The Carlyle unveils multi-year transformation of the Upper East Side Hotel, NYC

DESIGNED by New York-based, award-winning design practice tonychi, a Rosewood Hotel, The Carlyle’s newly reimagined guest rooms and suites are inspired by the glamour and beauty of Manhattan’s pre-war era, the Upper East Side, and the glamorous guests whose footsteps have graced the hallowed halls of this storied hotel residence for over ninety years.

Carlyle HotelDowling’s restaurant at The Carlyle hotel

Quintessential apartment living meets modern day, with luxurious fixtures and furnishings in the new rooms, black lacquered panelling and illustrated wallpaper of whimsical vignettes from Central Park – an echo of Ludwig Bemelmans and Marcel Vertès – and a thoughtful curation of artwork, books and collected everyday finds, all of which emanate a smart, residential look.

View from the Carlyle

Furthermore, at the end of October, luxury Swiss skincare line Valmont will debut their only namesake New York Spa and on December 10th their first US flagship, La Maison Valmont boutique at The Carlyle.

Located on the third floor of the hotel, The Valmont Spa will offer the ultimate hideaway for a luxurious and relaxing experience to renew your sense of self. Well-known for their anti-aging treatments since 1985, Valmont, perpetuates the unique expertise of Swiss cellular cosmetics with incomparably efficient care treatments giving immediate, long-lasting results.

A room at the Carlyle

The Carlyle is reinventing the definition of luxury and lifestyle in the hospitality industry, transforming itself into a hotel that needs to be experienced instead of simply visited.

by Adina Ilie

The Carlyle, 35 E 76th St, New York, NY 10021, USA