The Metro Court
Metro Court
The exterior of The Metro Court
General Hospital
Genre Soap opera
Type Hotel
Nickname(s) The Metro
Notable locations The Metro Court Restaurant
Crimson Magazine
Aurora Media
The Invader
Notable people Carly Corinthos
Olivia Falconeri
(current co-owners)
Address 1420 Quartz Lane
Port Charles, New York

The Metro Court is one of the local hotels in the city of Port Charles. It is owned by Carly Corinthos, and Olivia Falconeri, the former operations manager. Olivia inherited the hotel from her late cousin Connie Falconeri.

It has several sister hotels, including the Bella Maison in Montreal, owned by Carly. It also has sister hotels in Paris, other parts of Europe, and in Hawaii. It is a rival hotel of the Cosmopolitan.


The Hotel is built after the previous Port Charles Hotel, burns down in February 2004. Jasper Jacks buys out the place, and renames it Metro Court, in honor of his fiancée at the time, Courtney Matthews.

In March 2005, Sonny Corinthos orders a hit on the Sandoval mob organization; most of whom were staying at Metro Court. A shootout occurs at the restaurant with Jax, Courtney and Rachel Adair caught in the crossfire. Rachel was shot while Jax and Courtney managed to walk away unharmed.

After Courtney's death in February 2006, Carly Corinthos becomes Jax's partner in Metro Court.

In May 2006, another shooting occurred when Manny Ruiz attempted to shoot Jason Morgan on the terrace. Manny, accidentally hit Samantha McCall instead.


Metro Court seen in Port Charles Skyline.

In February 2007, the hotel lobby falls victim to a hostage crisis, led by Jax's brother; Jerry Jacks, under the alias "James Craig". Jerry torments the hostages with a series of deadly games, which leads to the death of Alan Quartermaine. Robin Scorpio is shot in the stomach and is operated on by Emily Quartermaine and Carly Jacks. Max Giambetti is shot in the shoulder, and Father Mateo Ruiz is shot for killing one of the mercenaries. The hotel lobby explodes as a result of the takeover and is eventually rebuilt.

In November 2009, after Sonny Corinthos discovered Claudia Zacchara was the one who hired Ian Devlin to kill him, he planned to kill her himself. He throws a lavish birthday party for Claudia at the Metro Court Restaurant, where he announced the bullet meant for him left his son Michael Corinthos in a coma for a year. Fearing her life was in danger, Claudia takes a pregnant Carly Jacks hostage at gunpoint to escape. Claudia was later tracked down and murdered by Michael.

In February 2012, after Jax leaves town, Connie Falconeri informs Carly that he has given her his share of the hotel, which infuriates Carly. Later that year Todd Manning bought out Connie Falconeri's shares and Metro Court became home to Manning Enterprises. Todd also ran a tabloid called The Sun which temporarily employed Heather Webber as a gossip columnist. When Todd left town in 2013, Manning Enterprises was discontinued and Connie re-acquired her rights to Metro Court.

The hotel is now also the location for the Nurses' Ball, which returned after twelve years of absence, in 2013.

In June of 2013, Olivia Falconeri is shot on the terrace by Ava Jerome, who was attempting to murder Franco Baldwin. Just a few months later, Connie Falconeri is murdered in her office by Ava, who's initials were left written in blood.

After Connie's death, Olivia Falconeri inherited her cousin's rights to Metro Court and quickly evicts mob boss and editor of Crimson, Julian Jerome. Less than a month later Sonny Corinthos leases the office for his mob and coffee business.

In December 2014, the Metro Court Restaurant was renovated with new paint and furniture. Olivia later stated the details were finalized by Carly. On New Year’s Eve, Carly gives an amnesic Drew Cain a temporary job as a bartender.

Directly after the 2015 Nurses ball, Olivia goes into labor at the hotel, forcing Patrick Drake and Sam McCall to deliver her and Julian Jerome's son, Leo.

In December 2015, Kiki Jerome became a waitress at the Metro Court Restaurant. In September 2016, Nelle Hayes was hired as Carly's personal assistant, however Carly quickly fired Nelle when her true motives were revealed.

