The Carlyle, a Rosewood Hotel, New York, USA
Epitomizes the Impeccable Service
A bastion of Upper East Side sophistication known for impeccable service and privacy, The Carlyle hotel has captivated the world’s most sophisticated travelers since its debut in 1930. Distinctive New York dining experiences range from timeless American cuisine at Dowling’s at The Carlyle to Afternoon Tea in The Gallery, to supper club cabaret at Café Carlyle, and the authentic Manhattan backdrop of Bemelmans Bar.
To Stay at This Legendary Manhattan Hotel Is to Experience One of Life’s Finest Rewards.
Built in 1930, The Carlyle is a New York City luxury hotel that exudes charm and elegance. For generations, it has been a home away from home for world leaders, celebrities and sophisticated travelers. Guests indulge in remarkable privacy, luxury and impeccable service at this award-winning property. Designed by the noted architectural firm Bien & Prince and named in honor of British essayist Thomas Carlyle, The Carlyle— a Manhattan landmark for decades— continues to be the pinnacle of luxury for sophisticated travelers.
With 189 lavish rooms, including 90 suites, The Carlyle offers the exclusive ambiance of an Upper East Side pied-à-terre. Exquisitely decorated by legendary designers such as Tony Chi and Thierry Despont, our luxury New York accommodations are a wonderful example of elegance and comfort. The one-of-a-kind Presidential Suite offers the ultimate Manhattan living experience, with 360-degree views of the city.
Designed by the renowned Thierry Despont, The Carlyle's one-of-a-kind Empire Suite offers floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of Central Park. Located on the 28th and 29th floors, this exclusive residential-style duplex suite features two king beds, four-and-a-half bathrooms, office, full kitchen and two separate sitting areas.