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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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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
Hotel was clean tidy staff were very helpful we had a room at the rear which was a little noisy and no view but this is a minor niggle when you consider it's location walking to Macys, Subway... Read more , Times Sq, Browdway Empire State Building were all literally on the doorstep. Would stay there again. Read less
Stayed here for 3 nights last week. We booked a Queen Room and were delighted to be upgraded to a Family Suite on the 12th floor when checking in. Room was huge by NYC standards and was actually a... Read more 2 room suite with 3 beds. Everything was great other than one minor issue. I've stayed in many hotels over the years, but I have never had so many static electricity shocks as I have in this room. Virtually every time I touched my wife, we both received an audible static crack/shock. I could literally feel my hair standing on end when I was close to a bed sheet and woke up each morning feeling like I had been on a low voltage charge over night. Initially a novelty, but by the end of the stay my wife wouldn't let me near her! That aside, I would definitely book this hotel again next time I visit NYC. Location, staff and facilities are perfect for a short break in the city. After some research, we opted for to get the Airtrain from JFK to Jamaica, then the Long Island Railroad into Penn. Took about 45 mins, saved some cash and avoided any congestion on the roads. NYC was amazing and we can't wait to go back. Read less
Rooms and bathroom not very big which apparently is the norm in New York. However they were clean and comfortable with a really good shower. The continental breakfast was first class. The staff were... Read more friendly and helped especially the concierge chappie at his desk who seemed to know New York inside out even as to which subway to catch and where to get off. The hotel is located in a good location. Would I stop there again?....yes without hesitation! Read less
Stayed at hotel metro for 4 nights from 13th-17th February with my 12yrold daughter. This was my second stay and I emailed the hotel to ask for a higher, quiet room if possible. I received a reply... Read more saying the room I had booked would be on floors 2 - 7 but they would see what was available on arrival. The room itself was fine but I was disappointed to find it was on 2nd floor which is only 1 floor up from reception. I asked if there was nothing higher but was told the hotel was fully booked. It's NY so I fully expect street noise but being one floor from the street it was horrendous especially bin trucks before 4am. Also people coming in reception making noise early hours!! I had hoped to get a better room especially since I was returning for a 2nd time. Having said all that I wasn't going to let that spoil my trip so bought ear plugs!! Instead of a taxi from JFK we took the air train to Jamaica then LIRR to Penn and walked the 10 minutes to hotel. Cost about a third of taxi price and probably quicker. Excellent location we got subway from herald square station everywhere. Bought 7 days unlimited subway ticket $30 well worth it and just one ticket instead of buying â‚¬2.50 everytime. Last time I was in NY it was May and sunny big difference in February. Never felt cold like it!!! Thank god for thermals. Snowed last day which was fab in Central Park. If your not a fan of the cold pick a warmer month. So much to do here fab city. Already planning next trip for next year but might look at a different hotel in midtown area. Read less