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The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel

Tomáš Safarik

Private Consultant
"One of the most iconic hotels in the city, dubbed the NYC White House due to JFK’s frequent stays. Indeed, socialites, movie stars and leaders are the company you’ll keep. Thanks to a recent renovation in 2021, The Carlyle remains as prestigious as ever."

Stay at the The Carlyle

Unapologetically classy and an NYC grand dame, The Carlyle needs no introduction. Serving prominent clientele since the early 1930s, it remains a hotspot among the global elite. With a crowd this exclusive and a history this rich, you really do wish walls could talk.Art Deco in aesthetic in honour of its heritage, the hotel blends old and new. Elegant murals celebrate the modern metropolis. Intimate in-room features bring the spirit of the city in. Dining, too, is a divine experience, therefore the biggest challenge will be to choose. Start your evening with cabaret in Cafe Carlyle. Conclude the night at Bemelmans, surrounded by the namesake artist’s famed illustrations in this upscale piano bar.

Location

Smartly situated in New York’s Upper East Side, The Carlyle occupies a quiet corner on Madison Avenue. Nearby, you’ll find all manner of chic galleries, museums and designer boutiques. Just beyond, the leafy folds of Central Park promise respite.

Rooms

The hotel comprises 192 rooms, spread lavishly between 35 levels. Within, original hardwood floors and custom fabrics create a charming sense of place. Premier rooms are adorned with delicious city views, but the Presidential Suite is the best money can buy.

Who is it for

This is a perfect choice for twosomes seeking Upper East Side sophistication, and yet, also a property proudly welcoming families. Expect everything from babysitting, kids menus and full-size cribs, to dedicated activities via the Rosewood Explorers programme.

Amenities & Activities

Wellness wise, you are spoiled with the Valmont Spa, Yves Durif Salon and a fitness studio. However, dining too is no ordinary affair. Alternate between fine dining at Dowling’s, afternoon tea at the Turkish palace-inspired Gallery, a classic cabaret experience in Cafe Carlyle and cocktails at the legendary Bemelmans Bar.

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