- Sleek Art Deco decor makes for cozy common areas
- Convenient Herald Square location near numerous subway lines
- All rooms have flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and iPod docks
- Free continental breakfast includes coffee, bagels, muffins, cereal, yogurt, and fruit
- Small fitness center with cardio equipment and free weights
- Rooftop offers amazing views of the Empire State Building
- Location is convenient but not particularly charming
- Free breakfast does not include hot items
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Oyster Hotel Review
An understated boutique option with a serene vibe
The surrounding area may be hectic (the hotel is just a block from Herald Square), but Hotel Metro maintains a tranquil vibe throughout its rooms and common spaces. An attractive Art Deco theme pervades with warm colors, plush velvet furniture, and framed black-and-white Hollywood photos. After breakfast service, the breakfast room transforms into a cozy lounge, and guests can dine in the adjoining Metro Grill for lunch and dinner. The hotel also features small fitness and business centers. An equal mix of business and leisure travelers choose this property, which is located near both corporate offices and popular tourist sights.
A block from Herald Square
Hotel Metro is on a busy street just a block from Herald Square. The location is not particularly charming, but it is a great jumping-off point for sightseeing; numerous subway lines are just a block away, as is the Empire State Building. Business travelers also find the location convenient to numerous office buildings, and it's a 5-minute drive to the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
Art-Deco-inspired rooms feature warm decor, upscale toiletries, and modern amenities.
The 181 rooms are decorated in reds, golds, and browns, and feature Art Deco-inspired accents, such as subtle geometric patterns. Small but sleek bathrooms have hairdryers and upscale toiletries. Modern amenities include free Wi-Fi, iPod docks, and flat-screen TVs.
Premier Rooms offer added amenities such as work desks, coffeemakers, and mini-fridges stocked with free sodas and waters. Located on the top four floors, they also boast nicer views and are further removed from street noise.
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More features than many other mid-range boutique hotels
Hotel Metro may have a boutique feel, but unlike many mid-range boutique hotels, it boasts a number of property features.
To start, the hotel offers a free daily breakfast; there are no hot items on the menu, but items include bagels, muffins, cereal, yogurt, fruit, and of course, coffee. The adjoining Metro Grill opens for lunch and dinner and, during the summer months, guests can enjoy cocktails and views at the rooftop bar. Hotel guests can access the roof throughout the year if they're willing to brave the cold.
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Mini Bar (with liquor)
Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space
|Address||45 W 35th St, New York City, New York 10001, United States|