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 -- The Carlton on Madison Avenue Hotel to offer special spring rates throughout festival period --


NEW YORK, NYWho doesn’t love New York in the spring time? With its temperate weather and spectacular cultural events, spring is an ideal time to experience all that the city has to offer. This season, The Carlton on Madison Avenue, one of the city’s most sophisticated hotels which features double-double, queen and king bed accommodations, is inviting guests to enjoy the city in is full spring splendor with rates starting at $309 per night for a superior room and $650 per night for a suite, now through June 2008.

            Conveniently situated in the heart of the Manhattan’s Madison Square Park District with access to major public transportation hubs and just minutes from area attractions including The Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, Madison Square Garden and the fashionable shops of Madison Avenue, The Carlton on Madison Avenue is the perfect choice to experience all that the city has to offer this season. The hotel, which features 316 guestrooms and suites, is also home to Geoffrey Zakarian’s highly-acclaimed Country, a Michelin-starred restaurant, and its famed lobby, designed by architect David Rockwell, is an ideal spot to relax and people watch.

This spring, visitors can experience the city’s diverse cultural events and activities all within easy access of the Carlton on Madison Avenue. A true highlight of the city’s spring events is the annual Museum Mile Festival, held on June 3 in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. During this highly-anticipated event, nine of the country’s most elite museums located along Fifth Avenue between 82nd and 105th Streets, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the El Museo del Barrio, will open their doors and invite visitors to tour the museums for free. Film buffs should also mark their calendars for the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival, held April 23-May 4 in one of the city’s trendiest neighborhoods in lower Manhattan. The festival, which was founded by Robert De Niro in 2001, showcases the very best in films and offers outdoor screenings, street fairs, red carpet events, cinema talks and more.

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Rates are subject to availability, are based on double occupancy and are not applicable to groups of 10 or more. For information and reservations, contact (212) 532-4100 or visit

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