No other luxury hotels in New York have such a central location as The Knickerbocker Hotel. Situated in the heart of Times Square, NYC’s most iconic attraction, it places guests within reach of everything New York City has to offer. Broadway Shows, Rockefeller Center and Bryant Park are just a short walk away, while twelve subway lines connect Times Square to destinations further afield (Central Park, the best shopping on Fifth Avenue, and Union Square are all two stops away). The Knickerbocker is also at the center of Midtown’s business district, so guests can arrive at work meetings on time without worrying about transportation.
Built in 1906, The Knickerbocker has a rich history as one of the most luxurious hotels in NYC. The likes of F. Scott Fitzgerald hobnobbed with opera stars, journalists and politicians, and it was here that John D. Rockefeller ordered the first-ever Martini. Today, that legendary history lives on in the Knickerbocker’s style, which embraces the past while looking towards future. Design firm Gabellini Sheppard Associates curated the entire look with muted tones, sleek wood furnishings and silver accents.
Of all the luxury hotels in NYC, only The Knickerbocker can give guests such high level of service. Onsite cuisine by renowned chef Charlie Palmer, direct access to celebrity stylist Ted Gibson’s salon and fitness from Larry Johnson ensure all guests leave New York City with memories that can last a lifetime.