The Carlton Hotel is perfect for New York City meetings and events and the recent renovations by renowned architect David Rockwell make the space even more inviting. The hotel is located in the heart of New York City; the hotel is within walking distance to the Union Square Farmer’s Market, Madison Square Garden, Empire State Building, Madison Square Park and Fifth Avenue shopping.
With over 6,000 square feet of meeting space, The Carlton Hotel offers six unique meeting rooms ideal for everything from intimate business affairs to large scale corporate and social events accommodating up to 400 guests. Offering a one-of-kind Manhattan meeting experience to those looking to work hard and play hard, The Carlton provides a relaxed yet elegant setting, privacy, luxurious accommodations, food and beverage by Country restaurant, complimentary wireless internet access and superior service.
MEETING AND EVENT ROOMS AT THE CARLTON ON MADISON AVENUE
Meetings at The Carlton on Madison Avenue can be held in a classroom-style room, or chairs and tables can be rearranged to form a hollow-square, u-shape, or even a theater-like setting. For receptions or cocktail parties, rooms can be combined and set up with banquet round tables, or can be left as open space to accommodate larger events.
• The Seville Room –1750 square feet
Can be subdivided into 3 rooms plus pre-function access to a 300 square foot lobby
• Gramercy – 922 square feet
Accommodates 35 Classroom, 60 Rounds, 24 Conference, 65 Reception, 45 Theatre
• Flatiron – 577 square feet
Accommodates 25 Classroom, 30 Rounds, 20 Conference, 40 Reception, 25 Theatre
• Union Square – 460 square feet
Accommodates 25 Classroom, 30 Rounds, 22 Conference, 50 Reception, 30 Theatre
• Kips Bay - 420 square feet
Accommodates 15 Classroom, 30 Rounds, 18 Conference, 30 Reception, 25 Theatre
• Murray Hill – 370 square feet
Board room Accommodates: 14 Conference
• Madison Avenue – 415 square feet
Accommodates 30 Rounds, 30 Reception, 20 Conference
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