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 a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Guests of Oyster Point Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a fitness center and a lounge, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a seafood restaurant, consider a visit to Via45, 26 West on the Navesink, or Boondocks Fishery, 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.
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.…
We enjoyed our stay at the Oyster Point Hotel very much! Definitely upgrade to the river view rooms--gorgeous! The room is quite larger than we expected with plenty of room, nice bed and amenities, good internet. Check in was civid-safe, easy and friendly. Parking is excellent. The location is perfect and a short walk to the center of town with plenty of shops and oodles of restaurant options.
Location was convenient as it is walking distance to all the main attractions, bars, and restaurants in town. The view is scenic as the property is on the water. Hotel room was as expected, decent sized room with a reasonable sized bathroom. Although the bathroom had ample lighting the rest of the room did not. Other than that there was ample room for our luggage and we did not feel cramped at all. Overall I would recommend this hotel to anyone who wants to stay in Red Bank.
I lived in Monmouth County for the first 24 years of my life. And in Red Bank for the last two of those years. I was familiar with Oyster Point, and I had driven past it like a million times. I’d stayed at its sister hotel, Molly Pitcher, before, so when many trips and events were canceled due to COVID, I treated my husband to an overnight to Red Bank at Oyster Point. The COVID protocols were solid. Temp checks at the door. “Sneeze guards” were up at the front desk. Disinfecting Protocols were listed out. I got a riverside view room, which was nice around sunset. However the room faces East, and well, you get a nice wake up call from the sun (Blinds were not, in fact, room darkening). If you’re okay with waking up that way, go for it. But it would make my decision easier to not stay on the river side. The hotel itself could use an update. It looks more modern, especially compared to its sister hotel, but the rooms need more outlets (hello, first world problems, but could barely find an outlet to charge our phones!). The showers left a lot to be desired. Water pressure wasn’t great. The toiletries were nice though! There is a mini fridge to store your snacks or drinks. And if you're a Mets fan...don't expect to watch your games here! Only YES Network available, not SNY. Had to stream on our phones, and the WiFi here is...not so "great." I could not find a room service menu, which was annoying because I really wanted to be waited on haha. I know I could’ve called the front desk, but we were only there one night, and we just got some jersey bagels instead. If you decide to stay in Red Bank, I’d suggest staying closer to the main roads (for us NYC walkers, it gets VERY dark in this area, virtually no lighting), and Molly Pitcher would be more desirable in that case. …
We stayed here for two days to attend an outdoor wedding in Seabright. I have mixed reviews because the hotel lacked attention to detail. During this time of covid, I felt perfectly safe here. They check your temp every time you enter the lobby and there is hand sanitizer at on all floors. I just felt the hotel lacked the amenities needed. Here is the the good - great friendly staff, view from King River View room beautiful, extremely comfortable bed, large room, good food, outdoor dining and space below hotel for outdoor hanging, window in the room opened for fresh air. What it lacked was the following: the only vending machine out of water, diet coke all weekend (no place to walk to get any water), shades were perforated and broken so light came in at the crack of dawn. Water in shower kept changing temperature depending upon who else in the hotel was using water. No reciprocity with Molly Pitcher Hotel to use their pool even though the card key to enter your room has both names on it. Would I go back, I would likely stay at the Molly Pitcher since we would be able to use the pool and much more outside area.…