The Knickerbocker Hotel to Host St. Cloud Rooftop New Year’s Eve Experience

The Knickerbocker Hotel, the five-star hotel located atop Times Square, is bringing back its exclusive St. Cloud Rooftop Experience this New Year’s Eve. The package will include a two-night minimum stay and two tickets to their New Year’s Eve party, where guests will ring in 2017 just 150 feet from the famous Waterford Crystal New Year’s Eve Ball

The cocktail-attire event, taking place from 8 p.m. – 2 a.m., will have live entertainment by DJ Sam French with an accompanying instrumentalist, a full premium open bar, passed dinner and hors’ d’oeuvres by celebrity chef Charlie Palmer, and a champagne toast at midnight.

The Knickerbocker recently partnered with NOMI Beauty, an on-demand beauty service, to provide luxury in-room hair and makeup services. Guests are welcome to take advantage of this using the integrated booking system, which they can use without ever leaving their hotel room. 

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Those who are looking for a private VIP experience may reserve one of The Knickerbocker Sky Pods. The Sky Pods are available for groups of 12 to 20, and are situated at the very center of the festivities with a corner view directly over Times Square. 

The St. Cloud Rooftop Experience Package starts at $4,300. Pricing for the Sky Pods is available upon request.

Visit www.theknickerbocker.com

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