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The Carlyle

Grand dame that lives up to her reputation … and more

A magnet for writers and thinkers at the top of their game - it was, after all, named after the 19th-century Scottish essayist Thomas Carlyle – the 191-key Carlyle was described by the French philosopher and longtime habitué of the hotel Bernard-Henri Lévy as possessing a “special kind of peace [and] tranquillity”. In short, amid all the art and starched napery, it offers a glimpse to a world one does not necessarily expect to find on the Upper East Side. 


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