• Caruso Suite

Caruso Suite

1200 Sq/Ft
King Bed
3 People

Grand in every way.

Italian tenor Enrico Caruso was not only the most famous entertainer in the world in his time, he was one of the most famous people in the world. And in 1909, he lived at The Knickerbocker because of its proximity to the Metropolitan Opera, making him naturally, our most famous resident (who gave impromptu performances from his balcony).

This grand one-bedroom pied-à-terre channels the grand personality, impeccable taste, and joie de vivre Caruso was known for, commanding 1,200 square feet on our top floor, with curved arches, exquisitely crafted furnishings, decadent marble bathroom, and other elegant details. Opulent pieces of Waterford crystal from the iconic Lismore collection add to the larger-than-life appeal of this suite. The Lismore design has been the iconic signature pattern for Waterford since its inception in 1952, just as Caruso was the signature guest at The Knickerbocker. A fitting addition to a suite named for one of our most iconic historic guests.

All Accommodations Include

Our amenities can best be described by The Knickerbocker’s 1906 promise: “everything that a traveler can wish for, that money can buy, and the embodiment of all that makes for perfection.”

Stearns & Foster® Euro-Top Beds
SFERRA® 300-Count Egyptian Cotton Sheets
SFERRA® woven-cotton blanket, made in Portugal
Ploh® Goose Down Pillows & Feather Beds
Turkish Towel® Bath Linens & Peshterry Robe
Dyptique Bath Amenities
Samsung 55” Flatscreen Smart TV with High-Definition Cable/Specialty Channels and Video on Demand
Bedside power outlets (4) and USB ports (4)
Dual-Line Telephone with Data Port
Private, In-Room Electronic Safe
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