The Carlyle is one of Manhattan's most celebrated hotels and is an enduring symbol of glamour and luxury on New York's Upper East Side. Since 1930, it has catered to a particularly demanding clientele of style world leaders, celebrities, and business titans, many of whom regularly take up long-term residence with the Carlyle as their home in New York.
Over the course of a decade-long relationship with the Carlyle, Champalimaud's on-going, bespoke renovation of guest rooms and suits helped the hotel maintain its understated elegance, high standards, and pristine reputation. Champalimaud refreshed the Carlyle experience for a new generation of discerning clients while resisting trends and maintaining all of the hotel's elegance and intimacy. The individually designed suites accentuate the hotel's Art Deco architecture and commanding city views. Custom-designed furniture, exacting finishes, commissioned artwork by Amy Kaufman, distinctive details, luxurious carpets and fine fabrics combine to refresh the essence of the Carlyle as previously established by legendary designers such as Dorothy Draper and Mark Hampton.