The Warwick New York Hotel is perfectly located close to Broadway and numerous New York City landmarks. The hotel stands across the street from New York's newly revitalized Museum of Modern Art and is within four blocks of Broadway, Central Park, Carnegie Hall, Fifth Avenue and the Rockefeller Center. The palatial midtown Manhattan hotel was commissioned by William Randolph Hearst in 1926 and today offers distinctly European-style elegance. All of the over-sized guest bedrooms are decorated in a luxurious style and are the perfect haven after a long day in the city. The Murals on 54 Restaurant features innovative continental cuisine with international influences, while Randolph's Bar is the ideal place for a relaxing drink and is designed to closely resemble a living room rather than a hotel bar. With conference and banqueting facilities, the Warwick New York Hotel is also suitable for business meetings or other social events.