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Loews Regency Hotel vs Beekman Tower Hotel

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Loews Regency Hotel vs Beekman Tower Hotel



Loews Regency Hotel
Beekman Tower Hotel

 

Loews Regency Hotel

Beekman Tower Hotel

Address 540 Park Avenue At 61St Street
New York
49th Street And First Avenue
New York
Phone 1-212-759-4100 212 355 7300
Class 4 star 3 star
Price From $309.00 to $749.00 From $215.09 to $278.09
Floors 21 floors 26 floors
Rooms 353 rooms 172 rooms
Amenities Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Dry cleaning/laundry
Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
Efficiencies
First Class Hotel
All Suites


  1. Loews Regency Hotel
  2. Beekman Tower Hotel
Loews Regency Hotel

Loews Regency Hotel: Experience genuine Park Avenue style and uncompromising service in a location that puts Central Park and New York’s most vibrant cultural life, shopping and dining at your doorstep. Action kicks off early each morning when the city’s movers and shakers gather for the legendary Power Breakfast, and the pace carries through until cabaret strains lure you into Feinstein’s, the nightclub of New York. Throughout each day, the luxury, personal attention and excellence are unwavering. Sumptuous guestrooms, including 75 suites and 11 specialty suites, wrap you in comfort and convenience. With 4,400 square feet of deluxe function space, including three boardrooms, for up to 200. Hotel Features & Amenities: 353 elegant, spacious guest rooms, including 75 suites and 11 specialty suites, 30 minutes to LGA Airport; 45 minutes to JFK Int’l Airport;60 minutes to Newark Int’l Airport, 24-hour limousine service/airport transportation available, Verve Private Training – personal training, massage and Pilates, Concierge service, 24-hour room service, Valet parking, Multilingual staff Dining & Entertainment: 540 Park – American cuisine for breakfast, lunch, brunch. Feinstein’s at Loews Regency – “The Nightclub of New York” – entertainment and dinner. The Library – a cozy gathering spot.



Beekman Tower Hotel

Built in 1928, the Beekman Tower Hotel is one of Manhattan's true Art Deco masterpieces, and is located in Midtown on the east side. The distinctive tower, a designated landmark, rises prominently in one of the city's most exclusive neighborhoods, steps from the United Nations. The hotel's renowned Top of the Tower restaurant provides spectacular views of the city.Guest rooms include a dataport (computer, fax, modem hook-up), TV Web browser, two-line phones with voicemail, and use of the fitness center.



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