Nice hotel with beautiful lobby. The room was spacious and the bed very comfortable. No tea or coffee facilities in the room which was a real disappointment for me. The bathroom was clean but needs refurbishment as old and in need of attention. Staff were helpful and friendly. Fantastic location ...
Central location but unfriendly atmosphere. Little service and bad gym. Dirty room and uncomfortable bed.
We loved the view from our room, the breakfast was good and it was in an ideal location. Room could have been a better standard, leaking sink, missing shower curtain, no water or ice on the floor despite being stated.
The art deco decor was fab. Rooms were big and clean. Bathrooms were dated but were part of the charm of the hotel. Check in staff were pleasant but not overly friendly. Room cleaners were lovely. Concierge helpful and friendly. Diner staff were brilliant. The hotel felt haunted which we loved. Great ...
Really nice hotel, staff nice. Location is good, not far from most things. Big gripe is people smoking at the main door. Completely disgusting and it wafts into the lobby!
The front was being refurbished - but aside from aesthetically it didnt impact the visit. The SMS after I checked in was a really good touch.
The hotel was in a good location but the room wasn’t great value for money. There was no kettle in the room and the shower had the same amount of force as a watering can.
Standing 59 stories tall, the MetLife building’s unique octagonal shape and iconic logo make it one of the most distinguishable structures in New York’s five boroughs. Guests can strike out on self-guided tours and try to catch a glimpse of the falcons that nest on the MetLife sign that crowns the building. The ground floor is home to Godiva Chocolates and other popular shops.
No other area better captures the excitement and on-the-go atmosphere of New York than Times Square. Close to Grand Central Station, take the train and walk towards the MetLife Building or commission a private helicopter and hope to land atop the building. You cannot miss the former Pan-Am building - it was once the largest office building in terms of space.
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