An oasis of understated luxury, The Carlyle New York has become a “home away from home” for sophisticated travellers. Offering a first-class combination of discretion and grace, the hotel’s 188 rooms and suites feature elegant views of Central Park and Manhattan’s skyline. Since the 1930s, The Carlyle New York event spaces have hosted high-powered meetings and remarkable events. Featuring a distinctive Art Deco façade and an elegantly ornamented roof, the venue atmosphere is timeless and fitting for any occasion.
Gracious formal dining awaits guests in The Carlyle Restaurant, while legendary entertainers create the quintessential New York cabaret experience in the famed Cafe Carlyle. The strong Art Deco influences, introduced by the hotel’s first decorator Dorothy Draper, have been meticulously maintained. Most notable is the famed black and white marbled lobby and the Art Deco motifs of the hotel’s specialty suites.
The pinnacle of luxury for over 75 years, The Carlyle’s 64 spacious suites, including the Tower and Royal Suites, are generously sized, lavishly appointed and distinctively furnished. In keeping with the hotel’s musical heritage and residential style, several suites feature Steinway or Baldwin baby grand pianos. Guests and residents also have access to the elegant urban retreat, the Sense Spa. The Carlyle restaurant is an elegant private escape for clientele offering superb traditional cuisine, refined decor, and discreet services.
The Gallery, which leads to the restaurant, is the “living room” of The Carlyle. Cafe Carlyle has made an indelible mark on the entertainment and social landscape of New York City since its opening in 1955. The landmark Cafe, has played host to such legendary talents as Bobby Short, Woody Allen, Elaine Stritch and Judy Collins. The event space at The Carlyle stretches across 3,781 square feet. The Versailles and Trianon suites are an ideal setting for meetings, private dining and board meetings.