At a Glance
- excellent restaurant and bar
- historic property
- spacious suites
- some rooms could use a refresh
- no a/c in the hallways
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This grande dame was built by William Randolph Hearst in 1926 for his mistress, Hollywood actress Marion Davies, and it's hosted many from Tinseltown since then including Cary Grant in the Presidential Suite for 12 years. Some of the higher-floor suites have terraces overlooking 6th Avenue. The standard rooms are a bit tired, however, and some come with "New York-y" views of an airshaft. The premier rooms are a better choice, with fresh decor including tufted headboards, marble bathrooms, and a generous work space. The Murals on 54 restaurant, which takes up a big portion of the ground floor, serves Italian-influenced American fare under the gaze of 1930s-era murals—try to spot the "obscene" additions that the artist inserted after a disagreement with Hearst. Randolph's Bar continues to be busy late into the evening.
- Address: 65 W. 54th St., at 6th Ave., Midtown West, New York, NY, 10019 | Map It
- Phone: 212/247–2700; 800/223–4099
- Website: www.warwickhotelny.com
- Subway: E, M to 57th St.; N, Q, R, W to 57th St
- Location: Midtown West
- 359 rooms, 67 suites
- Rate includes no meals.
- Credit cards accepted.
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