Manhattan’s Loews Regency Hotel to Open After Extensive Renovations

By Jesse Sokolow on 15 January 2014
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A model room at the Loews Regency

A model room at the Loews Regency Hotel

The Loews Regency Hotel in Manhattan completed a year-long, $100 million renovation of its lobby, rooms, and restaurant, and will reopen for guests on January 16.  In addition, the property’s new spa, the Julien Farel Restore Salon & Spa, will open in March.

The hotel’s lobby has 24-foot high ceilings, as well as a marble entrance with bespoke finishes.  The Lobby Lounge area is outfitted with rich velvet sofas, power outlets and Internet connectivity, and artwork from a Brooklyn-based artist.

The property’s 328 apartment-style guestrooms and 58 suites have Frette linens and bathrobes, as well as complimentary high speed Internet access.  In addition, the hotel plans to add six signature suites this spring, each with their own design concept, and ranging in size from 700 square feet to 1,550 square feet (65 square meters to 143 square meters).

The hotel’s new restaurant, the Regency Bar & Grill, features menu items with an emphasis on market-fresh ingredients and modern interpretations of classical dishes.  The establishment contains a 135-seat dining room, as well as a 32-seat full-service bar and lounge.

The Julien Farel Restore Salon & Spa will offer various special treatments and packages.  In addition, the spa will launch JF Men, which will offer specialized treatments for male guests in two private multi-service rooms.

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