Warwick New York Hotel debuts new premier rooms and suites

 Warwick New York Hotel has announced that it has completed renovations of half of its 426-room inventory. The new premier rooms and suites are inspired by Hollywood in the 1920s and ‘30s.

The new design boasts furniture with antiqued mirror inlays, silver-leaf coffee and accent tables, ivory lacquer bedside tables, and French Provençal chairs.

To date, Warwick New York has invested over $21 million in this renovation. The next phase of the renovation is scheduled to commence in Q1 2012.

Warwick New York Hotel was built in 1926 by William Randolph Hearst.

 

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