New York City is an enchanting urban playground with legendary art museums, historic landmarks, beautiful parks, sensational shopping and dining, sublime theaters, concert venues and exciting entertainment
Warwick New York Hotel offers individually appointed and uniquely designed Signature Suites. The spacious Signature Suites offer approximately 625–1200 square-feet of living space, the largest being ideal for entertaining up to 50 people. Signature Suites feature a decorative fireplace and spectacular cityscape views of Manhattan and most offer a private balcony. All suites have a king size bed, a large work desk, luxuriously appointed marble bathroom with Bvlgari bath amenities, WiFi and in-room electronic safe.
Designed to showcase a more feminine aesthetic, the Follies suite pays homage to the girls of Broadway that lit up the stage in pearls and feathers. This suite was styled in Bordeaux purples, rich gold and soft pinks with furniture designed to reflect the glamour of the roaring 20's. On the walls, dramatic portraits of the Ziegfeld girls along with limited edition artworks, tells the story of a fanciful and opulent era that was brought to life in the Theater. Approximately 634 square feet.
Inspired by Film Noir, this room stars Marion Davies, Hearst's famous love affair. This suite captures the Noir actresses dramatic side with bold greens set in a black and white film. A little glamour with a flair for the dramatic was the muse behind the design. Approximately 781 square feet.
Known to have been a guest of the hotel, the Jane Russell Suite was designed to celebrate the Hollywood bombshell. Warm grays are offset with gold and blacks, creating an atmosphere of sophisticated elegance. The personality of this suite is visually told on the walls though a variety of film set images, abstract nudes and a limited edition painting embracing the pin-up's iconic wardrobe. Approximately 793 square feet.
Modern Art Suite
The Modern Art suite is curated to highlight the dynamic works created by famous and unknown artists alike. The suite's backdrop was to remain a blank canvas, emphasizing the beauty of traditional architecture and juxtaposed by modern and colorful works of art. The furniture is also as eclectic as the art, taking traditional tooled pieces and transforming them with modern aesthetic. Bold and unconventional, the design was set to be a sensory experience. Approximately 792 square feet.
The Randolph Suite is designed to reflect a modernized golden era loft worthy of the media mogul and the hotel he had commissioned in 1926. Built around a palette of rich navy and gold, this suite was imagined as a luxurious study with masculine sophistication. Neo-Classical paintings and architectural images are paired with modern abstracts, building a collection to represent William Hearst's great love of art and design throughout the ages. Approximately 977 square feet.