The Warwick New York Hotel, a classic midtown Manhattan hotel, is pleased to announce the launch of its newest evening programming – Vintage Movie Nights. The hotel’s night film series takes place each Sunday evening at Randolph’s Bar & Lounge, located on the hotel’s lobby level, and offers a new way for both visiting hotel guests and Manhattanites to wind down the weekend.
As of April 19, 2015, the hotel will air a rotation of beloved classic films inspired by many of the hotel’s legendary guests. Every Sunday from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., attendees can revisit their favorite vintage movies while indulging in an assortment of light bites and refreshments from a thoughtfully crafted menu that perfectly complements the movie’s theme, including Oysters Rockefeller, Crab Cake Sliders and Steak Tartare. Continuing the Sunday night fun, guests are treated to a live musical performance following the movie.
The spring 2015 Vintage Movie Night series lineup features the following films:
• Sunday, April 19 – Jailhouse Rock
• Sunday, April 26 – Breakfast at Tiffany’s
• Sunday, May 3 – Bringing Up Baby
• Sunday, May 10 – A Hard Day’s Night
• Sunday, May 17 – Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
In addition to these distinct Sunday evening events, Randolph’s Bar & Lounge, named after William Randolph Hearst who commissioned the hotel to be built in 1926, offers guests a selection of lunch, dinner, drinks and late night bites in a relaxed yet festive environment that looks out onto the bustling Avenue of the America’s in Midtown Manhattan.
The Warwick New York Hotel was built in the 1920s by media tycoon William Randolph Hearst as a romantic hideaway for his paramour, screen siren Marion Davies. Over the years, the hotel also served as the East Coast hideout for many of Hollywood’s elite including Cary Grant, Clark Gable, Marion Davies, Audrey and Katherine Hepburn and Elvis Presley. Located at 54th Street and Sixth Avenue, the hotel is just steps away from some of New York City’s largest attractions including MoMA, Radio City Music Hall, Broadway’s Theater District, Carnegie Hall, Central Park, Rockefeller Center, the Ziegfeld Theater and Times Square.
About Warwick International Hotels
Warwick International Hotels (WIH) was launched in 1980 with the purchase of Warwick New York, a hotel originally built by William Randolph Hearst for his Hollywood friends. The WIH Group now includes more than 55 prestigious Hotels, Resorts & Spas worldwide located in city centres and resort destinations in the United States, Caribbean, Europe, Asia, Bali, the South Pacific, the Middle East and Africa. Further details can be found at www.warwickhotels.com.