If you’re looking for a romantic hotel in Red Bank, look no further than Oyster Point Hotel.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Oyster Point Hotel offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Guests of Oyster Point Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a fitness center and an on-site restaurant. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a Chinese restaurant, consider a visit to Temple Gourmet Chinese, Oriental Empire, or China Moon, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Oyster Point Hotel.
If you’re looking for something to do, Riverside Gardens Park (0.5 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Oyster Point Hotel.
The staff at Oyster Point Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Overly priced stay. Recent stay in the area and this was the only available hotel. Unfortunately we had the room above the reception/event room. Music was so loud we couldn’t sleep; vibrant from speakers shook the bed. Should not offer these room without a disclaimer if function is being held or at the very least, offer at a discount. Too tired to dress & pack up so waited it out until the party was over. Didn’t find the front desk/door men/valet overly friendly. Guess I don’t expected better from a $300 a night hotel.
We booked our sons christening party at the Oyster point hotel. We were in Ballroom A. The menu that was provided to choose from was definitely not worth what we had paid. We ordered a mozzarella Tower for an appetizer and received a tomato and a piece of mozzarella a sliver of portobello. The chicken was supposed to have a sauce which it did not and also the same with the steak..i ordered a Mississippi mud pie for my guests and what i got looked like a chocolate crust/ shell with marshmallows and ice cream..the deck was completely unsafe and they should be checked by a buildings department because their 2nd floor railing was so loose..parents were scared to let their kids by it. This hotel was a safety hazard for my guest. We will not recommend for any future events
I am absolutely shocked and appalled by the lack of professionalism displayed by the Oyster Point hotel. We had been in contact with the Catering Events Manager Katie Glass; however, due to the sloppiness displayed by the entire Oyster Point Hotel staff, we have decided to book our Bridal Shower elsewhere. Working in the event services, you would assume that the staff would be attentive, perceptive to the needs of the party, and competent. The catering event staff took days to respond and would ignore voicemails left on their phones (this was done multiple times). I was told by Ms Katie Glass that my event would be secured once they received the deposit and contract; however, no one ever forwarded me the contract nor information to secure the deposit. I was informed over a week later that the event hall I was interested in was no longer available and now only the hall which is 2x larger and requires the double amount of guests to book is available for my date. If anyone from the catering staff had called the phone number I listed as my contact, or attempted to email me as they stated they would, I could have been able to properly schedule and organize this event. We are absolutely not interested in booking any events at the Oyster Point or Molly Pitcher hotel and will be sure never to recommend you or your services to our friends and family. Brides, be aware!…
Totally disappointed in this hotel. Reservation mixup forced family to move rooms mid stay. No one willing to help and remedy the situation. Front desk staff either doesn’t care or doesn’t understand customer service. Management doesn’t answer the phone and is inaccessible in person. Several members of my family experienced the same, unfortunately. Save yourself the frustration and book a different hotel
The only good thing I have to say about this hotel is that the bed was pretty comfortable. The rooms were stark white decorated with a mix of 80s and current decor - very odd. But I can typically get past that. However I can’t remember the last time I stayed in a hotel that didn’t have blackout curtains. The blinds were simple vertical blinds that you’d find in an office so that at 6am I was wide awake. And coffee was nowhere to be found. Could not get replacement packets for in room coffee maker and coffee either just wasn’t available in the lobby or urn was empty. And no breakfast until 8am so no coffee available in restaurant. About half the staff seemed to not want to be there so service was mostly subpar. Just a really disappointing experience. 4 of my business colleagues stayed there 1-3 nights and we all had the same opinion. Will never stay there again and would not recommend it to anyone.…