An infusion of cool, eclectic style pays tribute to a variety of eras at this Jersey Shore hotel.
For decades, Asbury Park has earned its reputation as a hotbed of rock-and-roll, turning out Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, the Ramones and numerous other artists who have all put their own spin on the Jersey Shore sound. Farther back (as far back as the Victorian era, in fact), it served as a popular seaside resort with a boardwalk and carousel. Embracing the variety of the area's past, The Asbury Hotel offers a distinctive experience. It all starts in the lobby, where the front desk serves multiple duties as reception, a grab-and-go kitchen (for coffee and such) and a retail store.
Moving on, guests will find the laid-back Soundbooth lobby bar and a rec room-style lounge furnished with pinball machines, board games and ping-pong tables. In addition, the candlelit Salvation rooftop terrace serves up drinks with a view, and the Baronet rooftop garden provides live performance space and outdoor movie screenings. As for the hotel's food scene, Beergarden specializes in food truck cuisine and craft brews. In the 110 comfortable guest rooms, which come in a variety of sizes and configurations including suites, family rooms and bunks, guests will find custom mattresses, luxury linens and vintage movie, music and beach prints on the walls. The hotel has nearly 5,000 square feet of dedicated space for meetings and events.