Don't miss the many events at Cafe Carlyle.
Since its 1930 debut, The Carlyle has been a New York institution, presiding over the city from Madison Avenue. Leaders in politics, the arts, and business have stayed at The Carlyle throughout the decades, so don't be surprised to find yourself amidst present-day icons and idols.
Home to just 188 rooms and suites, ranging from 350 sq. ft. to 2,600 sq. ft., every space oozes luxury. Details like hardwood floors, rich area rugs, and unique artwork generate the feel of a big city pied-a-terre. And at the Carlyle, you'll share space with well-heeled Manhattanites, whose residential apartments are spread throughout the hotel.
Before dinner, imbibe at Bemelmans Bar, an Art Deco masterpiece restored by Thierry Despont in 2002. Afterward, dine with the creme de la creme of the New York social scene at The Carlyle Restaurant, serving up regional American fare with French flair. The next morning, refresh at Sense spa, designed by Mark Zeff to evoke 1940s glamor.