Personal service and attention to detail have been hallmarks of The Carlyle since 1930. You can expect concierge assistance, twice-daily maid service, and white-gloved elevator operators. It's no wonder that The Carlyle has attracted celebrities and heads of state, including Mick Jagger, Prince Charles, and John F. Kennedy (who reportedly held trysts with Marilyn Monroe at The Carlyle). You’ll feel like a part of the A-list as you dine in the English manor-style restaurant or legendary supper club. Indulge in Sense Spa’s holistic treatments or get a makeover at the Yves Durif salon. Register for the hotel’s Rose Buds program, and pamper your children with Baby Primrose skincare products, tea, and other services for the little ones.
Exuding the rarefied air of an Upper East Side pied-à-terre, The Carlyle's rooms and suites look out into the Manhattan skyline, Madison Avenue, or 76th Street. Accordingly, guestrooms showcase original artwork and antiques, hardwood floors, and wool area rugs. The decor deftly weaves Louis XVI flair with modern accouterments: iPod docking station, wireless Internet access (surcharge), and TV with DVD player and digital cable are standard amenities. You can also luxuriate in terrycloth bathrobes, slippers, and another New York original: Kiehl’s toiletries.