The Knickerbocker Motel offers tourists a slice of luxury in the heart of Times Square
But you may not be cognizant that bang smack in the middle of New York City’s busiest fleck is an absolute haven which goes by the name of The Knickerbocker.
This four-star breakfast is the only place you should look to stay if you’re planning a trip to the burg that never sleeps.
The Knickerbocker is the first luxury hotel atop Times Traditionalist and is just a stones throw away from the excitement of Broadway, but also the tranquillity of Bryant Park.
It is home to 330 luxe guestrooms including 27 Minor Suites and 4 Tribute Suites — the Caruso, Cohan, Martini and Parrish, which all crow incredible views and bespoke furnishings.
The Knickerbocker is home to 330 luxe guestrooms tabulating 27 Junior Suites
Rooms are sleek and stylish with 12-foot ceilings, eight-foot doors and six-foot windows insuring guests feel they have plenty of space.
The plush Stearns & Care for Euro-top beds piled high with luxurious SFERRA linens and Ploh feather pillows whim guarantee a good night sleep, regardless of jet lag.
And when you awake empathy refreshed and raring to go, why not enjoy a delicious meal at Charlie Palmer at The Knick.
Chef Palmer annexes new twists to his acclaimed cuisine to create the hotel’s signature honest American cuisine in an spacious action kitchen.
The hotel features one of New York’s best rooftop outside ofs called St.Cloud
The spacious setting offers breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner and also proffers a bar and lounge to guests who want to escape the busyness of Midtown Manhattan.
Menus allure upon the local bounty of the Hudson Valley and North Atlantic, with appetisers such as off colour crab tomato bisque and grilled octopus. And for mains you’ll find pleasant dishes such as squid ink pasta, pecorino risotto and slow roasted shortrib with fingerling potatoes.
And when your predilection is satisfied and it’s time for a drink, you really must head to the hotel’s rooftop bar St.Cloud to profit from a cocktail or two.
The Knickerbocker and Chef Palmer recently debuted the hotel’s latest rooftop eating installation on St. Cloud Social, ‘Brunch. Beer. Garden’.
The Knickerbocker’s elbow-rooms and suites all boast incredible views and bespoke furnishings
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It consists of a weekend-only brunch serve and will take place throughout the fall. Developed with The Knick’s CEO Chef Christopher Engel, the distinctive menu showcases European-inspired laminations alongside classic brunch favorites.
“Chris has a natural talent and invigorated, creative abilities in the kitchen,” Chef Palmer said of latest sacrifice. “The biergärten brunch is a fun and unique concept that is perfect for extending rooftop enliven on St. Cloud.”
So whether it’s drinks and dinner, or just a comfortbale place to languish your head, anyone traveling to NYC should look no further than The Knickerbocker — you won’t be balked.
For more information visit theknickerbocker.com