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.
The Premier Suites with city views offer spacious residential style living featuring a luxurious foyer, large living room and bedroom with a king bed (710-1,000 sq. ft.)
Designed in a residential style, The Carlyle Suites are spacious and inviting one-bedroom accommodations overlooking Madison Avenue (800 sq. ft.)
The Central Park Suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows offering sweeping views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline (1,200 sq. ft.)
Distinctive New York dining experiences range from chic American cuisine at The Carlyle Restaurant, and English tea in The Gallery, to supper club cabaret at Café Carlyle, and the authentic Manhattan backdrop of Bemelmans Bar.
A classic New York destination, The Carlyle Restaurant offers an elegant and chic dining experience. Our Executive Chef has created a menu of classic American cuisine with European flair that features favorites such as Dover Sole and Lobster Bisque, in addition to seasonal specialties
Originally opened in 1955, Café Carlyle offers a classic cabaret experience with incredible talent – including past classic performers such as Bobby Short, Elaine Stritch and Eartha Kitt. Guests can now experience modern-day acts such as Isaac Mizrahi, Judy Collins, Alan Cumming, Rita Wilson, Steve Tyrell and John Pizzarelli. The intimate supper club is highlighted by music-themed murals by Oscar-winning French artist, Marcel Vertès.
Inspired by the Topkapi Palace in Turkey, The Gallery was designed under the creative direction of the legendary Renzo Mongiardino. The space features hand-painted wallpaper by Milanese artist Enrico Brus and intaglio-like painted views of landmarks such as Venice’s Church of Santa Maria del Salute and Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia. Guests can enjoy an all-day a la carte menu, afternoon tea or cocktails.
A favorite of Upper East Siders and visitors alike since 1947, Bemelmans Bar is a special hideaway where artist and author Ludwig Bemelmans’ whimsical illustrations come to life. Best remembered for his beloved Madeline series of children’s books, the murals are the only public surviving commission of his work. Guests can enjoy classic cocktails while swinging to lively music, including performances by Earl Rose, Rob Mosci, Loston Harris and David Budway.
The Gallery features a modern twist on classics, such as Hudson Valley Foie Gras Torchon and assorted house-made pâtés, along with a complete English tea with exotic teas, tea sandwiches, scones with authentic Devonshire cream and fresh pastries.