Loews Regency Hotel will reopen this week following the completion of a one year renovation process costing about $100m.

Located in Midtown Manhattan, the hotel is in close proximity to the Central Park, Madison Avenue, and Museum Mile.

The redesigned hotel has 379 rooms, including 328 apartment-styled guestrooms and 58 suites, four private meeting spaces, and the new Regency Bar & Grill.

The Lobby Lounge is equipped with power and hardline internet outlets and has a breathtaking art installation by Nina Helms called Brise de Printemps.

"We’ve put the best of New York City at our guests’ fingertips."

Loews Regency Hotel will also have a new 10,000ft² Julien Farel Restore Salon & Spa, which is scheduled to open in March, with 32 custom-designed hair stations, eight spa treatment rooms and private suites for VIP clients.

Milanese style coffee bar Sant Ambroeus atThe Regency offers special brand of Sant Ambroeus coffee culture as well as pastries, sandwiches and coffee.

Managing director Jim McPartlin said: "For more than 50 years, Loews Regency has captured the hearts of guests from around the world through distinctly personalised attention to individuals.

"By partnering with the city’s finest talents and experts, we’ve put the best of New York City at our guests’ fingertips, so that we can continue offering the sophisticated urban traveler an unmatched New York experience."

The hotel was redesigned by Rottet Studio, Meyer Davis Studio, and Jonathan Nehmer + Associates, and includes a mixture of modern design with classic style and the expansive 24ft high ceiling offering a grand entrance to the lobby.

Image: Newly renovated Loews Regency Hotel. Photo: courtesy of Loews Hotels & Resorts.