Myself and my partner stayed at the Warwick NY for 6 days. We went for his 40th birthday - the hotel had strawberries and fizz waiting for us in our upgraded room. We felt so spoilt!
Everyone was lovely, and really helped us out with anything we needed, from maps of NY to helping out with my 'ice bucket challenge' - where better to do it than in New York?! (big thanks to William the Doorman for being the person tipping the water over my head!).
The hotel is in a great location for exploring NY, lots of nice restaurants nearby, and handily a few luggage shops as well (we need some extra cases to accommodate all the shopping!)
The only thing to mention is id advise people to be wary of arranging a pick up service. We did this through the concierge before we travelled and we were quoted 127 USD. We were charged 170 USD by the company which we had to pay in cash to the driver (I suspect it would have been more as he had to wait for us for 2 hrs to get through border control at JFK - but he kindly told his control he only waited ten minutes) - so if you do decide to get a pick up service, just make sure you ask about extras /wait time fee's / paying in cash etc, which we didn't do.
Having said that, it was well worth the pick up - the waiting time at JFK for taxi's looked crazy.
The room we had was beautiful - the bedroom was bigger than our one at home! The decor is lovely, no soulless corporate decorations here - its all carefully thought out, and really keeping in style with 'heydey NY'
We had a lovely view of 6th Ave from our room, and some very efficient air conditioning that didn't keep us awake at all.
We ate at the hotel restaurant, both for breakfast (Alex got defeated by the pancakes!) and dinner - food was lovely. We also had room service, which was was beautifully presented, and very prompt.
I couldnt recommend this hotel highly enough - you don't go abroad for the hotel, but in our case staying at the Warwick absolutely helped make our NY adventure one of the best holidays we've ever had - a massive thank you to all.