this is my first visit since the remodel and it's gorgeous. the lobby is now a great place to hang... See full review
Jul 16, 2014
Very nice hotel with very helpful staff. Room was so good. Not a pokey, tiny room with no room to... See full review
Jun 19, 2012
Loews Regency Hotel, Flagship property of Loews Hotels, known as the East Coast home to the entertainment industry and birthplace of the Power Breakfast. Considered among the very finest New York hotels, Loews Regency distinguishes itself by capturing a quintessence of New York, one of understated elegance and intimacy. The hotel's design, decor and extraordinary level of service enable guests to feel at home both in the hotel and in the city.
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We arrived at 3pm and the hotel checked us in and had a room ready. We didn't have any bags but the front desk attendant still had a bell hop take us to our room (we thought this was weird) - so, we had to tip him.
The room was really big and
clean. There was some wear and tear that was obvious - but the room was comfortable. The location is nice. It's not super loud in that area, so it's nice to walk around in. We didn't appreciate the fact that the hotel charged us $15/per day for Internet. By now, all hotels should provide that free of charge.
All and all, the hotel is nice. Oh, the hotel does offer babysitting service. We didn't try it out, though.
This particular trip we brought our two girls, ages 9 and 12. The suite we stayed in was just right for the entire family. Rooms were large enough and very clean. Nice location and very friendly staff.
We will stay here on future visits.
My son and I stayed only one night but for what little time we stayed it was great. The staff were professional, helpful and very nice to my son. Without asking, they brought up a bed for my son even though we had a king. We were able to check in
early, which was very helpful.
We took a quick trip to NYC to visit a friend who lives on the Upper East Side . . . so, when looking for hotels, I limited myself to this neighborhood specifically. We were traveling with our 11-month-old, so having a nice hotel that would be
appropriate for children was key in my search.
As soon as we checked in, I knew I had made an excellent choice. The lobby was gorgeous and the front desk was beyond accommodating. We were checked in early (about 1:00 pm) and given a spacious room with a kitchenette -- something we hadn't requested but turned out to be a lifes-saver! The gentleman at the front desk also presented my son with a little Fisher Price toy that absolutely delighted him in every way. So nice!
We were offered both a crib and a pack & play, but ended up using the pack & play for everything we needed. They also delivered a little travel toiletry kit for the baby -- again, incredible thoughtfulness.
We ended our stay with Brunch at the Library. Beautiful space that wouldn't necessarily seem kid-friendly . . . wrong again. The waiter gave my son a colorful plastic slinky within 10 minutes of our being seated and there was a play space set up for some of the older children adjacent to the dining area.
I'm still amazed on how this hotel manages to be high-end and child-friendly all at the same time. I would definitely return -- with or without the baby as the space was beautiful and the service fantastic. Two blocks from Central Park and the Zoo. One block from shopping on Lex. A quick cab ride from Grand Central. Perfect spot!