Where Hollywood stays in New York
Built by publishing tycoon William Randolph Hearst in 1926, the story of the Warwick New York Hotel is one of love and glamour. Originally built for Hearst's mistress, the actress Marion Davies, the luxury hotel immediately became popular with her Hollywood friends and has been attracting celebrities ever since, including James Dean, Elizabeth Taylor, Elvis Presley, and the Beatles.
You can join the ranks of these Hollywood legends by spending the night in one of the Warwick's 426 guestrooms or 67 suites, which boast a mix of old-world and modern luxuries like marble bathrooms, high thread-count linens, a fully-stocked mini-bar, and flat screen TV with on-demand movies. The Warwick's services include 24-hour room service, valet parking, limousine transfers and access to a fitness center and business center with free printing. Make sure to dine at Murals on 54, the on-site restaurant where the food is as legendary as the mural artwork adorning its walls. For a more informal meal or a glass of wine, guests can visit Randolph's Bar & Lounge.
Steps away from the MoMA
The Warwick Hotel is located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, opposite the Museum of Modern Art. Central Park is just a few blocks away and many other attractions are within walking distance, including Times Square, the Broadway Theater District, Rockefeller Center, and Radio City Music Hall.KAYAK
24 hour front desk
Currency exchange on-site
Express check out
Pets not allowed
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