The Carlyle New York

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35 EAST 76TH ST

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Swanky

Rating: 10

This is truly a swanky NYC hotel. The staff is at your service 24 hours a day. Call downstairs and your wish is their desire! They're locate...

posted by Citysearch User on Sep 13, 2005Read More...

Great Hotel Service

Rating: 8

Carlyle Hotel is a great place to check in at Manhattan. It has great customer service and willing to help you with anything. They will be w...

posted by Citysearch User on Sep 9, 2005Read More...

The Carlyle

Rating: 8

I was lucky enough to stay at the Carlyle for free one time with a friends family, and Id say its the best of the Fancy New York hotels that...

posted by Citysearch User on Jul 15, 2005Read More...

Good taste and timeless class

Rating: 10

My family visits the Carlyle each year and we always enjoy our stay. The suites are spacious and tastefully decorated. The service in exceptional, and the views of the park are a welcome perk. It is a convenient location for accessing the park and the shops along Madison and 5th avenues. There are some great restaurants in close proximity to the hotel as well. If you like the trendy scenes or wild nightlife then this is not the hotel for you, although it is a good place to spot the occassional celebrity.

posted by cefe on Jun 17, 2005Read More...

The epitome of what good service should be

Rating: 10

I took my wife to the Carlyle for her 35th birthday. The staff did an amazing job making us feel special. The food was wonderful, drinks in Bemelman's were wonderful, when you turn on the hurricane strength shower, you get hot water immediately, I could go on and on. The only bad thing about the Carlyle is that it has set the bar so high for other hotels, I don't know if I can travel again. Pricey, but it was worth every penny. We'll be back.

posted by sabine_farm on Jun 7, 2005Read More...

Many are called, few chosen

Rating: 10

I have stayed at 4 star hotels all over this country and in Europe. I have been intermittently staying at the Carlyle since the 60's. The Carlyle is simply the best hotel that you can imagine. Go when Bobby Short is at Bemelman's. The service personnel are a little snooty since they will not know you, and the majority of the clientel are habitue's. If you are the type of person who is intimidated by service personnel, then perhaps this is not the hotel for you. Eat breakfast in the tearoom, but go elsewhere for dinner. I notice that there is a negative review on this site, but further investigation shows that this person likes bars[Rudys] with free hot dogs. There are no hot dogs, free or otherwise, at the Carlyle. This hotel is certainly not for everyone and it is not meant to be.

posted by yeaux on May 29, 2004Read More...

Pure Class

Rating: 10

A delightfully classy hotel. A throwback to when class meant something. And with Bobby Short as a regular at the Cafe Carlyle, nothing could be more perfect.

posted by ecarrott on Jan 17, 2003Read More...

What's the fuss?

Rating: 4

This hotel with a past struck me as being past its sell by date. It reminded me of staying with an elderly aunt in her house that was past its prime. Stay here if you like looking up peoples' noses as most of the staff are looking down theirs at you! The room was comfortable and had a view of the park but was by no means in the same league as, say, the Adlon in Berlin or the Lanesborough in London (which was, at the time of my stay a sister hotel.)

posted by drakesmith on Dec 29, 2002Read More...

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