In January 2017, Nathan West and Maxie Jones hold their wedding at the Metro Court Restaurant. In July of that year, the Metro Court was also host to the wedding of Ned and Olivia Quartermaine.

In October 2017, Jason Morgan returns to Port Charles after being held hostage for 5 years. Simultaneously, Drew Cain (who was believed to be Jason Morgan) and Sam Morgan hold their launch party for Aurora Media at the Metro Court Restaurant. During the party, three of Jason’s captors manage to infiltrate the hotel, two of which pose as staff members. When their cover is blown, two of the captors attempt to take the restaurant hostage and Elizabeth Webber is wounded in the process. The men were later taken down and subdued by Drew, Sonny Corinthos and Dante Falconeri. While Drew took Elizabeth to the hospital, Jason managed to get to the roof of Metro Court just in time to see Sam being drugged and kidnapped by the third captor. Moving quickly into action Jason jumped through the sky roof and revealed himself in an attempt to save her.

In February 2018, when Lulu Spencer-Falconeri wrote an article in the Port Charles Press which revealed Nathan West was the son of Cesar Faison, Faison returned to Port Charles. After kidnapping Lulu and Liesl Obrecht, Faison goes to confront his second son Peter August at Metro Court, where he holds both Peter and Maxie Jones at gunpoint. He then shot Peter when he tried to stop him, but he was uninjured due to a bulletproof vest. When Nathan (not wearing any protection) arrived to mount a rescue attempt, Faison shot him in the chest and attempted to escape by taking Carly Corinthos hostage. However, Faison was thwarted by Jason Morgan, who shot him before he could leave the hotel. Both Nathan and Faison later died at General Hospital.

In December 2018, a documentary filmmaker named Peyton Mills began working on a project about the Ryan Chamberlain murders of 25 years ago. However, Mills gets a little too close to the truth that Ryan may not have perished in that fire all those years ago causing Ryan to silent him forever, dumping Mills's body at the New Year’s Eve party at the Metro Court Restaurant.

In January 2019, after Lulu Spencer-Falconeri discovered Ryan Chamberlain was indeed alive, Ryan stabs her in the office at the Invader. A small struggle ensued and while Ryan was temporary blinded due to a virus, Lulu was able to seek rescue and escape.


The office of the fashion magazine Crimson is housed within the Metro Court. Crimson was run by Connie Falconeri and later Julian Jerome. In 2015, not long after Julian leaves the mob he returns to Metro Court starting a new company called Derek Wells Media. He also hires Nina Reeves as Crimson’s new editor with Maxie Jones returning to job of assistant.

The office of Sonny Corinthos' company, Corinthos Coffee, was formerly housed at the Metro Court from 2014 to 2016.

In 2017, Julian sells Derek Wells Media to his daughter, Sam Morgan and Drew Cain, who rename it Aurora Media. Following Sam and Drew's divorce Sam decided to step down and Drew later sold 50 percent of Aurora Media to Jax.

In August 2018, Peter August purchases The Invader, a 'multi-news aggregator, which is housed in Metro Court as well. He also immediately hires Lulu Spencer-Falconeri as his star reporter.


The hotel has many floors, and includes a restaurant and both an indoor and outdoor bar. Parties are often held at the restaurant. It also has an indoor swimming pool, a spa, solarium, and ballroom.


  • Original owner Jasper Jacks unveils the Metro Court logo. (2004)
  • The Metro Court Lobby is taken hostage. (2007)
  • The Metro Court Restaurant. (2007)
  • The Metro Court Bar. (2013)
  • The Nurses' Ball, which is held in Metro Court's Ball Room.
  • Co-owners Carly Jacks and Olivia Falconeri.
  • Corinthos Coffee formerly housed within the Metro Court.
  • The renovated Metro Court Bar and Entrance. (2014)
  • The renovated Metro Court Restaurant. (2014)
  • Crimson Magazine within Metro Court.
  • Derek Wells Media (DWM) formerly within the Metro Court. (2015)
  • Aurora Media within the Metro Court. (2017)
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