Knickerbocker Hotel NYC is a luxurious lifestyle hotel built in 1904 and renovated in May 2015.
Located in Times Square, Knickerbocker Hotel NYC is enviably close to Fifth Avenue, Central Park and MoMA. The hotel was originally built by John Jacob Astor IV in 1906 and was designated an NYC Landmark in 1988. Following its recent overhaul, the Knickerbocker Hotel has been transformed into a luxurious urban sanctuary. However, the Beaux-Arts architecture of the building and its reception area still speaks of the refined elegance of the original hotel. The gym at the Knickerbocker Hotel NYC is well-equipped and offers personalized workout instructions and classes.
The guestrooms at Knickerbocker Hotel NYC are sleek and modern, featuring 12-foot high ceilings, rich fabrics and oak finishes. The Euro-top Stearns & Foster beds are piled with luxurious Ploh feather pillows and SFERRA linens which add to the sublime ambience, and the temperature and lighting of the rooms are fully automated and controlled with a Tablet. The opulent bathrooms offer delightful indulgences including a rain shower, marble sink, Ted Gibson bath products, PeshTerry robes and Turkish Towel linens.
Charlie Palmer at The Knick is the signature restaurant of the Knickerbocker Hotel, serving classic American cuisine within a contemporary setting. The menu, designed by Chef Palmer, features locally sourced ingredients and seasonal dishes. The hotel’s coffee shop, Jake’s, serves custom coffees by the Brooklyn Roasting Company beneath a vaulted barrel ceiling. St. Cloud is a rooftop bar boasting living greenery walls, Sky Pods and an open air lounge. The bar offers craft beers, cocktails and upscale small plates.
Times Square is one of the world's most well-known commercial intersections, a bright and exhilarating neighborhood that is always buzzing with action. The area is known for its bright billboards, megastores, theaters and dining. Times Square provides visitors easy access to legendary theaters like the Radio City Music Hall, New Amsterdam and the Lyceum. Dining is a sensory experience in itself at Times Square with restaurants like Bubba Gump Shrimp, ESPN Zone and Ellen's Stardust Diner. Megastores like Toys R Us, Hershey's and M&M World and attractions like Madame Tussaud's and Planet Hollywood provide visitors plenty of options to explore and experience.