The Loews Regency hotel in New York reopens this week after undergoing a year-long $100 million renovation.
The landmark hotel, famously the birthplace of the phrase “power breakfast” in the seventies, has a new restaurant and a redesigned lobby with a marble entrance.
The hotel, which first opened its doors in 1963, has 379 guestrooms (including 58 suites), four new private meeting spaces and a 1,700 square-foot fitness centre.
“For more than 50 years, Loews Regency has captured the hearts of guests from around the world through distinctly personalised attention to individuals,” said Jim McPartlin, managing director, Loews Regency.
“By partnering with the city’s finest talents and experts, we’ve put the best of New York City at our guests’ fingertips, so that we can continue offering the sophisticated urban traveller an unmatched New York experience,” he said.
In November last year Loews confirmed it was looking to open its first European property in London, as part of a major expansion programme.