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Built by William Randolph Hearst for his mistress, actress Marion Davies, the Warwick has a long history for housing many luminaries including Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Jane Russell, Elvis, The Beatles, Elizabeth Taylor and James Dean. Plenty of historic features have been retained to exude an old world elegance, yet many modern comforts have been incorporated too. It has a fab location near Central Park and Midtown sights, and a choice of subway lines make exploration further afield a doddle. The comfortable guest rooms are spacious by New York standards, and feature simple, traditional, upmarket décor including antique-style furniture and marble bathrooms, with the décor of many suites displaying splashes of colour and individuality. Randolph's, the hotel's popular bar, restaurant and lounge, features an old-school club atmosphere.



Central Park is just a five-minute walk away.

The Museum of Modern Art is just around the corner, as is 5th Avenue and its famous shopping district.
By plane: flights from London, Manchester or Edinburgh to New York take 7 hours. It's 50-minutes' drive from JFK airport. Parking costs $80 per day.

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Style & Character

The hotel is popular with both business and leisure travellers of all ages - although leaning towards middle aged and older clients. We loved the numerous historic touches that underline the rich history of this legendary New York hotel.

Service & Facilities

There are great views from the fitness centre.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Fitness centre
  • Free Wi-Fi


The Signature Suites all have lively décor on a different theme, such as the Hollywood Suite, emphasising art deco elegance, the Modern Art Suite, overlooking the MOMA, and the Suite of the Stars, also known as the Cary Grant Suite. The swish Randolph Suite has a plush and colourful look.

Premier Room, Terrace Room, Premier Suite, Junior Suite, Suite, Terrace Suite, Signature Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, desk, safe, TV, docking station, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

We loved the colourful murals, created by American illustrator Dean Cornwall in 1937, at Murals on 54. The grilled chicken paillard was tasty.

Murals on 54: main restaurant, Vietnamese cuisine. Dishes include seafood pho, shaken steak and papaya salad. Open daily for breakfast, Tue-Sat for dinner.
Randolph's Bar & Lounge: intimate lounge, serving drinks daily (5-11pm).

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