Loews Hotels Is Debuting An Inclusive Summer Program For Every Type of Traveler
by EMMA KERSHAW
Loews Hotels & Co is debuting its Summerfest program for 2022, a selection of warm weather offerings suitable for any type of traveler. As a part of its commitment to welcoming guests “like family” during every visit, the hotels’ programming is suited for all ages, abilities, and lifestyles.
Available at most of the 26 properties across the United States and Canada, Summerfest by Loews includes a range of experiences and events to help travelers celebrate their vacations in style. Founded in 1960, Loews Hotels & Co strive to provided a welcoming and inclusive experience for all guests, and Summerfest is an extension of this warm approach to hospitality.
Guests can discover hidden gems and tick off bucket list-worthy attractions with Summerfest Cultural Safaris. Designed as a self-guided tour, the Safaris include everything from destination landmarks to must-photograph street art, local dog parks, family-owned local businesses, and community events. Suitable for all ages, they’re a great way to enjoy a day out with family and friends, with a majority of the points of interest within a short radius from each property. Sample itineraries include a visit to Española Way with Loews Miami Beach Hotel and a trip to DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun Museum courtesy of Loews Ventana Canyon Resort.
In addition to the Cultural Safaris, if you’re keen to kick back and relax by the pool, the programming sees new Summerfest Cocktails, designed in collaboration with Bruno Mars’ SelvaRey Rum. Offering a destination-specific spin on summer, each property’s signature “Summerfest Cocktail” will pair SelvaRey with locally-sourced ingredients and garnishes. Other new additions to the bar menu includes destination-driven craft mocktails, from a Los Angeles-inspired refresher at Lowes Hollywood Hotel to a buzz-worthy Espresso Booster Mocktini at Loews Miami Beach. All you need now is your favorite poolside read.
Summerfest by Loews begins on June 1 and runs through Labor Day.
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