Sense, A Rosewood Spa at the Carlyle

Sense, A Rosewood Spa at the Carlyle

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35 E. 76th St., The Carlyle, New York, NY 10021, United States

Located inside New York City’s Carlyle Hotel, Sense spa is defined by its glamorous, 1940’s Hollywood and art deco inspired design, created by Mark Zeff. The space is decorated in shades of black and gray and adorned with chandeliers. The spa has four treatment rooms, and clients can choose from a number of treatment options, including the Carlyle Signature Massage and the Flowers Hold Life, which includes a trip inside the Kohler DTV shower (a multi-sensory shower including light and sound). The spa has a partnership with Sisley, and many of its treatments feature products from this respected line.

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