A NEW YORK LANDMARK

Central Park is a beautiful oasis in the heart of Manhattan.

DISCOVER POP ART

The Museum of Modern Art houses a large collection of paintings, such as Vincent van Gogh's famed, The Starry Night.

WELCOME TO BROADWAY

A trip to New York is not complete without a visit to Broadway.

MADISON AVENUE AND BEYOND

From the glitzty streets of Madison Avenue to Midtown, Soho and the Meatpacking District, New York is a feast for the true shopping connoisseur. Whether visitors are looking for luxury flagships, or small, idiosyncratic gems, New York has it all.

IN HOUSE BOUTIQUES

New York is home to a collection of chic and trendy boutiques. From up-and-coming designer stores to individual gems tucked down quiet side streets, visitors will find a well-curated selection suitable for all styles, be it casual chic, bohemian or romantic.

As one of the most exciting cities in the world, New York offers an endless array of recreation and events that will please any urban explorer. Located on the Upper East Side, guests of The Carlyle are just a short distance away from Central Park, and a wealth of outdoor activities and world-class performances.

ESSENTIALS

Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge, a steel-wire suspension bridge completed in 1883, spans the East River connecting the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. A stroll along its promenade offers breathtaking, panoramic views of New York City and takes about 40 minutes to complete. 

Statue of Liberty

This 305 feet tall statue was for many their first glimpse of America and remains today one of the world’s most recognizable landmarks.  The Statue is once again open and visitors can climb up to the crown - a quintessential New York experience.

Top of the Rock

Top of the Rock

Enjoy 360-degree views of New York City from atop 30 Rockefeller Plaza, one of Manhattan’s Art Deco landmarks. Outdoor and indoor viewing decks look over the whole of the city from Central Park to the Brooklyn Bridge. At winter, the Rockefeller Plaza is also home to the world’s most famous Christmas Tree.
Photo courtesy of Tishman Speyer/Photographer Bart Barlow.

ALSO SEE

ENTERTAINMENT AT THE CARLYLE

ENTERTAINMENT AT THE CARLYLE

Guests will never have to venture far for entertainment in New York. In fact, they can stay within the comforts and luxury of The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel. This legendary location is renowned for featuring top musical talents, including: Sutton Foster, Loston Harris, Judy Collins and Woody Allen & the Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band.