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The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel offers a first-class combination of discretion and grace, while the 190 rooms and suites feature elegant views of Central Park and Manhattan’s skyline. Gracious and romantic dining awaits guests in The Carlyle Restaurant while legendary entertainers create the quintessential New York cabaret experience in the famed Café Carlyle. The legendary Bemelmans Bar offers live jazz music every night of the year.
Long known as the NYC home for everyone from celebrities to world leaders, The Carlyle has engrained itself in the fabric of the Upper East Side as a sophisticated, timeless classic.
Designed by New York-based, award-winning design practice tonychi, the emotion of The Carlyle’s newly refreshed guestrooms are inspired by the glamour and beauty of Manhattan’s pre-war era. This is where quintessential apartment living meets modern day, with luxurious fixtures and furnishings, black-and-white lacquered paneling, bespoke, illustrated wallpapers of whimsical vignettes from Central Park — an echo of Ludwig Bemelmans and Marcel Vertes — and a thoughtful curation of artwork, book and collected everyday finds, all of which emanates a smart, residential look and feel worthy of this iconic hotel.
Ensuring that guests are able to stick to their fitness plans while on vacation, The Carlyle’s fitness studio, located in The Sisley-Paris Spa at The Carlyle, features state-of-the-art fitness equipment from Technogym as well as on-site trainers.
Sisley-Paris, one of the most prestigious cosmetic brands, delivers high quality skin care products, make-up and fragrances. Built on a tradition of phyto-cosmetology, Sisley-Paris offers effective, highly performing methods of treatment for all skin types.
A classic New York destination, The Carlyle Restaurant offers guests an elegant and chic dining experience. Executive Chef Ron Pietruszka has created a menu of classic American cuisine with European flair that features favorites such as Dover Sole and Lobster Bisque, in addition to seasonal specialties. The restaurant’s mirrored alcoves and dramatic six-foot tall floral arrangement complete the intimate country house ambience.
Named in honor of Ludwig Bemelmans, the creator of the classic Madeline children’s books, Bemelmans Bar is a timeless location that continues to attract socialites, politicians, movie stars and moguls with its extensive drink menu and nightly live entertainment.
The heart of this hotel is about personalized service, so The Carlyle is truly for any traveler that wants to feel like they are in a home away from home in the middle of Manhattan.
Set off Madison Avenue, this luxe, art deco-inspired hotel is a block from Central Park, a 9-minute walk from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and a 4-minute walk from the 77 Street Station subway.
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