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The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel Features the Café Carlyle VIP Pass Package

October 9, 2014 Hotel Deals No Comments Email Email

Bringing together legendary cabaret and luxury accommodations, the Café Carlyle VIP Pass package at The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel provides the quintessential sophisticated New York experience.

Café Carlyle has made an indelible mark on the entertainment and social landscape of New York City since its opening in 1955, playing host to such legendary talents as Bobby Short and Eartha Kitt. Woody Allen regularly plays here on Monday nights with the Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band. The Carlyle itself is a timeless icon and a true emblem of the city since its debut in 1930. Located just one block from Central Park, this 188-room luxury hotel offers guests a combination of discretion and grace with the exclusive ambiance of an Upper East Side pied-à-terre. unnamed

The Café Carlyle VIP pass is available for all Café Carlyle performances and includes:

  • VIP seating for two at Café Carlyle
  • Candle-lit dinner for two with three-course prix fix menu, including an exclusive Carlyle Syrah wine and an autographed CD (not available for Woody Allen and the Eddy Davis New Orleans Jazz Band performances)
  • Luxury accommodations for two people (package is available for all room and suite categories)
  • Rates starting at USD975, excluding tax and service charge.
  • Tickets to performances are subject to availability.

The Café Carlyle VIP Pass package is available September through June (Café Carlyle is closed in July and August.)

The Carlyle is surrounded by galleries and designer boutiques on Madison Avenue, New York’s premier luxury shopping destination. The hotel is also just blocks away from a stretch of Fifth Avenue known as “Museum Mile” which houses many of New York’s arts and cultural institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim. Every American president since Truman has visited the hotel and its rich history includes visiting Royals and heads-of-state — HRH, The Prince of Wales; the late Diana, Princess of Wales; their Majesties, the Kings and Queens of Denmark, Greece, Spain and Sweden. The rooms and suites are exquisitely decorated by legendary designers Thierry Despont and Alexandra Champalimaud, with some accommodations featuring baby grand pianos and views of Central Park and the city’s skyline.

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