quite noisy too, but we switched it off overnight. There is also a fridge in the room and a TV with a few good channels on it! Breakfast is included with this hotel, which doesn't happen very happen in a hotel in NYC. There was a choice of bagels, pastries, toast, cereal, muffins and porridge. There was fruit juice and tea and coffee which was available 24 hours a day. The breakfast room is quite busy in the morning, but we always managed to find a table. You can also go through to the hotels restaurant and get a cooked breakfast for $6. Breakfast is served between 6.30 till 10 am. There is a rooftop terrace, which has great views of the Empire State Building. The bar was actually closed when we were there, but it was still nice to go up at night and chill out! A few people took their own bottles of wine etc up there to drink. The concierge are very helpful and friendly, as are all the staff. I would def recommend this hotel to anyone visiting the city! Read less
The Hotel Metro is a great base in Midtown Manhattan. Close to shops & all the big sightseeing sights. If you fancy a stroll, Battery Park is about an hour an half. Stayed on floor 6 facing the... Read more street & it's noisy, if your a light sleeper it's not for you. The air con was also noisy but can't comment if it's like that in all rooms. James on concierge was the nicest bloke, nothing was ever too much trouble. That can't be said for one of the receptionists, possibly the rudest women I've ever come across. Didn't catch her name as refused to speak to her after her can't bothered attitude on check in. Breakfast was great, enough to fill you up until the evening if you don't have time to stop for lunch. I'd recommend Frankie & Johnnies for a nice evening meal, one of the best steaks I've eaten. All in all a great stay, but I'm big on first impressions & would have given it a higher rating had it not been for a horrible check in experience. Read less
This is a really lovely hotel with art deco interior, My sister Joan and I stayed here for the second time at the end of august for six nights. Our room was up graded which was a lovely surprise and... Read more we were really pleased. It was very comfortable with two double beds and ample room to move about in. The breakfast is great, with plenty to choose from if you like Bagels this is heaven, Go out the front of the hotel look up and you can see the Empire State building or even better go up to the roof top garden the whole of the beautiful building is there in all its glory, fantastic sight. The hotel is just up the road from Macys and Times Square, The hotel Metro is a fabulous location for all the sights and sounds of New York. Enjoy. Read less
This hotel gets 10 from me for location. such a central point and with easy access to 34th Penn station, there a links to the airport, New Jersey and so on. Its rooms were great, spacious (ours on... Read more the 5th Floor), fully equipped with air con and a fridge. It was everything we needed for a weeks stay in one of the best cities in the world. The staff were ok, left a little to be desired. nevertheless polite. The 24hr coffee was a god send, this set us up for a days exploring. The thing that sells this hotel is its location with the added bonus of cleans rooms, nice décor and 24hr coffe (we didn't eat the breakfast as we couldn't fit in the dining room). Read less
The Hotel Metro is brilliantly located in Midtown very close to a subway station and a short walk to Times Square, Penn Station and so on. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the breakfast... Read more was tasty and plentiful. The roof terrace has great views of the Empire State Building too. The room we stayed in was a little small but very comfortable and the shower was excellent. The decor is a little cheesy but everything is clean and comfy. We stayed on the 8th floor and the noise from the street was pretty loud but we slept well nontheless - and it's to be expected from that central location we'd imagine. All in all, I'd recommend this hotel for a Midtown stay as it's good value and reliable. Read less