The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel, is a combination luxury and residential hotel located at 35 East 76th Street on the northeast corner of Madison Avenue, in the Upper East Side area of New York City. The hotel is designed in Art Deco style and was named after Scottish essayist Thomas Carlyle.
Just one block from Central Park, this historic Manhattan hotel is a five minute walk from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and a 15-minute walk from the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum. Upper East Side is a great choice for art admirers, foodies and culture buffs. This Manhattan hotel also hosts several art galleries and shopping stores.
This charming, quietly elegant hotel has been a city mainstay since 1930. Uniformed elevator operators whisk guests up to spacious Empire- and Art Deco-style rooms that feel like private Upper East Side apartments—classic, comfortable, refined. The discreet, knowledgeable staff has expertly catered to generations of regulars, including celebrities, Presidents and royalty.
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Written by Joakim