LODGING & DIRECTIONS
HUF 2016 is pleased to offer accommodations at a special conference rate of $225.00 per day plus taxes available on a first come first served basis. We have reserved 70 rooms in the HUF 2016 room block. We cannot guarantee availability at the Warwick once our room block is full. You will need to make alternative lodging arrangements on your own if rooms are no longer available at The Warwick. Please use our Registration Website to book The Warwick.
The Warwick New York Hotel
65 West 54th Street
New York, New York 10019
Check In Time 15:00, Check Out Time 12:00
Phone +1 212-247-2700
Fax +1 212-247-2725
Conveniently located in the heart of the City, the Warwick New York Hotel is within walking distance of all the greatest Midtown Manhattan attractions such as Time Square, Radio City Music Hall, the Rockefeller Plaza, Central Park, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMa), Broadway theaters and the classic 5th avenue high end shopping.
This Midtown Manhattan hotel is known to be one of the most historic hotels in NYC and has hosted many different celebrities throughout the years including “the king of Rock and Roll” Elvis Presley, The Beatles, and Cary Grant who was a long term resident. The renowned media tycoon Mr. William Randolph Hearst commissioned this iconic four-star hotel in 1926 for the love of his life, his muse and mistress the famous actress, Marion Davies. The hotel offers elegant and charming NYC hotel rooms, signature Manhattan suites, and amenities that exude luxury, vintage appeal and modernity all at once.
Getting to The Warwick from NY area Airports (JFK, LaGuardia, Newark):
Private taxis for hire are always available any time of day or night and are the easiest way. We also recommend pre-booking a car service such as “Dial 7”, 212-777-7777, https://www.dial7.com.
Approximate cost for a one way fare is:
From JFK: $48.00 plus applicable tolls and tip
From LGA: $34.00 plus applicable tolls and tip
From: Newark: $48.00 plus applicable tolls and tip
Public transportation options: see links below for each New York area airport:
New York City Subway
- NYC Subway may seem confusing to first-time NYC tourists, it’s actually quite simple once you get the hang of it. Get a map.
- Navigating the New York Subway – Beginner’s guide
Metropolitan Museum, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Guggenheim Museum, Frick Gallery, American Museum of Natural History, Intrepid Air & Space Museum, 9-11 Memorial, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Central Park, Grand Central Station, Rockefeller Plaza, Radio City, Empire State and Chrysler buildings, United Nations, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Brooklyn bridge, Times Square, Madison Square Garden, World Trade Center.
Broadway theaters, numerous jazz cafes and entertainment spots, and some of the best shopping place in NYC:
- The Official Website of the City of New York
- New York City Visitor Guide
- Things to Do
- NYC Official Guide
- Other local attractions
Westfield World Trade Center is a shopping center at the World Trade Center complex which is operated and managed by Westfield Corporation. The mall just recently opened on August 16, 2016.