Hotel Historic Midtown with old World glamour and modern conveniences.

The Warwick Hotel New York was built in 1926 with a theater and Hollywood actors in mind. The hotel still evokes old-style glamour but also offers modern conveniences such as a fitness center, business center and 24-hour room service. The Midtown location puts guests near popular attractions such as Central Park, Broadway theaters, Rockefeller Center and Fifth Avenue.


Near the Museum of Modern Art, Central Park, Broadway

Rich interiors evoke Hollywood glamour

Children under 12 stay free with an adult


New York City

New York City

Carnegie Hall and Radio City Music Hall are a few blocks away. Central Park and Broadway theaters are a short walk. Nearby Fifth Avenue shops include Cartier and Henri Bendel.


hotel roomThe hotel has 360 rooms and 68 suites. Modern, Classic and Deluxe rooms feature European- and Asian-inspired decor. Rooms have WI-Fi (fees apply), flat-screen TVs and marble bathrooms stocked with Gilchrist & Soames products. Premier rooms and suites are located on the hotel’s refurbished floors. They are decorated in shades of champagne, platinum and beige to evoke old Hollywood glamour. The hotel has nine signature suites that range from 625 to 1,200 square feet, some of which have balconies.


Newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst had the hotel built in 1926 so he and his girlfriend, Marion Davies, could entertain their Hollywood and theater friends.



On-site restaurant Murals on 54 is named for the large murals on its walls. Murals on 54 serves breakfast and lunch on weekdays and brunch on weekends. Randolph’s Bar & Lounge, also in the hotel, serves lunch and dinner daily. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Nearby restaurants include Nobu, Carnegie Deli and the 21 Club.


La Guardia Airport (25 minutes)

John F. Kennedy International Airport (35 minutes)

Newark International Airport (40 minutes)

MTA Subway B, D, E at 7th Ave – 53rd St; E, M at 5th Ave – 53rd St; F at 57th St (2 minutes walking)



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Museum of Modern Art (0.2 mi/ 0.32 km)

Carnegie Hall (0.3 mi/ 0.48 km)

Central Park (0.3 mi/ 0.48 km)

Rockefeller Center (0.4 mi/ 0.64 km)

Theater District (0.5 mi/ 0.80 km)


24-hour business center

WI-Fi (fees apply)

7,000 square feet of meeting/event space


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