Power breakfast. Light lunch. Afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres. Pre-theater dinner. Late night ear candy. You can indulge in it all without leaving The Regency. A world-famous Upper East Side restaurant and a comfy lounge offer an overwhelming selection of both fine dining and ambiance. Feinstein's at The Regency: Fine dining meets cabaret at Feinstein's at the Regency in New York. 540 Park: Long regarded as the home of the power breakfast, 540 Park is also a serious contender when it comes to memorable dinners. The entrees, environment, and service are always exquisite. The Library: Shelves of books and comfy banquettes grace The Library where menus and wine lists make for some of the best reading around.
Thursday, February 25, 2010
In one of the most fast-paced and populous cities on Earth, sits an enclave of quiet elegance and luxury, the Loews Regency Hotel. Located in one of the most revered sections of Manhattan, the hotel is situated on a tree-lined avenue and neighbors upscale boutiques, antique shops and museums. Once inside, the lobby exudes warmth and friendliness: an exceptional quality that's just as inherent in the attentive staff. A recent multi-million dollar renovation has turned this hotel into a closely guarded secret getaway. The luxurious fabrics that grace the contemporary accommodations are enhanced with gold and wood accents. Sheets of the 200-thread variety and premier mattresses ensure that you will sleep deeply even if the city doesn't. It's lodging indulgence to the hilt. The polish and flair of the hotel isn't purely cosmetic. An impeccably attentive staff ensures that The Regency lives up to its refined Park Avenue address. Distinctive services range from individually designed workouts with personal trainers to the simple, welcoming gesture of a doorman that remembers and refers to you by name throughout your visit.