The Carlyle

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Upper East Side
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This 1930 Art Deco gem on the Upper East Side is a New York icon, thanks, in no small part, to its famed Bemelmans Bar and jazz shows at the Carlyle Café (Woody Allen plays on Mondays; book a table far in advance). Rooms offer elegant (though traditional) hotel fare with Regency furniture, Frette bed linens, and Kiehl’s bathroom amenities, while the suites are more residential in style. The hotel’s Deluxe Tower Rooms, especially 3307 and 2307, offer spectacular views of Central Park and downtown Manhattan, respectively. (Rooms, from $450)

The Carlyle
35 E. 76th StNew York, NY United States
212-744-1600

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