An urban sanctuary located in the heart of Times Square – the first luxury hotel in the area – The Knickerbocker is the ideal place on a holiday to New York to experience the electrifying thrills of the Big Apple. View the bright lights of Broadway as you sip on a cocktail at St. Cloud Rooftop bar, dine on culinary excellence at Ceviche and relax in style in your plush and sound-proofed accommodation. There’s an attention to detail in more ways than one, from the bellhops in knickerbockers and Doc Martens to the specially curated gym workout plan at the 24-hour fitness centre by New York Knicks basketball legend Larry Johnson. The city-centre hotel blends in seamlessly with the New York holiday glamour and all 330 rooms provide luxury comforts including Egyptian cotton sheets and flat screen televisions – not to mention incomparable views of New York’s impressive skyline from the expansive windows.
The Location at The Knickerbocker
It doesn’t get any more central than The Knickerbocker’s location. Directly in the heart of Times Square, the entire city of New York is completely at your disposal; Broadway, Bryant Park, Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Centre… the list really does go on and on. The Knickerbocker is the ideal base for those who want to explore the city to the fullest and be close by to the heart of the Manhattan action on a New York holiday. The hotel is also directly opposite to One Times Square, making The Knickerbocker the perfect place to watch the ball drop from the St. Cloud rooftop bar on New Year’s Eve.
The Rooftop Bar at The Knickerbocker
Whether it be New York bathed in the natural sunlight or the city skyline illuminating brightly as night falls, the views from The Knickerbocker’s St. Cloud rooftop bar are nothing short of spectacular. Offering a progressive cocktail menu (The Knickerbocker is said to be the birthplace of the martini), craft bottled beers and an upscale New York-esque selection of small plates, every guest who visits is promised a truly unforgettable time. The eclectic entertainment at the rooftop ranges from relaxing music over the speakers to set the tone on quieter evenings to cirque-like fun for sky-high thrills.
Please note: This hotel charges a resort fee of $46 per room, per night, payable locally.