A legendary Manhattan boutique hotel
A timeless classic, The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel has been called home by leaders in world affairs, business, society, entertainment and the arts since its debut in 1930. Brilliantly positioned on Madison Avenue, it is a true New York landmark — a showcase of great art, a purveyor of privacy and a sanctuary of refined taste. Guests feel truly ensconced in the elegant private residential atmosphere of this unparalleled New York boutique hotel.
The Carlyle owes its refined interior style to an inimitable roster of designers, including past greats Dorothy Draper and Mark Hampton to present-day stars Thierry Despont and Alexandra Champalimaud. Recent updates to the hotel's accommodations uphold The Carlyle's venerable design heritage while adding a touch of contemporary panache.
With just 188 rooms and suites distributed among the hotel's 60 residential apartments, The Carlyle offers the exclusive ambience of an Upper East Side pied-à-terre.
A long-time favorite among prominent eastside neighbors and socialites, The Carlyle Restaurant, designed in the English manor house style by the late Mark Hampton, combines luxury and intimacy. Patrons feel at home at once, ready to devote their full attention to the menu that spotlights dishes from Executive Chef James Sakatos' native Greece, classic French influences and the finest regional American ingredients.
The Carlyle, with its elegant Art Deco façade and exquisitely ornamented roof, has established itself as the scene for high-powered meetings and high society soirées. Its timeless atmosphere imparts both grace and authority to any occasion. Today, The Carlyle is a favored gathering place for a new generation of movers and shakers, fashion glitterati, A-list celebrities and ladies who lunch.
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