The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel, Upper East Side, Manhattan, New York, USA
A timeless classic nestled in the heart of the Upper East Side. Since its 1930 debut, The Carlyle has been a New York institution, presiding over the city from Madison Avenue.
The Carlyle is legendary: not just for its
first-class combination of discretion and grace, but also its gorgeous Art Deco
influence and exquisite décor from legendary designers like Dorothy Draper,
Mark Hampton, Alexandra Champalimaud and Thierry Despont.
Home to just 188 rooms and suites, ranging from 350 sq ft to 2600 sq ft, every space oozes luxury. and all the detail eludes the feel of a big city pied-à-terre.
Leaders in politics, the arts, and business have stayed here throughout the decades, so don’t be surprised to find yourself sharing space with present-day icons and idols, alongside well-heeled Manhattanites, whose residential apartments are also spread throughout the hotel.