New York landmark the Loews Regency Hotel reopens this week after a year-long $100 million refurbishment.
The property, which first opened in 1963, now has a redesigned lobby with a marble entrance.
It has 379 guestrooms, of which 58 are suites, four private meeting spaces, the Regency Bar and Grill and Sant Ambroeus at the Regency, a Milanese-style coffee bar.
A Luxury King room: One of 379 guestrooms, including 58 suites
Refit: The lobby has been completely refurbished
While the hotel itself reopens tomorrow, a 930 sqm spa is scheduled to open in March.
Jim McPartlin, the hotel's managing director, 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 traveller an unmatched New York experience."