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Loews Regency Hotel commemorates one year anniversary

Loews Regency Hotel, located on Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, today announces a series of special offers in honour of the one-year anniversary of its reopening on 16 January 2014.  To toast the success of its $100 million transformation, The Regency Bar & Grill will offer lunch and dinner patrons a complimentary glass of Prosecco from 16 January to 31 January, 2015. 

The landmark hotel’s redesign includes 321 apartment-styled guestrooms and 58 suites, four private meeting spaces, and the Julien Farel Restore Salon & Spa flagship.  In December 2014, Loews Regency Hotel debuted its six designer-inspired Signature Suites created by New York City’s finest talents, including Nate Berkus Associates, Meyer Davis Studio Inc., Rottet Studio and Haynes-Roberts, Inc.   

We are excited to celebrate this milestone not only with our hotel guests but also our loyal New York City patrons,” said Jim McPartlin, Managing Director, Loews Regency. “We invite everyone to enjoy the best of the reimagined hotel, and toast to many successful years to come.”  

This month, Loews Regency will also launch a ‘Suite-Stakes’ on its Facebook page, offering participants the chance to win a luxurious weekend stay in the newly completed Nate Berkus Signature Suite, including dinner at The Regency Bar & Grill and a signed copy of Nate Berkus’ book ”The Things That Matter”. Located on the 21st floor of the hotel, the spacious 1,000 square foot suite is an oasis of style and comfort with a formal living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom and balcony.  The suite features a sophisticated neutral colour palette with bold green accents, a mix of textures and layered furnishings for a space that is warm and inviting. From 16 to 31 January 2015, visitors to the Facebook page can enter the ‘Suite-Stakes’.

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