New York, NY (PRWEB) November 15, 2013
The Warwick New York Hotel, in a gesture to showcase its five new Signature Suites, and one of Broadway's most entertaining new musicals, “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” have partnered to create an exciting new fall / winter package.
"A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder" is a musical farce about Monty Navarro and his quest to become the next Earl of Highhurst, even if it involves tactfully taking out his eight family members that stand before him in line for the title.
"With its early 1900’s setting and playful charm, 'A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder' pairs perfectly with the Old Hollywood charm of our five new Signature Suites," said Peter Walterspiel, General Manager, The Warwick New York Hotel.
The Warwick was originally built by publishing tycoon William Randolph Hearst in the 1920s. In homage to its highly storied history, the hotel recently unveiled five new Signature Suites that embrace the glamour and essence of several of old Hollywood’s most popular starlets such as Jane Russell, Marion Davies and the Ziegfeld Follies along with cultural influencers like the Museum of Modern Art and Hearst himself.
Guests who book the Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder Package will receive an overnight stay in one of the elegantly appointed Signature Suites along with:
- Two discounted tickets to Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder at the Walter Kerr Theater
- Luxurious town car service to and from the theater
- Two complimentary cocktails specially crafted in the hotel’s swanky Randolph’s Bar and Lounge
- A Playbill signed by cast members
The package is available now through December 12, 2013 and can be booked by calling the Warwick New York Hotel’s Reservations Line at 1-800-223-4099. Starting rates begin at $1,175 per night, exclusive of theater ticket prices.
ABOUT THE WARWICK NEW YORK HOTEL
The Warwick New York Hotel was built in 1926 by William Randolph Hearst as a romantic hideaway for his paramour, screen siren Marion Davies. Over the years, the hotel would also serve as the East Coast hideout for many of Hollywood’s elite including Cary Grant, Clark Cable and Bing Crosby.
In present day, the Warwick New York Hotel combines the charm of Old Hollywood with the essential comforts and conveniences for the discerning modern traveler. The hotel’s 426 spacious guestrooms also include 67 elegantly appointed suites. The hotel also features two unique dining destinations – Randolph’s Bar & Lounge and Murals on 54 – as well as 8,000 square-feet of stately meeting and banquet spaces. Warwick New York Hotel is located at 54th Street and 6th Avenue, just steps away from New York’s most famed attractions including Central Park, couture shopping on Fifth and Madison Avenues, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, The Ziegfeld Theater, Times Square and more. For more information about the new Signature Suites, please visit http://www.warwickhotelny.com/signature-suites.aspx.
ABOUT "A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER"
In "A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder," Monty Navarro (Bryce Pinkham) has just received some really great news from his late mother’s lifelong friend Miss Shingle (Jane Carr)! He’s a long-lost member of a noble family and could become the next Earl of Highhurst. There are only eight minor issues, namely the other relatives who precede him in line for the title. So Monty does what any ambitious, highborn gentleman would do: he sets out to eliminate them one by one, all while juggling his mistress (Lisa O'Hare) (she’s after more than just love), his fiancée (Lauren Worsham) (she’s his cousin, but who’s keeping track?), plus the constant threat of landing behind bars! But it will all be worth it if he can slay his way into Highhurst Castle…and be done in time for tea. Each of the eight heirs perilously standing in the way of Monty’s fortune are played by Jefferson Mays, in one of the most breathtaking, whiplash-inducing performances ever attempted on the American stage. "A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder" features a book by Robert L. Freedman, music by Steven Lutvak, and lyrics by Robert L. Freedman and Steven Lutvak. Darko Tresnjak directs and Peggy Hickey choreographs. For more info, please visit http://www.agentlemansguidebroadway.com.