Since it’s opening in 1926, The Warwick New York has been recognized as a piece of New York history and a celebrity driven hotel as it was once the home to Elvis Presley, Cary Grant, The Beatles and more. The Warwick New York is conveniently located in midtown Manhattan and is accessible to MoMA, Broadway, Carnegie Hall, Rockefeller Center and many more attractions, making it the number one choice for visitors and travelers.Recently the world famous Museum of Modern Art reopened after three years of intense renovations. In honor of MoMA’s return to 54th Street, The Warwick New York has announced that they will offer visitors a special “MoMA Package” created especially for them. The estimated savings for the affordable package is 35%. The MoMA Package includes two VIP tickets per stay, which allow admission to the museum without having to wait on line; deluxe or one bedroom suite accommodations; 15% discount for lunch or dinner at Murals on 54, the hotel’s restaurant featuring Dean Cornwell’s restored murals and complimentary use of the state of the art fitness room. Rates are as follows: February 7-September 5, 2005, deluxe rooms start at $255 per night and one bedroom suites start at $355 per night and during September 5-December 31, 2005, deluxe rooms start at $295 per night and one bedroom accommodations start at $395 per night.
The hotel features 359 oversized rooms, 67 suites, non-smoking rooms, marble bathrooms, high speed internet access, dual-line telephones, minibars, in-room safes and much more.