Edging the bright lights of Broadway and the calm of Bryant Park, The Knickerbocker is a legendary New York landmark reborn as the first luxury hotel in Times Square.
The Knick is a haven of refined elegance, created by John Jacob Astor in 1906 and now reimagined into a sophisticated urban sanctuary mere blocks from Fifth Avenue, MoMA, Rockefeller Center, and Central Park. Italian tenor Enrico Caruso and American playwright George M. Cohan made their homes here, while Rockefeller and Fitzgerald gathered over martinis in what was once known as the 42nd Street Country Club.
The dazzling culinary experience at The Knick is led by Master Chef Charlie Palmer. Guided by a passion for market-driven ingredients and vibrant, unexpected flavors, Palmer further heightens his critically acclaimed American cooking to create unrivaled dining options at this luxury hotel in New York City. Contemporary yet classic, and always served up with a twist, The Knickerbocker Hotel is bringing New York’s glitterati back to Times Square.