Neighborhood

The Carlton hotel is nestled within the North of Madison Square Park (NoMad) district of Midtown Manhattan, NYC. Our hotel is the ideal destination for business and leisure travelers seeking an exciting hotel experience in the Flatiron District. The hotel is convenient to several areas, including SoHo, Greenwich Village and the Meatpacking District. The neighborhoods surrounding the Carlton hotel are rich in history and feature iconic landmarks, shopping and entertainment to explore during your stay at our luxury hotel in New York City.

Midtown Manhattan: although Midtown Manhattan is only about 5 square miles in area, it includes the most popular and famous attractions in New York City, including: Rockefeller Center, Broadway Theaters, Times Square, the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building.

Murray Hill: a neighborhood located in Midtown Manhattan, Murray Hill extends from Madison Avenue to the East River. The area’s vintage, art deco architecture and quiet, residential streets make it a great place to live; and the popular bars, lounges and restaurants, including Millesime, make it an exciting nighttime destination.

Madison Square Park: this 6-acre park—just two blocks south of the Carlton hotel—was named after President James Madison and would later lend its name to the famous Madison Square Garden entertainment complex. The park is rich with history, verdant lawns and clusters of trees, statues and a replica of an antique fountain. The park has undergone recent renovations and is a charming place to spend an afternoon outdoors in Midtown Manhattan—enjoy the dog park and children’s playground, along with a shake from the famous Shake Shack.

Carlton on Film

Learn more about The Carlton Hotel's various television and film appearances.