Yeah! After 5 years of absence visitors can finally enjoy the Rainbow Room again at Rockefellor Plaza.
The 80-year old icon has been extensively renovated and many details from the original design is restored. The windows has been enlarged for those magnificent sweeping views of Manhattan and an outdoor cocktail lounge, SixtyFive will come next year.
The famous rotating dance floor was refurbished by the grandson of the man who installed it in 1934. He said he replaced outdated metal technology with new rubber wheels that are “quiet as can be.”
The Rainbow Room’s legacy began on October 3, 1934, when its doors opened for the first time. Wrapped in Manhattan’s dazzling skyline, this dining and entertainment destination became a beacon of style and sophistication. It transformed the 65th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza into the most elegant space in New York. Today, its legacy endures.