Luxe Lift: The Warwick Hotel's New Look

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Earlier this month Warwick New York Hotel ushered in a new wave of luxury. The New York City hotel, built by William Randolph Hearst, unveiled its new Premier Rooms and Suites, which had undergone extensive $21-million renovations.

We hear the new design includes furniture inspired by the hotel's 1920s/30s heyday (think antiqued mirror inlays, silver-leaf coffee and accent tables, ivory lacquer bedside tables and more). We also love the modern touches that really set these rooms over the top, including one-touch light controls, flat screen televisions, iPod docking stations, and available Wii consoles.

The next phase of the renovations will take place in the beginning of 2012.

For more information visit www.warwickhotelny.com.
 

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