This hotel some may think has a dated style , is next to a building site and has limited height and city views but this should not deter visitors at all. This is an excellent place to stay in NYC. The beds are super- comfy, the rooms are large and comfortable with more facilities than most and no external noise was heard at any time during our stay. The staff are friendly, attentive and humorous.The breakfast is a bonus and If you intend to use the subway to get around NY, this is in the ideal position too. In short you would need to be very picky to se a fault in this hotel.
Ed from E. Sussex, England
Located on Midtown New York's fashionable East Side, this stylish boutique hotel is less than 2 blocks from the renowned …More
Just arrived back from a busy week in New York for my daughters sixteenth birthday. The Strand Hotel was absolutely perfect for us. We walked everywhere from our hotel as it was so central. All major attractions were less than 15-20 minutes walk. And a 2 min walk from the Empire State Building with its fantastic views. We took in a basketball game at Madison Square Garden, A show on Broadway and a couple of fantastic tours with the Grayline Bus Company. Spent a day in Central Park and obviously done some shopping !. All in all a great experience.
hazel from New York, NY
Situated in the Midtown neighborhood of New York, this property is near Macy's, Empire State Building, and Times Square …More
We went for a girl's weekend and loved it! The hotel is close walk to Rockefeller Centre, Times Square, Central Park, and lots of shopping! The hotel is stunning. We had really nice, spacious and clean room with a view of St Patrick's Cathedral. The hotel staff was so friendly and welcoming. On my next trip to New York, I hope to stay here again.
Rhonda from Ontario
Built in 1882 by railroad baron Henry Villard and luxuriously renovated in 2013, the grand entrance of this hotel is right …More
Having enjoyed many weekend breaks in New York over the last 15 years (all booked through Expedia) my daughter and I have built up a pretty fair view of a number of Midtown hotels. It would be fair to say that we have never been disappointed. However, in virtually every category, the Kitano comes out top of our list. The location on Park Avenue really could not be bettered. The staff to a man and a woman were wonderfully courteous and helpful. The style and layout of our beautiful corner twin bedded room were perfection. And a very special word of appreciation for concierge Raita who somehow managed to track down a desperately needed dentist on a Sunday morning!
robin from East Lothian
Overlooking the Park Avenue boulevard at the corner of East 38th Street, this Japanese-owned hotel four blocks south of Grand …More
Staff were friendly and helpful. Room spotless. Although we could hear the bar noise early in the afternoon, by bedtime it was quiet. We celebrated my wife's birthday, and were given complimentary strawberries dipped in chocolate and champagne. Front of house staff are all Irish and easy to understand. We will definitely be staying here again when we have a trip into the city. Great place to stay for going to a show. Just one stop on the 'S' and you're in Times Square. Alternatively you can walk there in 10 minutes.
Paul from Blue Point NY
This Midtown East hotel, 2 blocks from Grand Central Terminal and 6 blocks from Rockefeller Center, pays tribute to …More