June 13, 2017 -- HANYC president and CEO Vijay Dandapani and Vice President Niki Franzitta Meet with New York State Senator Jesse Hamilton in his Albany office on the issue of Human Trafficking in hotels.
The Kitano's history dates to the 19th century when the building was owned by the Rockefellers and known as the Murray Hill Hotel. In 1973, the property was purchased by the Kitano Group and opened as the Kitano Hotel, the first Japanese owned hotel in New York City.
May 30, 2017 by Vijay Dandapani Trump laptop ban threatens New York City's tourism industry Airlines cut flights when a limited prohibition began. A broader ban has been halted but remains "on the table" The Trump [...]
An Art Deco landmark, just steps from Broadway, Penn Station and the High Line -- One of New York’s most renowned hotels—a midtown icon, famous citywide for the red block lettering on its façade. Our Midtown West location puts you in the heart of Manhattan, steps from Penn Station, Times Square, the Javits Center, and innumerable attractions.
NEW YORK, NY (May 30, 2017) – Celebrate the longest day of the year at this Parisian-style street festival on the Upper East Side. On June 21st, Perrine, along with Whispering Angel rosé by Chateau D'Esclans, brings its flavors outdoors to 61st Street, with a festive selection of street food inspired by Paris’ La Marais district.