Welcome to The New York White House aka The Carlyle Hotel, once home to The Kennedy’s on the 34th floor, and named after Satirical Writer, Thomas Carlyle. The Carlyle is the epitome of class and elegance setting the standard for short-term and long-term luxury living with it’s 180 hotel rooms and 60 private residences.
Frequent travelers will discover that The Carlyle is the perfect home away from home complete with an onsite bar, cafe and world-renowned restaurant. Enjoy an elegant lunch of Coque Au Vin or Dover Sole at the Cafe Carlyle, or a dinner of Roasted Venison Loin or Maine Lobster Thermidor from The Carlyle Restaurant – ending the evening with a signature cocktail at Bememan’s Bar.
The Carlyle entered the ranks of notoriety when JFK rented an apartment in the hotel before his 1961 inauguration – it’s even been rumored that Marilyn Monroe was seen sneaking in through the service entrance on 77th street. In fact, The Carlyle was the last place Kennedy visited before his tragic assassination in Dallas.
With a prime location on Madison Ave, be sure and stop by The Carlyle on your next visit to New York City – or perhaps even book a weekend and retrace it’s celebrated history for yourself.