Warwick New York
4.5 star hotel
65 W 54th St,
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Commissioned in the mid-1920s by newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, the Warwick was originally designed to be a residential hotel with apartments for his Hollywood buddies. The likes of the Beatles, Elizabeth Taylor, James Dean and Carey Grant (who lived there for 12 years and now has the Presidential Suite named after him) all graced the hotel at one time or another, and photos of other famous guests line the walls of a second floor gallery. All accommodations have comfortable Serta mattresses, down duvets, flat-screen TVs and MP3-compatible alarm clocks. Amongst the hotel's standard guest rooms, Premier rooms have been most recently renovated; so you won't have to worry about ending up with a room with carpet stains or chipped furniture if you choose one of these. It's easy to see why Hearst chose this spot for his hotel, as it puts guests within reach of Central Park, Broadway theaters and directly across the street from the Museum of Modern Art, which opened around the same time as the Warwick Hotel.
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