Celebrating 31 Women Who Shaped NYC (Part 2)
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5M ago
Happy International Women’s History Month! One of our favorite things about March is the opportunity to celebrate the women who have helped shape the city we love. A lifetime of Marches would not be enough to recognize the important historical, social, political and artistic contributions that women have made to New York City, so we’ve narrowed it down to 31 — one for each day of the month — that we think everyone should know. This is Part Two. Check out our previous post  Cover photo of The Gilded Lady by Tristan Eaton (2019) by @heelyeah2012 on Instagram, via The Nomad Alliance. Margare ..read more
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The Best Yoga Studios in Manhattan in 2024
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6M ago
Happy New Year! We had so much fun ringing in the new (and watching the ball drop from St. Cloud Rooftop) at our legendary New Year’s Eve party. We hope you and your loved ones had a wonderful holiday season and are looking forward to a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2024! For many of our guests, a great year begins with a renewed commitment to wellness in mind, body, and spirit. Of course, New York offers a million ways to unwind and reconnect to one’s inner being, but this time of year, we’re particular fans of yoga. The ancient healing technique is a winning trifecta of stimulating exercise ..read more
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Broadway is Always a Good Idea
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7M ago
Whether you’re a bona fide Broadway baby or making your first foray to the Great White Way, it’s true what they say: there is always magic in the air. Since its earliest days, The Knick has been a magnetic place for those that spark that magic and keep it alive. Legendary tenor Enrico Caruso lived here during his long tenure at The Metropolitan Opera (at the time, it was at 1411 Broadway, just a block away); and “father of the American musical comedy,” composer of Give My Regards to Broadway, and “man who owned Broadway,” George M. Cohan, was also a longtime resident. Today, we are the home aw ..read more
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Six Things To Do On New Year’s Day in New York City
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8M ago
New York City is an exhilarating place to spend New Year’s Eve (especially if you’re high above Times Square at The Knick’s epic New Year’s Eve party!). But it’s also an inspiring place to kick off the new year. Whether you choose to surround yourself with art, immerse yourself in nature, or treat yourself to indulgences, just being in NYC on January 1st offers endless —and, in many cases, less crowded than normal — possibilities for auspicious new beginnings. Here are a few of the tried-and-true ways our guests are planning to ring in 2024. Get an Invigorating Start New York’s beautiful park ..read more
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7 NYC Holiday Traditions You Don’t Want to Miss
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8M ago
New York during the holiday season has a magic entirely of its own. From long-standing spectacles like the New York City Ballet performing The Nutcracker at Lincoln Center, and The Christmas Spectacular starring The Radio City Rockettes; to annual pilgrimages to favorite trees around town — like the Norway spruce at Rockefeller Center and the elaborately decorated Neopolitan tree and Baroque crèche at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; to more personalized experiences like dim sum in Chinatown on Christmas Day, there is no end to the holiday traditions you can make your own.   Here are a few ..read more
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7 NYC Holiday Traditions You Don’t Want to Miss
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8M ago
New York during the holiday season has a magic entirely of its own. From long-standing spectacles like the New York City Ballet performing The Nutcracker at Lincoln Center, and The Christmas Spectacular starring The Radio City Rockettes; to annual pilgrimages to favorite trees around town — like the Norway spruce at Rockefeller Center and the elaborately decorated Neopolitan tree and Baroque crèche at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; to more personalized experiences like dim sum in Chinatown on Christmas Day, there is no end to the holiday traditions you can make your own.   Here are a few ..read more
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The Knick’s Guide to Holiday Shopping in NYC
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8M ago
There is no better place to check everyone off your holiday gift shopping list than New York City. From the high-end gifts that are some girls’ best friends (Tiffany! Cartier! Talk to me Harry Winston, tell me all about it!) to silly little stocking stuffers you can’t get anywhere else, the holiday markets, neighborhoods, department stores, and mom-and-pop shops of NYC have stocked up and are ready to make merry.   Here are a few of the unique and festive holiday shopping experiences that our guests love most: Holiday Markets  One of our favorite festive ways to kick off the holiday ..read more
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The Best Places to Watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
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9M ago
The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has been a beloved way to kick of the holiday (and holiday shopping) season in New York City since its début in 1924. In its earliest years, the parade was made up of Macy’s employees dressed in vibrant costumes and animals borrowed from the Central Park Zoo, marching from 145th Street down to the store to unveil the Christmas windows. While the tradition of employees and their friends and families volunteering to orchestrate and staff the proceedings continues to this day, by 1927, the live animals were replaced by larger-than-life animal balloons.  &nb ..read more
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NYC’s Best New Year’s Eve Party
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10M ago
There’s no better place to count down to 2024 than in the heart of New York City — and at The Knick, we’ve got the best seats in the house. At just 150 feet below the ball drop, our St. Cloud Rooftop offers the world’s closest views of the action — and the finest food, drink, music, dancing and entertainment to bid a fond farewell to 2023 and start ’24 off right. Tickets for our exclusive New Year’s Eve celebration are extremely limited. Here’s everything you need to know to reserve your spot to welcome the New Year in style. Silver Party Access After dancing the night away to the music of th ..read more
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How to Have the Perfect NYC Babymoon
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10M ago
Whether you’re planning a relaxing weekend with your partner or a pre-parenthood getaway with friends, The Knickerbocker Hotel is one of the best places in the world to enjoy a babymoon. Our accommodations, amenities and staff are wholly devoted to your comfort and enjoyment. And, since we’re in the heart of New York City, you can easily get from place to place, with plenty of time built in to recharge back at The Knick. In honor of our guests who are parents-to-be, we’ve put together our idea of the perfect NYC babymoon itinerary. Feel free to pick and choose your favorites, add in whatever y ..read more
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