Masterfully restored by prominent architect David Rockwell, The historic Carlton on Madison Avenue launched as Hotel Seville in 1904 prior to the opening of the New York City subway. The hotel's classic décor is punctuated by patterned wood floors, oiled bronze handrails and antique mirrors. Step inside the lobby and let the hotel's signature two-story waterfall soothe your senses before you take a gander at the Tiffany-style glass skylight on the Mezzanine Level. Set in the Madison Square Park district of Manhattan, The Carlton is within walking distance of the Flatiron and Empire State buildings, as well as Grand Central Station.
The hotel's comfortable, non-smoking rooms are sumptuously decorated with tall leather headboards, polished nickel and dark walnut trimmings. All accommodations have been carefully designed to meet the high tech needs of today's traveler, boasting such amenities as complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access, flat screen LCD televisions and Molton Brown bath amenities. Plus, with more than six unique meeting rooms spanning 6,000 square feet of space, there's no need to venture beyond the premises to carry out social gatherings and meetings large and small. Private rooms are available for parties and meetings within the hotel's own Country Restaurant which, under the watchful eye of Chef Geoffrey Zakarian, prepares scrumptious cuisine that has travelers coming back for more.