Not every hotel can brag it’s hosted every President since Truman. In fact, I'm not sure if any can make such a claim except The Carlyle, a Rosewood Hotel. Located quietly along Central Park in Manhattan's Upper East Side, The Carlyle has remained a beloved icon of the Big Apple since opening in 1930. From the Princess of Wales to the Queen of Sweden, the property has become a home-away-from-home for presidents and patricians, and emanates elegance as timeless as a crown. On a recent jaunt to New York City, I discovered the unwavering allure of the hotel firsthand (with no crown required).
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