The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel is a timeless classic. This New York luxury hotel showcases refined taste and creates a true Manhattan experience for sophisticated travelers.
The Carlyle has been a favourite of everyone from Jackie O to Lady Di. A handsome 35-storey 1930s Beaux Arts building, it’s a wonderful merging of old world elegance and contemporary style, recent updates to its Art Deco interiors including a lavish restyling of the black and gold hued marble lobby now hung with oil paintings that call to mind a Renaissance museum.
With 190 lavish rooms and suites, The Carlyle offers the exclusive ambiance of an Upper East Side pied-à-terre. Exquisitely decorated by legendary designers such as Dorothy Draper, Mark Hampton, Alexandra Champalimaud and Thierry Despont, these luxury New York accommodations are a wonderful example of elegance and comfort.
THE CARLYLE RESTAURANT
With fine food and gracious settings, The Carlyle Restaurant is the perfect venue for an exquisite meal. The restaurant’s mirrored alcoves, a dramatic six foot tall floral arrangement and vintage photographs by Harry Benson complete the intimate country house ambience.
Patrons ready to devote their full attention to a seasonally motivated menu from the Executive Chef immediately feel at home in the restaurant, which is known for its Dover Sole.
The golden age of New York cabaret comes alive each night at Café Carlyle. With an authentic Manhattan backdrop and a soundtrack that is classic cabaret, Café Carlyle is known for headlining incredible talents; including Laura Benanti, Alan Cumming, Judy Collins and Woody Allen, who regularly appears with the Eddy Davis New Orleans jazz band. Music has always been an essential part of The Carlyle, and it is on spectacular display at the Café Carlyle since its debut in 1955.
Seating up to 90 for dinner and a performance, the supper club offers a unique intimate space and is highlighted by music-themed wall murals by Marcel Vertès. At Café Carlyle, guests experience and engage in the lost language of elegance and sophistication. As the New York bastion of classic cabaret entertainment, Café Carlyle completes the Manhattan experience.
Named in honor of Ludwig Bemelmans, the creator of the classic Madeline children’s books, Bemelmans Bar is a timeless location that continues to attract socialites, politicians, movie stars and moguls with its extensive drink menu and nightly live entertainment.
The bar maintains its Art Deco legacy with chocolate-brown leather banquettes, nickel-trimmed black glass tabletops, a dramatic black granite bar and a 24-karat gold leaf-covered ceiling. Guests are charmed by its distinct New York style and the large-scale murals in the hotel bar, the only surviving Bemelmans’ commission open to the public.
Inspired by the sultan’s dining room at the Topikapi Palace in Turkey, The Gallery is an exquisite, private retreat for refined dining. Divided into two tiers, it was designed by the legendary decorator Renzo Mongiardino for comfort and elegance. With deep red wallpapers, banquettes made from antique kilims and red-fringed velvet chairs, guests are tempted to linger.
The Gallery features a modern twist on classics, such as Hudson Valley Foie Gras Torchon and assorted house made Pâtés. The Gallery also serves a complete English tea with exotic teas (including Assam, Lapsang Souchang and Verveine), traditional tea sandwiches, scones with authentic Devonshire cream and fresh pastries.
wellness & spa
For an upscale Upper East Side retreat, The Carlyle delivers exceptional service and world-class amenities. Featuring one of best spas in New York, guests can also relax and rejuvenate at the salon and fitness center to experience some of life’s finest rewards.
the Sisley-Paris Spa
Sisley, one of the most prestigious cosmetic brands, delivers high quality skin care products, make-up and fragrances. Built on a tradition of phyto-cosmetology, Sisley offers effective, highly performing methods of treatment for all skin types.
Discover Sisley’s Phyto-Aromatic Treatments and let yourself be transported to a wonderful sensorial world. Benefit from the unique “savoir faire” and experience of a prestigious brand best known for its use of essential oils and plant extracts to create highly effective products of the highest possible quality. The Sisley Phyto-Aromatic Treatments combine massage rituals from all over the world, created with the respect of ancient traditions, and the power of aromatherapy, to rejuvenate the body and mind.
New York, NY, United States 🇺🇸
Epicenter of the arts. Dining and shopping capital. Trendsetter. New York City wears many crowns, and spreads an irresistible feast for all.
Nexus of the Arts
The Met, MoMA and the Guggenheim are just the beginning of a dizzying list of art-world icons. You’ll find museums devoted to everything from fin de siècle Vienna to immigrant life in the Lower East Side, and sprawling galleries filled with Japanese sculpture, postmodern American painting, Himalayan textiles and New York City lore. For a glimpse of current and future greats, delve into the cutting-edge galleries of Chelsea and the Lower East Side, with their myriad exhibition spaces and festive opening-night parties (usually Thursday night if you want to join in).
With its compact size and streets packed with eye-candy of all sorts – architectural treasures, Old World cafes, atmospheric booksellers – NYC is a wanderer’s delight. Crossing continents is as easy as walking a few avenues in this jumbled city of 200-plus nationalities. You can lose yourself in the crowds of Chinatown amid bright Buddhist temples and steaming noodle shops, then stroll up to Nolita for enticing boutiques and coffee-tasting. Every neighborhood offers a dramatically different version of the city, from the 100-year-old Jewish delis of the Upper West Side to the meandering cobblestone lanes of Greenwich Village. And the best way to experience it is to walk its streets.
The Night Is Young
When the sun sinks slowly beyond the Hudson and luminous skyscrapers light up the night, New York transforms into one grand stage. Well-known actors take to the legendary theaters of Broadway as world-class soloists, dancers and musicians perform at venues large and small across town. Whether high culture or low, New York embraces it all: in-your-face rock shows at Williamsburg dives, lavish opera productions at the Lincoln Center, and everything in between. This is a city of experimental theater, improv comedy, indie cinema, ballet, poetry, burlesque, jazz and so much more. If you can dream it up, it’s probably happening.
There’s never been a better time to dine in New York. It’s a hotbed of seasonal and locally sourced cuisine – with restaurants growing vegetables on roof gardens or upstate farms, sourcing meats and seafood from nearby sustainable outfits, and embracing artisanal everything, from coffee roasting and whiskey distilling to chocolate- and cheese-making. Bars have also taken creativity to new heights, with pre-Prohibition-era cocktails served alongside delectable small plates – indeed, gastropubs are some of the most creative places to eat these days. Of course, you can also hit a gourmet food truck or dine at one of the 20,000-plus sit-down restaurants.
Forget Times Square and the Statue of Liberty – if you want to see the real New York, you need to head to Brooklyn. These days, the name is shorthand for ‘artsy cool’ the world over, but there’s far more here than hipster stereotypes. This sprawling borough (more than three times the size of Manhattan) is actually home to some of NYC’s most interesting, historic and culturally diverse neighborhoods, with singularly fantastic dining, drinking, shopping and entertainment options – not to mention some of the best river views in the five boroughs.