The Carlyle Hotel

Part of the Rosewood Hotel family, New York’s The Carlyle Hotel maintains the signature glitz, glamour, and elegance that travelers have come to expect from the Upper East Side establishment. Built in the 1930s, The Carlyle was designed by Bien & Price and named in honor of the British essayist Thomas Carlyle. With over 193 rooms and suites, the hotel is a New York destination in and of itself. Sweeping views of Central Park and the city below are huge selling points for guests looking for an iconic and sophisticated New York experience. Its guest list of celebrity visitors includes every American president since Truman, members of the royal family, The Prince of Wales, late Princess Diana, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and the Kings and Queens of Denmark, Greece, Spain, and Sweden.

Rooms and suites exclusively designed note-worthy names like Dorothy Draper, Mark Hampton, Alexandra Champalimaud and Thierry Despont provide a glimpse into the splendor that abounds throughout The Carlyle. Room offerings include: the Superior Room, Superior Tower Room, Deluxe Room, Premier Room, Deluxe Tower Room. Suites at the hotel follow a similar format: the Superior Suite, Deluxe Suite, Premier Suite, Superior Two-Bedroom Suite, Carlyle Suite, Deluxe Two-Bedroom Suite, Premier Two-Bedroom Suite, Central Park View Suite, Central Park Tower Suite, and the Empire Suite. Extended stays are also offered to guests who require them.

Dining at the hotel is available from morning until night. Options include the hotel’s namesake restaurant, The Carlyle Restaurant, Café Carlyle, The Gallery, and Bemelmans Bar. Reservations can be made online.

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