Ring in 2017 Above NYC at The Knickerbocker Times Square

Photo by The Knickerbocker Hotel

Ring in the New Year in New York City this year without the hassle of the Times Square crowds – welcome 2017 at The Knickerbocker hotel’s St. Cloud Rooftop Experience. The package includes a two-night minimum stay and two tickets to the hotel’s iconic New Year’s Eve party in Manhattan.

The cocktail-attire event offers views from just 150 feet away from the famed Waterford Crystal New Year’s Eve Ball. The party starts at 8:00 p.m. and continues well after midnight, until around 2:00 a.m. The event also has live entertainment from DJ Sam French and an accompanying instrumentalist. A full, premium open bar and passed dinner and Hors’ d’oeuvres created by celebrity chef Charlie Palmer will be available prior to a champagne toast at midnight.

For those looking for an all-out luxury event, book one of the Knickerbocker Sky Pods. The Pods create a private, yet still-in-the-action VIP experience for groups of 12 to 20 guests smack in the center of the holiday party, offering a corner view directly over Times Square.

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Through a recent partnership with NOMI Beauty, guests can have their own glam team meet them in their room to get them ready for the evening. The on-demand beauty service provides luxury in-room hair and make-up services. Guests are encouraged to book their own glam squad experience using the hotel’s app, website or concierge.

Club Macanudo cigar packages are also available on New Year’s Eve at The Knickerbocker. Contact [email protected] to book your group’s New Year’s Eve experience.

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