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Loews Regency Hotel vs Hotel Elysee A Member of Hkhotels

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Loews Regency Hotel vs Hotel Elysee A Member of Hkhotels



Loews Regency Hotel
Hotel Elysee A Member of Hkhotels

 

Loews Regency Hotel

Hotel Elysee A Member of Hkhotels

Address 540 Park Avenue At 61St Street
New York
60 East 54th Street
New York
Phone 1-212-759-4100 1-212-753 1066
Class 4 star 3 star
Price From $309.00 to $749.00 From $389.00 to $409.00
Floors 21 floors 15 floors
Rooms 353 rooms 103 rooms
Amenities Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Dry cleaning/laundry
Family Rooms
Room service
Free breakfast
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Dry cleaning/laundry
First Class Hotel


  1. Loews Regency Hotel
  2. Hotel Elysee A Member of Hkhotels
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.



Hotel Elysee A Member of Hkhotels

The Hotel Elysee offers its guests perhaps the most outstanding and desirable location in New York City. Situated on East 54th Street, it is within walking distance of many mid-town corporate headquarters, cultural landmarks such as the Museum of Modern Art, and some of the most outstanding restaurants and shops in New York. In addition to its amenities, one-of-a-kind guest rooms and beautiful appointments throughout, the Hotel Elysee is unlike any other hotel in midtown Manhattan offering the comforts and services of a luxury hotel in a setting that has the charm and privacy of a beautiful country inn. The Hotel Elysee features 86 meticulously renovated rooms, three junior suites, and eleven suites many with terraces, kitchens or solariums - all with marble bathrooms. A vital part of the New York scene since the 1930s, the Hotel Elysee has been home to privacy-seeking celebrities from the stage, screen and world of letters - including Tennessee Williams, Ava Gardner, Joe Dimaggio, Vladimir Horowitz, Marlon Brando, the Gish sisters, Dame Margot Fontayn, Harold Robbins, and many others. Hotel ELysee guests enjoy complimentary high-speed wireless internet access in all guestrooms and throughout the hotel. In the Club Room, guests begin their day with a complimentary deluxe Continental breakfast buffet including fresh fruits, pastries, muffins, bagels, cereals and boiled eggs. The Club Room remains open all day serving freshly brewed espresso, cappuccino, latte, coffee and tea with cookies and fresh fruit - all complimentary. Monday-Friday evenings, Elysee guests may enjoy complimentary wine and hors doeurves from 5 - 8 PM. A complimentary computer station is available in the Library as well as complimentary Wi-Fi. Conceived in 1926 as a European-style hotel for the carriage trade and named after an upscale French restaurant of the 1920s, the Hotel Elysee still reflects the old-world charisma of that era.



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