Warwick Hotels’ Scent Fresh White Tea Light and clean with top notes of Silver Needle Point Tea, Frosted Bergamot, White Tea Blooms; mid notes of Ginger Lily, White Tea Leave Petals, Pekoe Tea; and base notes of Mate Musk, Mahogany Wood, Teakwood.
William Randolph Hearst built the Warwick New York in 1926 for $5 million. Long catering to the elite, Hearst built the 36-story residential tower to accommodate his Hollywood friends as well as his mistress, the actress Marion Davies, who had her own specially-designed floor in the building.
The hotel's restaurant, Murals on 54, features the 1937 murals of American illustrator Dean Cornwell. The famed murals were fully restored following a 2004 renovation of the restaurant. The Warwick is also home to Randolph's Bar & Lounge, whose rosebud leitmotif references Hearst's purported nickname for Marion Davies.
The owner of the Warwick New York is Warwick Hotels and Resorts, which was founded in 1980 with the purchase of this hotel by its chairman, Richard Chiu.