The Carlyle, New York
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The Carlyle, New York

The Carlyle, New York
  The Carlyle Hotel has made heads turn with an unbeatable combination of elegance along with the twin virtues of luxury and beauty thrown into one grand package. The Carlyle Hotel, A Rosewood Hotel is located at 35 East 76th Street on Madison Avenue in the Upper East Side neighborhood of New York City. Reports in the media suggest that the most important significance of this luxurious hotel is the old world charm it exudes allied with all modern facilities a tourist can hope for. This contemporary hotel has been owned by the Rosewoods Hotels and Resorts group since the year 2001. However the hotel is now formally known only as “The Carlyle”. This stunning landmark has been designed by renowned architects Bien and Prince using the “Art Deco” architectural style. The grand building comes equipped with a grand total of 180 rental rooms and suites along with 60 privately owned residences. Interestingly, the Carlyle’s historic reference includes the apartment on its 34th floor which was once occupied by iconic American President John F Kennedy for the last ten years of his life. Reportedly the beautiful and elegant Carlyle Hotel has two of the best entertainment sections in its rooms. The hotel’s iconic Bemelmans bar is best known for its classy piano lounge and has the reputation of serving the best martinis in town. Cafe Carlyle is known for its wonderful supper club where several renowned international artists of the likes of Debbie Reynolds, Clint Holmes have been plying their trade since ages. The place has also hosted famous jazz musicians like George Feyer. Reports circulating in the media also confirm that musician Mick Jagger prefers staying in “The Caryle” when he is in New York. The hotel is preferred by several celebrities on account of its discreet nature and is referred to as the “Palace of Secrets” in unofficial circles.
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