Kitano New York is a luxury, eighteen-story hotel in one of Manhattans oldest neighborhoods; Murray Hill. Located on Park Avenue, the Kitano New York highlights the elegance of Manhattan and Japanese graciousness. Steps away from Grand Central, the Kitano New York features 149 fully appointed guest rooms; with two restaurants and Jazz bar/lounge. Authentic Japanese cuisine is available at Hakubai restaurant on the lower level of the hotel. Guest can also enjoy an array of western cuisine at the Garden Cafe.
Kitano Hotel Rooms
SUPERIOR - ROOM
Located on floors 3 through 16, the 305 square foot Superior rooms with one king offers a comfortable setting for a sound nights sleep. These rooms in our standard category are furnished with one king bed or two full-sized beds, ergonomic work desks and full marble bathrooms with combination tub/shower. Rooms offer quiet interior views, or skyline views of Park Avenue or the Empire State Building.
SUPERIOR - ROOM
Located on floors 3 through 16, the 305 square foot Superior rooms offer comfortable setting for a sound nights sleep. These rooms in our standard category are furnished with one king bed or two full-sized beds, ergonomic work desks and full marble bathrooms with combination tub/shower. Rooms offer quiet interior views, or skyline views of Park Avenue or the Empire State Building.
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The location was great and the staff were pleasant, but they need to fix the basics before doing anything else. The heating did not work properly so we had to sleep with the windows open in winter to try and cool the room down. It made it very
hard to control the temperature and the noise was a problem with open windows. They told us about the problem when we checked in and their only solution was to open the windows. They had placed duct tape over the vents to try and help, but it didn't work. The beds were worn out and sloped toward the middle...like sleeping on a hill. Everything else was very nice. I would never stay here for full price, but if you can get %50 off or more and you are flexible travelers the location is great.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Great italian cafe called piccolo cafe about a block away.
Review of Kitano Hotel
Sep 5, 2011
Very helpfull in difficult situation
We will never forget the readines to immidiate help and support during hurricane Irene.