Learn all about The Carlyle New York, A Rosewood Hotel and all the amenities they have to offer!
Located right on the Upper East Side, this luxurious hotel is a New York institution that has attracted the likes of legendary figures such as Lady Di and Jackie O. Continue reading to learn more about this Art Deco masterpiece and what they have to offer.
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Situated in the historic 1930s Beaux-Arts building, The Carlyle is a contemporary take on old world elegance with its black-and-gold marble lobby, Art Deco interiors and Renaissance-like oil paintings. The original designer is Dorothy Draper and although the hotel has gone through many renovations over the years, much of the original style is still present.
This location includes 188 rooms and suites beautifully redesigned by Tony Chi, who also styled the Rosewood London. The guestrooms even come with pillow-top beds, Rivolta Carmignani linens, four-fixture marble baths and Kiehl’s toiletry sets.
The 450-square foot Premier Room has a luxurious king bed, a stunning bathroom with separate soaking tub and a rain shower, as well as city views overlooking Madison Avenue.
To help you relax or recover after a long day, check out The Sisley Spa because they excel in luxury and tranquility and offers plant-based skin care and phyto-aromatic treatments.
The Carlyle is also home to an Yves Durif Salon and a 24-hour fitness center featuring Technogym equipment and on-site trainers.
Food & Drink
If you ever stay here, check out their in-house restaurant is The Carlyle Restaurant led by Executive Chef Ron Pietruszka. They offer a menu of classic American cuisine with European flair. Jackets are preferred for dinner service and it really is worth it to try their delicious lobster bisque.
Café Carlyle is a supper club that truly starts up at night with live, classic cabaret music. Headlining talents have included Laura Benanti, Alan Cumming, Judy Collins and Woody Allen. Reservations are required.
Pulling inspiration from the Turkish sultan’s dining room, The Gallery serves afternoon tea and modern twists on classics in a casual dining atmosphere. Indulge in Hudson Valley Foie Gras, house-made pâtés, traditional tea sandwiches and scones, while sipping on English or exotic teas.
Named after the creator of Madeline children’s books, Bemelmans Bar is a timeless lounge that maintains its legacy with large-scale murals adorning its walls. The bar attracts celebrities, politicians, socialites and the like, featuring an extensive drink menu and nightly live entertainment.
Service at the Carlyle Hotel is top notch and they come dressed to impress. Everyone from the uniformed bellhop to the white-gloved elevator operator knew our names and addressed us with the utmost formality as we went about our day. The dedicated serviced meant we never at to carry our luggage at all between the cab and our room.
The Carlyle sits in a fine location on the Upper East Side at Madison and 76th, which is also known as “the corner of Wealth and Sophistication.” Central Park is a mere block away. The Met, the Whitney, and upscale boutiques and restaurants are all within walking distance.
Address: 35 East 76th Street
The Carlyle hotel in New York is a truly historic and luxurious landmark that really embodies the spirit of the city. Nestled in the Beaux-Arts building, its no wonder the interior really takes you back in time. They have modern and glamorous guestrooms, high-end facilities and popular food and drink options.