Established in 1904, just before the opening of the New York City subway, The Carlton Hotel (previously known as the Hotel Seville) is a luxury 12 storey Beaux-Arts property originally designed by Harry Allen. This hotel helped one of New York City's most renowned district turn into one of the most elegant destinations.
The hotel has now been completely renovated and redecorated by the designer David Rockwell. You will be welcomed in the lobby by a three-story waterfall wall; the water flows over a vintage photograph of the hotel back in 1904. You will be amazed by the Tiffany-style glass skylight on the Mezzanine Level and the restaurant's vintage bar (previously used for by the famous Frank Sinatra back in 1912).
There is a total of 316 rooms provided with free Wi-Fi Internet access.
The families will enjoy the children's entertainment organised in Madison Square Park during summer on Tuesday and Thursday mornings; and on Wednesday evenings, musical performances for the entire family.
In the hotel's restaurant Country, you will enjoy a formal French-American dinner (as well as breakfast and lunch) created by the notable New York Chef Geoffrey Zakarian. This hotel is entirely non-smoking
88 Madison Avenue
Please note: Map shows the rough area of the hotel and may not be 100% accurate.