Great value for the amount we paid. Asked for an upgrade and received one. Enjoy the atmosphere of the bar downstairs - although except for beer, most drinks (wine, martinis) run $14. Should get a good pour on the wine for this price, but do not.
Great location and enjoy the boutiique like size of this place. Beds are very comfortable.
Very close to Central Park and Times Square, a lovely hotel with an old fashioned feel. Clean and tidy with excellent staff who helped a relative in the UK to organise a lovely surprise in our room.
Only slight disappointment was we had a room at
the back of the hotel with the only view being (and noise from) air extractors from hotel and surrounding buildings, but I suppose you get what you pay for and it was one of the cheapest deals around at time of booking!
have stayed in both standard double and queen suite. Both well appointed and felt good. Numerous powerpoints, reasonable internet charge (9.95) in comparison to the extortion attempted at others. Warwick is old world charm ( meaning 50'~60I's), it
is not flashy, trendy or hip. It is solid, pleasant and good feeling and value.
I was so delighted to find this hotel was as good as the reviews when I was booking the room. I was in NYC performing a not so pleasant job for five days and knew I needed a place of comfort for myself at the end of each day - The Warwick provided
this and some - and I was able to afford it thanks to these great rates. The room was a good size - large for New York hotels and with a large closet and nice bathroom. Because I stayed five days - I received another 15% off - a very good value for NYC!!! The staff was very quick to respond to my few requests: missing wash cloths and broken hair dryer had someone from housekeeping up to my room in less than five minutes. However, it seems at this room rate most everything is "ala cart" and pretty pricey, which is why my score on value was lower. I don't know if things would have been included had I paid full price, but I don't think I would ever pay the regular price just for a place to sleep. While the ambiance at the hotel"s Murals Restaurant is lovely and the staff attentive, whether you are paying a reduced rate or regular, the cost of breakfast is outrageous! They offer a menu and a buffet - be prepared to wait if you order off the menu. Due to either lack of time or not knowing where else to go, I treated myself to breakfast on the first and last day I was there - the other days I went to a lovely little bakery close to were I was working. Overall, given the same circumstances and rates, I would absolutely stay at the Warwick again.
The courtesy is exemplary. From the doormen to the front desk to the bar and room service. Very welcoming and helpful. This hotel has pared down its room service hours which is a bit too bad. However, room service food is very good. No complaints
about room size or comfort for Manhattan. Great feeling of tradition and why not--right down the street from theaters and around the corner from MOMA.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Go to Ed's Chowderhouse at Columbus Circle (quiet and attentive) and around the corner at Columbus and 63d is La Rosa Mexicana--lively to bouyant.
This hotel is clean and comfortable and reasonably priced. Perfect location for coming into the city on business, but would also be great for traveling families as its close to main tourist attractions while avoiding the madness of Times Square.