Lovely hotel, staff really polite and professional. Really clean and comfy, definitely recommend this hotel. In walking distance for Central Park, Times Square, Rockefeller centre etc. Room was air conditioned and worked really well as it was pretty warm while we were there.
This is a beautiful property with spacious rooms on a quiet street with close access to everything. Central Park is an easy 10 minute walk. We’ve stayed here twice and will definitely be staying here in the future.
I approached this with trepidation because of some (unwarranted) negative reviews. The Warwick is a solid place to stay. Here's what I saw: Yes, the place is a little worn, but what do you expect from a building approaching 100 years old? The impatient drive themselves crazy because the very (and I mean very) small elevators make it hard to accommodate more than 4-5 people comfortably without luggage and more than 2-3 with. I saw people huff and puff at the indignity of having to (gasp) wait for the next elevator. The rooms are spacious by NYC standards. The pillows are soft and the beds very firm, so know that if you prefer a softer surface. The staff was a pleasure. They quickly accommodated a room change since my 31st-floor room was over a humming heating and air vent that I could easily hear. I had a pleasant stay in a clean room blocks from Radio City Music Hall and Rockefeller Center and a short walk to Times Square. I'd stay here again in a minute.…
Lucky enough to have a suite on the 33rd floor. So much quieter than anticipated for an hotel in Central New York. Very comfortable. Great situation - easy walking distance to Central Park, close to buses and Metro. Just around the corner from MOMA and an easy bus ride to the Metropolitan Museum, the Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Opera. If I return to New York would definitely stay there again.
On arrival the hotel looks pleasant if a little old fashioned. The lift, corridors and our room are tired and could do with being redecorated. When we got to our room late in the evening after a long journey, we could see that the room wasn't very clean. There were specs of dirt on the carpet and hairs on the towels, stuck to the shampoo bottle and the soap. We slept in the room because we were so exhausted from travelling but informed the night manager of our concerns the next morning and she assured us that the issues would be rectified. Later in the day after housekeeping had attended the room, the towels were replaced but the hairy soap remained and the carpet was still dirty. The issue was raised again with the very pleasant reception staff and still nothing was done so the hairy soap remains... …
My husband and I spent my birthday plus a couple of extra days in NYC this year and stayed at the Warwick for the first time. WOW! This gracious hotel, situated in the center of Midtown is indeed a gem. The room was good sized, situated on the 22nd floor with a lovely ambiance. The downstairs bar is delightful and the pours are generous. Although we only had time for breakfast in the Mural Room, it is lovely and the dinner menu made me wish we had time to sample it. All this being said, the most extraordinary experience of note is the service. Every single interaction was pleasant, welcoming and delightful. From the moment we checked in (and the reception desk was well staffed) to the moment we checked out, we were treated like old friends. Always greeted in the hallways by service staff, who inquired if we were comfortable and enjoying our stay. Always receiving a smile and greeting from each and every member of the hotel team. Old friends we will become. The Warwick Hotel is our new home when visiting NYC, and we cannot envision a more comfortable or charming one.…
The hotel is well maintained. My room was quiet. But the HVAC fan was noisy and I could not adjust the pre set temperatures. The room was large by NYC standards. The staff was competent and friendly. They charge your room $100 per room per night for incidentals, although the charge is reversed at checkout. I thought the price was high for what the hotel was, but that's true all over NYC now. It is close to Central Park, Rockefeller Center and a short walk to Times Square and the Theater district. Next time, I'll find a cheaper hotel
Hotel probably used to be nicer but now is kind of run down. I liked the restaurant. Bath was dirty and also the shower only had cold water. So, not so great. Also it was pretty expensive for what I got. I wouldn’t totally write it off for future trips but am looking for a better and nicer deal.
The midtown location of the Warwick is convenient for many NYC sites, although the hotel could use an update in its decor. The junior suite we stayed in had a bedroom with two comfortable queen beds and a living area that could accommodate a roll away. The bathroom was small, but we could spread out in the suite so it wasn't a problem. The bed linens were pressed, although the overall quality of the furnishings showed a lot of wear and tear. Friendly housekeeping staff.
We enjoyed our stay at the Warwick last Sunday evening. We arrived around 9pm and Carlos the bellman greeted my wife and I and helped us with our luggage and parking our car. We had a balcony and although the view isn't great the NYC experience was fun. Have an in room Starbucks coffee in the morning, and enjoy the buzz. We checked out Monday morning but the hotel allowed us to leave our suitcases in a secure location so that we could tour parts of this great city. Warwick is located 2 blocks from Central Park (go there it's beautiful), and very close to 5th avenue, Madison avenue, Broadway, and Times Square.