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Parrish Suite

700 Sq/Ft
King Bed
2 People

A masterpiece above Times Square

In 1906, hotel founder John Jacob Astor IV commissioned American painter and illustrator Maxfield Parrish to create a mural for The Knickerbocker hotel bar, also known as the 42nd Street Country Club. Astor was drawn to Parrish’s celebrated ethereal work and requested that the 30×8-foot piece depict Old King Cole. The massive triptych became intimately identified with The Knickerbocker and the city itself for nearly two decades. After the hotel closed, it eventually made its way to its current home at the St. Regis, another Astor hotel, in 1932, making it an iconic part of New York history for more than 100 years.

Here at The Knickerbocker, we honor the renowned painter with the serene and inspired Parrish Suite high on the 14th floor, impressing with an enviable corner view of 42nd Street and Broadway. To add an extra indulgence, guests will find crystal glassware from Waterford’s Lismore Black collection featuring the iconic Lismore pattern in both clear and rich black crystal.

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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