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The Knickerbocker
The Knickerbocker

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A Beaux-Arts building opened in 1906 by John Jacob Astor IV—designated an official City landmark and included in the National Register of Historic Places—the Knickerbocker Hotel has welcomed dignitaries including Enrico Caruso, and it is rumored to have been the birthplace of the martini. A recent renovation has reimagined this upscale destination for a contemporary era of luxury. Hotel features include 330 guestrooms and suites, a comprehensive fitness studio, event space for up to 250 guests, signature restaurant Charlie Palmer at The Knick and St. Cloud, a 7,500-square-foot rooftop bar and terrace overlooking Times Square.

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  • Braille: Yes
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  • TTY (hotels only): Yes
  • Volume Control Telephone (hotels only): Yes
  • Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
  • # ADA Dedicated Rooms: 15
  • # Number of Suites: 31
  • # Rooms plus Suites: 330
  • # Sleeping Rooms: 299
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  • Re-Opening Status: Open - Fully
  • Description The Knickerbocker, a member of Leading Hotels of the World, reopened its doors in February 2015 as the only Five-Star hotel in Times Square, after completing an expansive $250 million renovation by acclaimed interior designers Gabellini Sheppard. The Beaux Arts monument to New York’s coming of age is situated at the southeast corner of 42nd Street between Broadway and Bryant Park. The hotel originally opened in 1906 by John Jacob Astor IV and welcomed both glitterati and dignitaries including such notables as Enrico Caruso, John D Rockefeller and F. Scott Fitzgerald. A New York City landmark, The Knickerbocker boasts 330 guest rooms including 31 suites; a signature restaurant and bar, Charlie Palmer at The Knick; St. Cloud—a 7,800-square-foot rooftop bar with a cigar lounge; a 2,200-square-foot event space for up to 160 guests; a ground level café, Jake’s; and a state-of-the art fitness center
  • Largest Room 2200
  • Total Sq. Ft. 2200
  • Reception Capacity 160
  • Theatre Capacity 150
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  • Catering - In House
  • # of Private Rooms 1
  • Banquet Capacity 100
  • Number of Rooms 3
  • Suites 31
  • Classroom Capacity 60
  • Sleeping Rooms 330
Event Space
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 2200
  • Width: 54
  • Length: 41
  • Height: 9