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The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel in New York, New York
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 an elegant private residential atmosphere, which includes a discreet and polished staff as well as world-class dining and entertainment. A legend among Manhattan hotels, this special oasis provides a quiet and genteel "home away from home" for sophisticated travelers in the heart of one of the world's most vibrant cities.
Located on chic Madison Avenue, The Carlyle is surrounded by galleries and designer boutiques on New York's smart Upper East Side. Minutes from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, the Whitney and the Frick, the hotel is within easy reach of what is commonly referred to as "Museum Mile." The 187 rooms and suites offer elegant views of Central Park and Manhattan's Upper West Side. Gracious and romantic formal dining awaits guests in The Carlyle Restaurant while legendary entertainers create the quintessential New York cabaret experience in the famed Café Carlyle. A bright and airy Fitness Center state-of-the-art equipment for refreshing exercise, and includes a complete menu of massage therapy and other spa services. Surrounded by the finest of New York, guest of the Carlyle will feel exclusively at home.
Location of The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel
Nearest Airport: LGA
Amenities for The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel
- General Information
- 180 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Fitness Center
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel
We stayed here a couple of weeks ago and enjoyed ourselves. The hotel is a little dated, but was still very elegant. However, the lead housekeeper Dee was so wonderful. She always made sure that we had everything we needed and was quick to take care of any needs. She helped make our trip that much better. Thank you!
Colorado79 - Denver, Colorado
My wife and I reserved a room and made a dinner reservation at The Carlyle as part of a special Valentine's Day package. Our room was quite nice and it included champagne on ice and several chocolate covered strawberries. Unfortunately, dinner was one problem after another. It took 10 minutes to get a wine list, my beef was significantly over cooked, our side dishes consisted of 2 kinds of potatoes, and we waited 40 minutes for our dessert before we walked out without ever getting it.
twellsr2 - Bronxville, New York
My wife and I travel to NYC often and we always stay at The Carlyle. Great staff, great location, and great service. One of the last "grand" hotels in NYC. Been staying there for years and have never been disappointed. There are newer, "glitzier" hotels in NYC but none with the class, grace, and history of The Carlyle. We love it.
west8009 - Birmingham, Alabama
We spent the weekend at the Carlyle. I booked a month in advance, directly with the hotel. A few days before our stay I received an email confirmation but with a rate that was 30% higher than my original confirmed rate. I emailed the hotel, and was informed that the rate had changed due to occupancy but that "as a onetime courtesy we will honour the original rate". On a confirmed booking secured with a credit card. This was a first in decades of international hotel stays. I emailed a second time, as the "onetime courtesy" really irritated me. The response I got then was that this must have been a glitch. Net net, I felt like the hotel was trying to pull a fast one. But we stayed there anyway, as we had a reservation at the Cafe Carlyle and it was all just too convenient. For some reason, our room was boiling hot and the heating system is positioned to blow directly on the bed. We spent the weekend with the window open just to make the room bearable (February!). All other points were fine - breakfast, staff, amenities, etc. It's a lovely old hotel, very grand. But we will not stay here again, as I am still irritated by the monkey business with the rate.
americantravelgirl - New Canaan, Connecticut
As always, a real pleasure to stay at the Carlyle. The staff is truly first rate and there seems to be dozens of them always ready to help and serve. really enjoyed the Isaac Mizrahi show at the Cafe Carlyle
Daniel M - Geneva, Switzerland