The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel
Upper Eastside (Manhattan), New York, United States of America
At a Glance
Experience the hotel's jazz scene with a visit to Bemelmans Bar, there's live music every evening from 5pm
An exceptional location on the Upper East Side next to Central Park
An iconic landmark hotel with a rich history dating back to the 1930s
Frequented by Presidents, members of European Royal families and celebrities
Meet the Executive Chef and head out on a Farmers Market Tour at the Union Square Greenmarket
Best time to Visit
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Summer or winter, rain or shine, there's always great stuff going on in New York, so when you're planning a trip, there's no real "best" or "worst" time to go. Weather wise fall and spring are the best times in New York. From April to June and September to November, temperatures are mild and pleasant, and the light is beautiful. Summers can be hot and humid while winter snowfalls are not uncommon.
September to December is conference season in New York, and we would advise booking early for travel during this period.
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Overlooking leafy Central Park, The Carlyle is one of New York's most iconic landmark hotels. Exuding an unmatched level of elegance and delivering high-end luxury service, The Carlyle stands as a timeless classic, and has welcomed guests since the 1930s.
A stay at The Carlyle in New York City promises to be unforgettable. Built in 1930, the hotel oozes an undeniable historical charm that simply cannot be found elsewhere.
Drawing international visitors for decades, the hotel continues to reign as the pinnacle of luxury for sophisticated travellers. The Carlyle has been given a modern refresh, boasting sumptuous amenities and state of the art facilities, yet the classical decor and nostalgic atmosphere nods to the fascinating historical heritage the hotel is famous for. The figurative guest-book is impressive, with every American president since Truman visiting the hotel, as well as European head of states and members of the royal family; the Carlyle is a true institution for the discerning luxury traveller.
Guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining. Delight in seasonal fine food in the graceful Carlyle Restaurant, enjoy a tipple and live jazz music in Bemelman's Bar or be transported to the golden age of New York at Cafe Carlyle, where classic cabaret is combined with decadent menus and expensive wines. The hotel's dining scene attracts Manhattan socialites and whether or not you're there for a quick drink in the bar or a special dinner, The Carlyle is an exceptional place to see and be seen.
With 121 lavish guest rooms and 69 opulent suites, The Carlyle boasts an exquisite collection of dazzling city retreats, decorated by famous designers and well-appointed with plush bed-linens, Kiehl's bathroom amenities and classic custom furnishings. After a day of exploring the bustling streets of Manhattan, the residential neighbourhood of Brooklyn or cycling Central Park, The Carlyle promises a sanctuary like no other.
Furnished in a variety of tasteful colour schemes, the guest rooms offer absolute comfort and unprecedented luxury. Featuring unique artwork and delicate antiques, the rooms are graceful. Suites are lavish with ample living space to relax in, enlarged bathrooms and many have breathtaking views of Central Park. In keeping with the hotel's heritage, some suites also feature grand pianos that add an authentic touch.
|Deluxe Tower Room|
|Superior Tower Room|
|Superior Two-Bedroom Suite|
|Central Park Tower Suite|
|Central Park View Suite|
|Deluxe Two Bedroom Suite|
|Premier Two Bedroom Suite|
The Carlyle offers a full babysitting service which can be pre-booked or organised with the concierge. Upon request before arrival, the hotel can outfit guest rooms and suites with full sized cribs, child sized bathrobes and slippers as well as changing tables. There are also children's menus for in room dining.
Dining at The Carlyle offers a traditional New York experience. Famous for its Dover Sole and Lobster Thermidor, The Carlyle Restaurant offers a fancy à la carte, chic decor and impeccable service. Guests can enjoy delectable Afternoon Tea at The Gallery or visit Bemelman's Bar for a handcrafted cocktail and live jazz performances.
Guests will also have access to the Sisley-Paris Spa, which offers the highest quality skin and massage treatments, make up and fragrances. There is also a hair salon, where celebrity stylist Yves Durif provides guests with exceptional grooming and pampering in the heart of the city.
A fitness centre is located in the Sisley-Paris Spa and features state-of-the-art equipment.
Lying a few blocks from Central Park, The Carlyle is in a prime position to enjoy the gems of the Upper East Side. Enjoy a gentle stroll through Central Park, take a bicycle ride along the many paths or indulge in a gourmet picnic by the lake. Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art (also known as The Met), the largest museum in the United States, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum or the hotel's own Blain | Di Donna gallery.
Get off the beaten path in Brooklyn and see the city through the eyes of a local on these fun and friendly cycling tours through one of New York's coolest neighbourhoods, getting insider tips on the city's best-kept secrets.
Catch a show on Broadway
Whether you’re a Jet or a Shark, there’s nothing quite like going to a Broadway show to get your toes tapping. Ask us about tickets for anything from Matilda, Blue Man Group, Newsies to The Book of Mormon.
One World Observatory
The One World Observatory is located on floors 100-102 of One World Trade Center and offers phenomenal views over Manhattan. The Sky Pod lifts are an attraction within themselves, taking you on a virtual thrill ride of NYC's rapidly changing cityscape.
The Statue of Liberty
To most, she's the symbol of New York, so why not take a ferry from Manhattan across to Ellis Island and visit the Statue of Liberty, enjoying the views of New York from a different viewpoint. For visits all the way up to the crown, do book early!