Warwick New York

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

65 West 54th Street, At Sixth Avenue, New York City, New York, 10019, United States

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  • vivimero's Profile Photo

    really a great surprise


    amazing. deluxe room, corner view with double view...amazing room with a long aisle..we really loved our stay there. I bumped also in a jimmy choo sale sample that really made my day even if paolo didn't want me to buy anything because they were---used shoes!

    room service is great too.

    Unique Quality: location!!!!!!!!!!

    Directions: very very close to the gap, the park, and...believe it or not..same block of Manolo Blanik!

  • madamx's Profile Photo

    Midtown Convenience


    The Warwick Hotel is situated in an extremely convenient midtown Manhattan location and I highly recommend it for first-time travellers to New York. It is located a short walking distance from a few subway lines, and is near many restaurants and prime Fifth Avenue Shopping.

    The Warwick is also registered as an historic hotel -- Carey Grant lived in the 27th floor suite for many years, and as the 2nd floor lounge photo gallery attests, the Warwick had Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, and Marion Davies as regular guests. In fact, the hotel was originally built by William Randolph Hearst as an apartment complex for his many friends who would visit New York City, and as a renedevous for his mistress, Marion Davies.

    The staff were pleasant and helpful and very professional, though the doormen could pay more attention to their job -- the revolving door, though adding character to the hotel is small and difficult to negotiate, and I noticed many times the doorman ignoring people or talking to friends while people struggled through the door and down a few steps with their luggage; there is no ramp for suitcases.

    Unique Quality: Overall, the hotel is a clean, quaint, and very pleasant place to stay, and though decorated in an elegant, classy, style, is a little worn about the edges. The hallways are quite elegant, but the carpet is worn and dirty in spots, and our bathroom door had big chips taken out of the bottom; the sheers and blackout curtains in our room were fairly grimy. The room itself was fairly spacious and clean at approx 400 sq. feet, and furnished with slightly chipped antique furniture or reproductions, I'm not sure which. They also had a selection of high-end new magazines for reading as well. The beds are new, firm, and have high-quality linens, and also comfy down comforters. Keeping in mind that this is a historic hotel, the bathrooms are small, about 6 ' by 7' in my estimation, but very clean and recently renovated with vintage chrome fixtures and marble. The elevators are also vintage, so only fit 6 people max, or 4 people with luggage. So, during peak times, it can be difficult to get a spot on an elevator.

    Though I highly recommend this hotel, do not stay here unless you get a deal, like we did through Expedia. Ordinarily, the basic rooms are $450 US a night, and unless they do a little additional maintenance, I would be quite displeased to pay that much per night.

    Directions: Located in Midtown Manhattan

  • CatInEurope's Profile Photo

    Almost Famous!


    The Warwick was perfect...for the Diva on a budget! It was accross from the hilton, and you feel like Paris could ring your bell and ask for you to hit a party with her. The rooms are huge (says my boyfirend, who has been several times to NYC and says that this is the best room he has ever had) - The restaurant is beautiful but $$$. The location is ideal.

    Unique Quality: There is a sense of magic as the Warwick was a Hotel frequented by many stars back in the day. It has been identified as a historic landmark!

  • Great Location


    Rooms and bed are oversized with all the facilities you need, with ice machines on every floor and coffee machines on request (no extra cost). Service within the hotel was perfectly polite and the hotel was quiet with no outside noise. We had a great view of the chrysler buisling from our room. Location was perfect, 5 mins walk from central park, broadway/time square or th ave. 2 mins from the Radio city hall.

    Unique Quality: Great views and large spacious rooms with all amenities needed

    Directions: Rockefeller centre, 6th ave

  • geanster's Profile Photo

    Hotel with mucho personality


    My friend managed to find us a good online deal for a 2 double bed room at the Warwick while we were there. Cary Grant lived in the building for many years. Elvis and the beatles stayed there in their time. Just a cool building with alot of personality. I was wishing those walls could talk.

    There are a couple of nice restaurants/bars located in the hotel, but they looked out of our style and price range so every night, we headed just across the street to a little Irish Pub called Connolly's to get the nights started.

    Directions: Phone: (212) 247 2700
    Fax: (212) 247 2725

  • kathycollins's Profile Photo

    As part of the discounted...


    As part of the discounted package we stayed at the Warwick - a really lovely hotel normally outside of our price range!
    $200-400 per night normally, for a regular room

    Directions: Great location - 65 West 54th Street - easy walking distance to all mid-town Manhatten

  • yasi's Profile Photo

    The Warwick hotel


    Unique Quality: Its located in the heart of NY;between the fifth and the sixth(avenus of the Americas) avenues.
    Its in the center of a circle made by Carnegie Hall, Trump Tower,Museum of Modern Art and the radio City music hall.

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Great location and value

by TripAdvisor Member scooterbug

The Warwick was a great find in the heart of Manhattan. The room was spacious and comfortable, although you have to ask for a view. The staff was friendly. The hotel could use a touch-up (there were missing handles on the dresser and the paint was chipping in some places) and the rooms were not completely sound-proof. However, I would not let those small issues deter me from returning. I highly recommend this hotel.

A very enjoyable stay!!

by A TripAdvisor Member

This hotel is in the best location for access to Broadway, Time Square, Central Park and 5th Avenue Shopping. The rooms are huge compared to most standard NYC rooms. The staff was very helpful and polite. The furnishing were luxurious. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in February and plan to stay again in May.


by TripAdvisor Member cruisebaby

I thought this hotel was amazing. We were located just 3 short blocks to Radio City Music Hall. We were walking distance to Times Square and Rockafeller center. The rooms in the hotel were huge, immaculately clean, and the beds were extremely comfortable. Friendly staff with helpful information. I would recommend this hotel 100%.

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by cpatel


I am looking to stay in central New york, where it is close to the nightlife and shopping etc. Would the New Yorker be a good choice. The cost is around $200 dollars per night excluding taxes. Are there any other other hotels that would be recommended in this price range or even cheaper.


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by timessquare

read the reviews for the hotel at tripadvisor.com

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by zuriga

There are thousands of hotels in that area of Manhattan. You can probably do better than the New Yorker. Check prices for the Marriott Marquis or Edison if you want to stay near Times Square (always bustling and near to shopping) or consider the Shoreham (small and sweet). There are often good weekend deals. Inn on the Park is further north but transportation is good and easy in NYC.

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by david_thomson2007

I think Carter Hotel is the best choice for you, it is the best value you will find in New York City. Hotel is located on Times Square, close to the Theater District. The price is 112 USD per room per night. (Included Taxes). That's 3 star hotel which has rooms up to 700 rooms. You can check the special rate from this : http://www.hotelsguru.com/showhotel-31175.html , the price is great. I have the hotel location information ,

Located in Times Square, near the Theater District of Manhattan, the Carter Times Square is approximately one half block from the Port Authority Bus Terminal, six miles from the Laguardia Airport, and 12 miles from the Newark Liberty International Airport. Local attractions include United Nations, Radio City Hall, Rockefeller Center, Museum, Library, Fifth Avenue, Macys, 5th Avenue shopping, United Nations, Empire State Building, major museums and attached to Grand Central Station.

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by VisitingNY

I stayed at the Belvedere and loved it. It's on 48th Street and really close to Times Square.

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by carlos68

My favourites

Warwick Hotel
Hudson Hotel
Affinia Dumont Plaza


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Address: 65 West 54th Street, At Sixth Avenue, New York City, New York, 10019, United States