Hotel Metro NYC combines modern décor with the comfort and charm of a boutique hotel for a quintessential urban experience.
Located close to the Theatre District and Empire State Building, Hotel Metro NYC enjoys a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere, accentuated by rich colors, plush furniture and subdued lighting. With bookshelves lining the walls, comfortable chairs and wooden furnishings, The Library at Metro Hotel NYC is a particularly cozy and inviting space. Guests can also unwind and socialize in the Guest Lounge while enjoying a refreshing beverage and, in good weather, the rooftop garden terrace is the perfect spot from which to enjoy spectacular views of the city.
The guestrooms at Hotel Metro NYC are warm, welcoming and elegant, featuring soothing colors and thoughtful decor. Each bed is topped with a premium, Serta Pillow-top mattress and leather headboard, and the wooden desks, comfortable chairs and rich window coverings heighten the charm of the guestrooms. The large windows bring in an abundance of natural light, and the spacious, beautifully designed bathrooms come with premium amenities from Gilchrist & Soames. Bathrooms at Metro Hotel NYC also boast a sizeable glass and marble shower with a rainfall showerhead.
Hotel Metro NYC is home to the Metro Grill, an elegant but informal restaurant serving classic American meals and a range of delicious beverages in the cocktail lounge and bar. Guests can also choose to dine on the rooftop garden, enjoying a fine meal to the backdrop of striking views of the Empire State Building.
Midtown is NYC'S center and home to the city's busiest streets, most iconic buildings as well as some of the finest restaurants and shopping. Midtown is famous for Broadway, exclusive Fifth Avenue stores and the Empire State Building. Visitors in Midtown will find prestigious galleries like the Pace Gallery and Marian Goodman and a thriving theater scene at recognizable institutions like the Booth and the Imperial. Fifth Avenue is a paradise for shoppers with excellent options like Tiffany's, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman. Midtown is home to some of the most notable attractions in the city like Bryant Park, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Rockefeller Center and the Chrysler Building.