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Loews Regency Hotel vs The Pierre Hotel

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Loews Regency Hotel vs The Pierre Hotel



Loews Regency Hotel
The Pierre Hotel

 

Loews Regency Hotel

The Pierre Hotel

Address 540 Park Avenue At 61St Street
New York
2 East 61St Street At 5th Avenue
New York
Phone 1-212-759-4100 212-838-8000
Class 4 star 5 star
Price From $309.00 to $749.00 From $416.00 to $649.99
Floors 21 floors 39 floors
Rooms 353 rooms 189 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
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port


  1. Loews Regency Hotel
  2. The Pierre 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.



The Pierre Hotel

Known for its gracious service, the iconic Fifth Avenue hotel overlooking the emerald expanse of Central Park will re-open on June 1st following a meticulous 100 million renovation to create new guestroom and bath interiors. The Pierre is a testament to understated elegance. Guests are welcomed into a marble lobby with exquisitely arranged fresh flowers, graceful archways and museum-caliber artwork. White-gloved elevator attendants whisk guests to their rooms. Today, as in decades past, the hotel is renowned for its impeccable service. All guestrooms and suites have been transformed to feature a warm, inviting residential-style d?cor with a feeling of quiet luxury. High ceilings and abundant natural light evoke a gracious airy experience that enhances the newly renovated interiors. The 100 million renovation also included the reconfiguring of the first floor public areas to accommodate a new restaurant, Le Caprice, as well as 2 East, a new lobby lounge. Le Caprice will open in the Summer 2009, and will be modeled after its legendary counterpart in London. The eclectic menu will be based on Le Caprice in London, which includes European classics with some international influence. 2 East, located off the main lobby will feature light fare, afternoon tea and a striking copper bar. Guests experience the extraordinary expertise that is at their fingertips with the award winning Clefs d?Or Concierge Team. The seasoned team of professional concierges will handle spa treatments, restaurant reservations, limousines, personal shoppers, private tours and sightseeing adventures. The Pierre is a tranquil refuge in the heart of the city, combining comfort with modern day amenities and impeccable standards of services.



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