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.
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.
Located on Spring Street in the fashionable SoHo (South of Houston) neighborhood and in close proximity to the posh enclaves of TriBeCa and the West Village, Trump SoHo is just steps from Manhattan’s world-class galleries, restaurants, boutiques, and nightlife. Boasting unrivaled views of the city’s spectacular skyline, Hudson River, Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower, and Empire State Building.
Just steps away Central Park, Fifth Avenue shopping, world-class restaurants and award-winning theater, The St. Regis New York is ideally located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The St. Regis New York was originally founded by John Jacob Astor IV in 1904 and was the tallest hotel in Manhattan at that time.
Centrally located in NYC’s vibrant NoMad neighborhood. Located in the original building that once housed the iconic LIFE Magazine, where celebrated writers and artists worked, resided, and played, the hotel echoes the original dual-use of this iconic property. Opening in late Spring 2017, full service Life Restaurant, by Chef Michael Vignola and veteran restaurateur Stephen Hanson, will offer breakfast, lunch and dinner in addition to a full bar.