Warwick New York Hotel
Heavy on history with a century-long celebrity clientele.
Ah, memories. William Randolph Hearst built this hotel in 1926. Cary Grant lived in one of its suites for twelve years, and the Beatles rested their heads here, too. Nowadays, the Sixth Avenue location is convenient for visiting the Theater District, Fifth Avenue shopping and other Midtown sights. Each of the large 426 rooms and suites has a spacious closet, marble bathroom and double windows to filter out the street noise. They also come with wireless Internet, dual-line telephones with data ports and fax, and free daily newspaper delivery. Murals on 54, the refurbished dining room, features continental cuisine with international influences. Its fresh design accentuates the historic murals by Dean Cornwell, who was commissioned to paint the original restaurant. Randolph’s, the expanded restaurant and lounge, is designed more like a living room than a bar and has large windows overlooking Avenue of the Americas. A fully equipped exercise room, private terraces for enjoying a sunset drink and a business center are some of the extras at this hotel, which has always been carefully maintained, tastefully furnished and courteously staffed.
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