A Beatles-Inspired Signature Suite under Serious Consideration for the Warwick New York Hotel's Phase II Collection

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The Warwick New York Hotel, a property where the Beatles' held a press conference and stayed overnight, is seriously considering the creation of a Beatles-themed Signature Suite

The Warwick New York Hotel today announced that a Beatles’-inspired Signature Suite is under serious consideration as part of the hotel’s Phase II collection slated to begin construction later this year. Today’s news was timed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Fab Four’s first US national televised appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964.

The Warwick Hotel’s first Phase of Signature Suites, completed in October 2013, features five exquisitely decorated and extremely spacious one-bedroom suites that individually pay homage to William Randolph Hearst (who commissioned the hotel to be built), Marion Davies, Jane Russell, the Ziegfeld Follies and the Museum of Modern Art.

To continue honoring iconic personalities and important cultural influences, the Warwick Hotel is reviewing preliminary designs for a Signature Suite dedicated to the Beatles who held a press conference and stayed at the hotel in 1965 as they began their third US tour.

“Part of the preliminary design direction includes blending elements that showcase the Beatles’ tremendous influence on pop culture with decorative items, furnishings and art that present a modern interpretation of the bold and festive birth of Rock N’ Roll” said Peter Walterspiel, General Manager, the Warwick New York Hotel.

Media: To book a tour of the Warwick Hotel’s first phase of Signature Suites, please email WH@dkcnews.com or call DKC Public Relations at (212) 685-4300 and ask for Abbie Strichman or Jordanna Gualtieri.

For reservations and more information please visit http://www.warwickhotelny.com. Be sure to connect with the Warwick New York Hotel through Facebook and Twitter.

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.

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