Rooms at the Warwick are divided into three broad categories: Classic and Deluxe, Premier and Signature. These are then subdivided into the different rooms and suites. Some rooms have an interior view, meaning maximum peace and quiet, while others give onto 54th Street or the Avenue of Americas. There is actually little difference between the rooms in the first category, perhaps only the view and the size, although there cannot be much in it. They are appointed in a classic European style with beautifully crafted furniture including a desk, a king size bed with luxury linens and have amenities such as a flatscreen television, minibar and wifi. The marble bathrooms, which are a little on the small side, have a bathtub and boast Gilchrist and Soames toiletries. The suite versions of the rooms are an extra 150-200ft² larger to accommodate the living space with couches and armchairs, an extra television and in some cases a dining table for up to four. In our opinion you'd be better off going for the Premier rooms and suites, despite the extra cost, simply because they have been renovated and offer more amenities such as iPod docking station, bathrobes and slippers, Bulgari toiletries and a kitchenette. They also offer walk-in closets, newer furniture with more luxurious fabrics and are more orientated toward the Hollywood theme with images of stars gone by. The suites include a Sony Wii and of course more living space-enough to accommodate a small family, while the bathroom has both a bathtub and shower. The real Warwick though is all about the suites. There are nine signature suites, including the Hollywood Suite, and what is known as the Cary Grant Suite. The former is a one-bedroom affair with one and a half bathrooms and a sizeable salon. The bedroom itself features a grand bed with drapes at the head of it and it decorated in tones of red with a chaise longue and Art Deco furniture. The small photos hanging on the wall from ribbon is a cute touch. The living space is extremely cosy and spacious with a gorgeous seating area as well as a small dining table for four and an electric fireplace. Everything has been carefully chosen not only to bring to life the old days of Hollywood but also to create a timeless space which appeals to all tastes. The bathroom is bigger than those in other rooms and has a double vanity and scales while the whole suite is surrounded on two sides by a balcony looking onto the river and Central Park. The Cary Grant Suite, the jewel in the crown of the Warwick's room offering, is more European in style and although has been renovated is more old fashioned than the other suites. It has all the same amenities as the signature suites plus an extra twin bedroom which has a Chinese theme plus a sauna in the master bedroom's bathroom.