The two iconic hotels introduce Regency to Rose House, a limited-edition summer experience—and the ultimate New York staycation.
New Yorkers tend to take for granted all that is available to us in our very own backyard. And now, Loews Regency New York Hotel and Bridgehampton’s Topping Rose House have partnered with Discover Long Island and Hampton Jitney to provide you with a perfect solution: a luxurious and relaxing long weekend that allows you to experience the best of both Manhattan and the East End.
“Over the years we’ve noticed that a large percentage of our guests travel to the Hamptons each summer,” said John Maibach, Managing Director at the Loews Regency. Thus, the hotel decided offering an unparalleled summer travel experience was a no-brainer.
Available through August 31, Regency to Rose House includes a few nights at the Upper East Side haven before boarding a Jitney to spend a few nights at the uber-luxurious Topping Rose House. Opt for the Luxury Package which grants you access to a one-bedroom suite at the Loews Regency and a Cottage Suite at Topping Rose House. At both properties, you’ll receive two drink vouchers: at the UES icon The Regency Bar & Grill and at Topping Rose’s chic Jean-Georges restaurant. (Insider tip: Don’t let your baggage weigh you down. Tote Taxi’s "haute couriers" will pick up your luggage and deliver it to your destination so you can hop on and off the Jitney with ease.)
Once settled into the Loews Regency, make the UES your playground. Head over to Madison and Fifth Avenues for some retail therapy, enjoy a stroll in Central Park or head to one of Manhattan’s hottest restaurants (Ralph Lauren’s nearby The Polo Bar is still one of the most coveted reservations in the city). But perhaps the very best experiences happen within the walls of the hotel. Julien Farel’s full service Restore Salon & Spa is a must-visit: luxuriate in a massage or get a blowout before a night on the town. And while The Regency Bar & Grill is known for its power breakfast, it’s lunch and dinner menu is equally impressive, courtesy of Executive Chef Serge Devesa.
Over in the Hamptons, while you may not want to leave your room at Topping Rose, Discover Long Island has curated a list of fun activities while out East. Head over to Wölffer Estate to try some of Long Island’s top wines, or get your culture on at Parrish Art Museum. Topping Rose is just steps away from Bridgehampton’s shopping scene, or the hotel’s Land Rover house car can jet you to neighboring towns to experience some of the best restaurants on the Island.
So when you need a few days to unwind and disconnect, look no further than our very own New York gems for a truly luxurious summer escape. Starting at $499/night. Book by August 15 for travel through August 31. Blackout dates and terms and conditions apply. loewshotels.com; toppingrosehouse.com
Photography by: Loews Regency New York Hotel & Topping Rose House