Loews Regency New York Hotel
Situated on New York’s Park Avenue and 61st Street, on the Upper East Side, Loews Regency New York Hotel is a legend. Just a few steps from Central Park, the property reopened on January 16, 2014 after a one year closure – the first time in its history since 1963- for a $100 million renovation. The modern art deco property features 379 guest rooms, including 58 suites and six signature suites which all have their own terrace designed by Nate Berkus or Meyer Davis Studio Inc. Perfect for those who love design. This summer, Summerfest by Loews Hotels runs until Labor Day. The special program offers signature elements of Upper East Side with summer-themed offerings like outdoors activities, great food and cocktails.
Also, The Regency Bar & Grill is wellknown for its iconic low key power breakfast. A place to get immersed with local New Yorkers, some of them are the most powerful Wall Street execs. A tribute to Mad Men era.
The Fasano 5th Avenue
The Fasano 5th Avenue is a private club hotel. With beautiful views over Central Park and Manhattan skyline, this new sophisticated property which opened in 2021, combines world-class luxury and impeccable design. Only accessible to members, located between 62nd and 63rd streets on Fifth Avenue, the residential club marks the first US property of Brazilian five-star hotel brand Fasano.
The building has been personally conceptualized by Gero Fasano and designed by acclaimed architect Thierry W. Despont. Seven spacious suites are offered on the second and third floor. Inside, a cocoon atmosphere where beige, brown contemporary furniture, marble large bathrooms are mixed with pieces of art and pictures of New York. The concierge team is very pleasant. On the reception level, Fasano 5th Avenue offers intimate and private dining bar Fasano Caffè and on the fourth floor, spaces for wellness services. It is an excellent city “pied-à-terre”.
Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown
Located in the heart of Tribeca, with views over the Oculus, The World Trade Center Tower, the Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown is an urban oasis.
The hotel occupies 24 floors of 30 Park Place, the iconic 82-storey tower designed by Robert A.M. Stern. Sharing a city block with the Woolworth Building, Cass Gilbert’s iconic 1913 skyscraper, 30 Park Place’s tower rises out of a limestone base to a dramatic skyline.
The hotel features 189 guest rooms including 28 suites, an incredible spa and CUT – the first New York restaurant bar by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck.