The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel
Upper East Side
35 East 76th Street (at Madison Avenue), New York City, NY, USA, 10021
Hotel: on-site parking, restaurant, private dining, bar with live music, spa, salon, fitness centre, business facilities, meeting rooms, concierge services, express check-in/check-out, cleaning services, pet, children and business packages.
Room: free WiFi, pets allowed, non-smoking, ADA accessible, 300-sq-feet or bigger, flat-screen TV with digital cable, bottled water, fully-stocked mini-bar, desk with chair, sofa, Press Reader®, iOS-device docking station, ironing facilities, Kiehl's® bathroom amenities, twice-daily housekeeping, 24-hour room service, extended stays, rollaway and crib on request.
The Carlyle, A Rosewood HotelThe Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel is a historic luxury hotel on the Upper East Side. Situated within walking distance of Museum Mile, this iconic 5-star hotel has a full spa and salon, famous bars and cafés with live jazz music, as well as attentive white-gloved service that so many stars and celebrities have been a part of since the opening in 1930. So, if you are looking for a royal NYC experience with elegant views of Central Park, then the Carlyle is one of your finest choices.
This 5-star hotel’s 190 rooms and suites feature elegant views of Central Park and Manhattan’s skyline, and start at 300 sq feet, making them bigger than most competing properties in the vicinity. Aside from the unique aura and exquisite decoration made by legendary designers such as Dorothy Draper, Mark Hampton, Alexandra Champalimaud and Thierry Despont, each room also has Kiehl's® bathroom amenities, Time Warner® digital cable, slippers and terrycloth bathrobes. Being a family-friendly hotel, the Carlyle also features various programmes for pets, children (Rose Buds®) and business.
Guests also get unlimited use of the health club, The Sisley Spa, with many treatment rooms. The Yves Durif Salon and a state-of-the-art fitness centre with on-site trainers are available also.
But what truly separates the Carlyle from many other iconic Central Park hotels is the fine dining at the Carlyle Restaurant or the Gallery, the classic atmosphere at the Bemelmans Bar, and live entertainment at the 1955-debuted Café Carlyle or Bemelmans Bar. Past featured guests include Sutton Foster, Loston Harris, Judy Collins, and Woody Allen & the Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band.
That being said, the Carlyle is a truly unique Art Deco landmark hotel with a distinctive peaked roof at the northeast corner of Madison Avenue, offering the attention and the abundance of upscale services for its well-heeled guests or those who wish to be a part of it.
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