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Welcome to Doubletree Metropolitan Hotel

Doubletree Metropolitan Hotel Unveiled in 1961 in front of a crowd that included Judy Garland and Noel Coward, then called The Summit - the hotel was the talk of the town for its ideal midtown location and mid-century modern look. Designed by famed architect Morris Lapidus, the building's curving facade coated in sea foam-colored brick was an extreme contrast to the somber hues and straight lines of the surrounding skyscrapers. During the next two decades, the bright colors were traded in for muted tones and the name was changed. But one thing remained the same: The hotel's popularity with people seeking a prime Manhattan location as a base for their city travels. Today, the original midcentury modernist glory of the hotel has been restored and refined with 21st century amenities. Stay at the Doubletree Metropolitan and retrace the steps of Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe as you approach the hotel. The famous skirt-flying scene from the movie Seven Year Itch was filmed outside.

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