Carlyle, Upper East Side

"Classic uptown New Yorker where JFK trysted with Marilyn"

To stay at The Carlyle is to experience the very best of life in one of the world's most electrifying cities. With rooms reminiscent of an elegant private residence, a discrete and seasoned staff, and world-class dining and entertainment, the hotel is synonymous with privilege - a secret shared by the hotel's long history of prominent guests from world affairs, business, society, the arts and entertainment.

Named after British essayist Thomas Carlyle, the magnificent hotel designed by Bien and Prince, was completed in 1931. From its brilliant location on Madison Avenue, the quiet and genteel hotel has dominated the Upper East Side skyline for 70 years offering enviable views of Central Park to its guests. Initially decorated in the Empire manner by Dorothy Draper and updated by the formidable Mark Hampton, the hotel maintains a unique, understated elegance and a strong Art Deco influence that has defined New York chic since 1930.

The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel, offers 179 spacious guestrooms and suites, each decorated in a refined aristocratic style with original artwork and antiques. Beds are layered with 440-thread-count, custom-designed sheets by Rivolta Carmignani of Milan and down duvets with monogrammed Carlyle covers. Walls are adorned with Audubon prints, 18th-century architectural renderings by Piranesi, or English country scenes by Kips. Flat-screen, high-definition TVs come with DVD players. High-speed Internet access is available for a surcharge. Minibars or pantries are stocked with gourmet foods and drinks. Marble bathrooms include makeup/shaving mirrors, fresh flowers, Kiehl’s products, Frette bathrobes, and slippers.

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35 East 76th Street, New York, NY 10021, USA

Hotel facilities:

  • 190 rooms available


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