Located on Madison Avenue, The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel is an easy stroll to myriad of museums, galleries, boutiques, and the green spaces of Central Park in the heart of New York.
For more than 90 years, this Manhattan landmark has hosted world leaders and A-list celebrities from Woody Allen to Sofia Coppola. Today, families from across the world continue to enjoy the five-star luxury of its suites, restaurants, clubs, and spa.
With 192 lavish rooms, including 92 suites, The Carlyle exudes the atmosphere of an Upper East Side pied-à-terre.
Exquisitely decorated by designers Tony Chi and Thierry Despont, you will be swathed in a cocoon of comfort a world away from the buzz of yellow cabs. With floor-to-ceiling windows you can enjoy sweeping views of the iconic skyline punctuated by the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building.
The hotel’s fine dining restaurants includes Dowling’s with a menu that showcases some New York staples both past and present. Swing the night away at Bemelmans Bar where you can enjoy a Manhattan sundowner and see the illustrations of artist Ludwig Bemelmans come to life. Head to Café Carlyle for a cabaret and haunt of classic performers as Elaine Stritch and Eartha Kitt.
This pinnacle of luxury, designed by Bien & Prince, named in honour of British essayist Thomas Carlyle, is a family-friendly hotel offering services from a kids’ menu to babysitting through its Rosewood Explorers. This allows parents to enjoy a romantic break in the city that never sleeps.
After a day exploring the nearby Metropolitan Museum of Art or Guggenheim, retreat to the Valmont Spa and indulge in the signature anti-aging treatments harnessing the expertise of Swiss cellular cosmetics. Exclusive in-house boutiques at the hotel include Helly Nahmad Gallery, Vera Wang, and Gabriela Hearst.