New York legendary landmark reborn in 2015, The Knickerbocker is a haven of refined elegance; a treasured monument among all Manhattan hotels created by John Jacob Astor IV in 1906, now reimagined into a sophisticated urban sanctuary.
In the heart of New York City, edging the bright lights of Broadway and the calm of Bryant Park, a legendary New York City landmark is reborn as the first luxury hotel in Times Square. Mere blocks from some of the world's most revered cultural diversions - Broadway, The Metropolitan Opera, MoMa, and an easy walk to Fifth Avenue and Central Park. The car ride from JFK international airport is about an hour.
The Knickerbocker’s 330 guestrooms, including 27 Junior Suites and 4 Tribute Suites—the Caruso, Cohan, Martini and Parrish—offer the perfect respite from the high-octane energy of a vibrant city. All accommodations boast a sleek and contemporary style, with customized floorplans, soaring 12-foot ceilings, 8-foot doors and 6-foot windows creating an indulgent sense of space. Bespoke furnishings, oak wood finishes, richly textured fabrics and intelligent lighting add to the sublime ambiance, while plush Stearns & Foster® Euro-top beds piled high with luxurious SFERRA® linens and Ploh® feather pillows invite blissful moments of calm and reprieve.
Chef Charlie Palmer adds unique twists to his critically acclaimed Progressive American cooking to create unrivaled dining options exclusively for the Knickerbocker. With its three plush corner Sky Pods overlooking Times Square, stylish indoor and outdoor seating options, the exclusive Waterford Crystal Lounge, the open-air Nat Sherman Cigar Lounge, an ultra-luxe private room, and lush living walls of greenery, St. Cloud is among the most magnificent of all rooftop bars found in a NYC hotel. It is the pinnacle of The Knickerbocker experience, offering a progressive cocktail menu, craft bottle beers and an upscale, seasonally focused small plates menu. A cultured coffee shop and artisanal café by day, Jake's @ The Knick transitions seamlessly into a pre-theater wine bar serving cheese plates and charcuterie by night.
All year round
According to urban myth, the Knickerbocker Hotel was the place where martini was invented, maybe you should try one at the bar.
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