Filled with fabled legends, The Knickerbocker Hotel (or as it is lovingly known, “The Knick”) once played host to legendary political bigwigs, actresses, oil tycoons, and sports figures – and it is rumored the martini was invented here in the hotel.
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While historic details like the hotel’s gorgeous Beaux-Arts facade remain unchanged, a soothing new luxury aesthetic is offered within.
The stunning transformation of this treasured Manhattan monument invites discerning travelers to discover 330 luxe guestrooms and suites boasting incredible views and bespoke furnishings. All of the 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. Oak wood finishes, richly textured fabrics, and intelligent lighting add to the sublime ambiance, while plush beds piled high with luxurious linens and feather pillows invite blissful moments of calm and reprieve.
Guided by a passion for market-driven ingredients and vibrant, unexpected flavors, Master Chef Charlie Palmer adds unique twists to his critically acclaimed American cooking to create unrivaled dining options here at this luxury hotel in New York City. From the artisanal cafe fare at the lobby-level Jake’s Cafe to the hotel’s signature American cuisine served at Charlie Palmer at The Knick to the perfectly balanced lounge menu and handcrafted cocktails on offer at the magnificent St. Cloud rooftop bar, both visitors and locals discover the legendary hospitality that made The Knickerbocker one of the most iconic Manhattan hotels.