Loews Hotels & Resorts: Designer Destinations April 2015

Individuality. This one word sums up the Loews Hotels & Resorts experience. Whether you are speaking about its service, design, or assorted destinations, Loews Hotels & Resorts doesn’t disappoint—and is never cookie cutter. Each of the 23 properties across North America is an architecturally unique destination with suites that are just as varied. Beyond design, comfort, and functionality, the suites pay homage to their locations.

For the newly renovated Loews Regency New York Hotel some of today’s hottest designers were commissioned to create a series of signature suites. The result was luxurious spaces that range the style gamut, from bespoke to pop art. The latest property and one of the company’s crown jewels is the breathtaking Loews Regency San Francisco Hotel, whose Bridge to Bridge Terrace Suite gives guests a panoramic skyline view of the city from an iconic skyscraper.

Great design and architecture are organic to all Loews properties. The brand-new Loews Chicago Hotel looks out over the Windy City skyline, while the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel and Loews Madison Hotel show a range of design to rival any other luxury hotel brand.

All Loews suites are equipped to make your vacation or business trip comfortable, convenient, and memorable…with each property offering something new to discover and remember long after you have left.

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