35 E 76th St
New York, NY 10021
A Little Bit of History
The story of Rosewood began in 1979 when a historic mansion, located in Dallas, Texas, has been transformed into a world-class restaurant and hotel.
He quickly became a model for all hotels.
Properties wanted to create a distinctive collection of luxurious, residential-style hotels: each property would deliver a one-of-a-kind ambience and style, in which location, culture, history and geography would become part of the fabric of the hotel.
The Carlyle was built by Moses Ginsberg, maternal grandfather of Rona Jaffe. Designed by architects Sylvan Bien and Harry M. Prince, it opened as a residential hotel, with apartments costing up to $1,000,000 a year.
In 2000, Rosewood announces the purchase and management of The Carlyle, New York’s iconic Upper East Side hotel.
16 years of Glamour
Since 16 years, The Carlyle offers glamour and sophistication to its customers. With 193 lavish rooms and suites, The Carlyle offers the exclusive ambiance of an Upper East Side pied-à-terre.
The Carlyle Restaurant is the perfect place for fine dining. The restaurant consists of a six foot tall floral arrangement, English hunting scenes by Fores, as well as engravings by Redoute.
Nestled in the heart of Manhattan, The Carlyle offers unparalleled comfort and convenience. Located at 76th Street and Madison Avenue, guests are never far from New York’s main attractions. Central Park is only one block away and the hotel is within walking distance of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim, the Whitney and the Frick – also known as “Museum Mile.”