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Discover New York City

Take a sensational trip to New York City and stay at a historic hotel while exploring the Big Apple. See the Empire State Building that was built in 1931; the Apollo Theater, a Harlem institution; the Brooklyn Bridge, which was the longest suspension bridge in the world when it opened in 1883; the Art Deco Chrysler Building; The Cloisters, a museum specializing in European medieval architecture, sculpture, and decorative arts, with a focus on the Romanesque and Gothic periods; and Ellis Island, where 12 million immigrants passed through between 1892 and 1954 in search of a better life.

Select from nine historic hotels in New York City, including AKA Times Square (1893), Radisson Martinique on Broadway (1898), The Redbury New York (1903), AKA Wall Street (1907), The Plaza (1907, pictured), Omni Berkshire Place, New York City (1926), The Renwick Hotel New York City, Curio Collection by Hilton (1928), AKA Sutton Place (1929), and JW Marriott Essex House New York (1931).

Choose from over 50 romantic packages, special offers, and terrific deals to explore New York City.

Experience Omni Historic Hotels and Resorts

Book a View with a Room and experience timeless luxury at an Omni Historic Hotel and Resort. With locations across the country, including New York City, Boston, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, New Orleans, Bretton Woods, Asheville and Hot Springs, make your next getaway memorable. Omni Historic Hotels and Resorts are dedicated to providing an exceptional guest experience with luxury accommodations, signature restaurants, and plentiful amenities for a delightful stay.

Choose from 15 Omni Historic Hotels and Resorts, including The Omni Homestead Resort (1766, pictured), Omni Bedford Springs Resort & Spa (1806), Omni Royal Orleans, New Orleans (1843), Omni La Mansion del Rio, San Antonio (1852), Omni Parker House, Boston (1855), Omni Bretton Arms Inn, Bretton Woods (1896), Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods (1902), The Omni King Edward Hotel (1903), The Omni Grove Park Inn (1913), Omni Severin Hotel, Indianapolis (1913), Omni William Penn Hotel, Pittsburgh (1916), Omni Berkshire Place, New York City (1926), Omni San Francisco Hotel (1926), Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington DC (1930), Omni La Costa Resort & Spa (1965).

Explore Missouri

Discover and explore the rich culture and heritage sites of St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri. In St. Louis, see the Appalachian pioneer Daniel Boone's Home and Boonesfield Village, the 19th century Greek Revival Old Courthouse, the National Historic Landmark and post-Civil War home of Scott Joplin and his wife Belle Hayden, the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site, the Lewis & Clark Boat House and Nature Center, and the Campbell House Museum that was built in 1851. Stay at one of our historic hotels: Hilton St. Louis Downtown at the Arch (1888) or St. Louis Union Station Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton (1894, pictured).

Those visiting Kansas City should see Union Station, the Cave Spring that was originally part of the Santa Fe Trail, the Truman Farm Home dating back to the 1890s, Clark's Point - where Lewis and Clark stopped on September 15, 1806, Harry S. Truman Home and learn about the 33rd president's life and career, and shop and eat at the Westport Historic District. Stay at a historic hotel, including Hilton President Kansas City (1926), The Raphael Hotel (1928), and Hotel Phillips Kansas City, Curio Collection by Hilton (1931).

Book from more than 30 special packages, experiences, and offers for your next vacation in the Show-Me State.

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