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The Carlyle, New York

Classic Luxury Hotel | City Setting
35 East 76th Street at Madison Avenue - New York - NY 10021 - USA
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Hotel Introduction

A legendary Manhattan symbol of luxury and sophistication, the Carlyle has been the hotel of choice for international leaders, business tycoons, and entertainment’s biggest names since the 1930s. Guests enjoy the cosy, private world created by the Carlyle, with an elite staff that takes discrete service to a whole new level. The Art Deco building has employed the services of design luminaries ranging from Dorothy Draper to current greats such as Thierry Despont.

The Carlyle provides a number of ways to enjoy your time in the city. An exclusive number of rooms serve both short- and long-term clients’ needs, while a few apartments—all managed by the Carlyle—are available to purchase for use as a New York City pied-a-terre. Other facilities at the hotel include four sensational restaurants and bars, magnificent day spa, and a pet-friendly environment.

The hotel rooms are individually decorated and boast hardwood floors, custom fabrics and linens, and original artwork. A few of the upscale amenities guests rave about are the slippers and monogrammed terrycloth bathrobes, Kiehl’s toiletries, iPod docking station, private fax machine, and wireless Internet access.

The Carlyle Restaurant is a popular choice with socially prominent New Yorkers. Its English manor style and elegant décor are a perfect backdrop for the cuisine, which is traditional American fare infused with Greek and classic French flair. Café Carlyle is a throwback to once-prevalent supper clubs, where American grill favourites are paired with a fantastic line-up of entertainers. The Gallery, inspired by the sultan’s dining room at the Topikapi Palace in Turkey, offers breakfast and a la carte dining until 2 p.m., as well as a scrumptious traditional English tea. Bemelman’s Bar, named for the creator of the classic Madeline children’s books, serves classic cocktails and sophisticated bar food.

Sense, a Rosewood Spa, is one of the city’s most prominent day spas, catering to sophisticated New Yorkers and guests alike. The serene setting incorporates upscale materials, a classic sensibility, and the latest tools and know-how in the world of beauty and skincare. Choose from body treatments, massages, skin care, and beauty basics at the spa, or treat yourself to an exhilarating workout in the advanced fitness centre.

Hotel Features
Café Carlyle is a New York landmark, famous for showcasing the talents of headliners such as Eartha Kitt, Ute Lemper, and Woody Allen. It’s also synonymous with the legendary Bobby Short, who played to sell-out crowds for more than 30 years and whose spirit still lives on within the walls.

The Carlyle provides two graceful, elegant function spaces: the Trianon Suite, ideal for dinner and dancing, and the Versailles Suite, an intimate setting for business or pleasure. The well-appointed venues include high-speed Internet access and a full complement of audio-visual services.

The Carlyle is ideally positioned on Madison Avenue, offering sweeping views of the world-famous Central Park and easy access to the encircling Upper East Side galleries and boutiques, as well as the nearby “Museum Mile".

Trains are available at the nearby 77th Street Station
10 miles from LaGuardia Airport
17 miles from JFK Airport
19 miles from Newark Airport
Transfers to the hotel can be arranged through the hotel concierge.
A fee will be charged where applicable.

35 East 76th Street at Madison Avenue - New York - NY 10021 - USA

Tel: (+1) 212 744 1600
Fax: (+1) 212 717 4682


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