31 OCTOBER 2011

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Article from BTNews 31 OCTOBER 2011

Hyatt 48 Lex for New York

New York has a new boutique property with the luxury Hyatt label attached on prestigious Lexington Avenue.  Called the Hyatt 48 Lex it breaks the mould with 116 'pied-a-terre' studios and suites designed by renowned architect Nobutaka Ashihara and decorated by Vennie Lau.  Guests are greeted at curbside and escorted directly to their rooms, as though welcomed into the Manhattan home of a close friend.

“We have taken inspiration from the best of New York City and brought it to life in the design, style and service at the new Hyatt 48 Lex,” said Mark Wagner, General Manager of Hyatt 48 Lex.  “We are very proud to welcome guests to see the hotel this fall, and are excited to be part of this vibrant neighbourhood.”

The Lexicon Lounge overlooks one of the hotel’s green roofs arrayed with Japanese Maples and Boxwood bushes.  Open daily from 06:30 to midnight, two staff members and the concierge are available for conversation and local advice.  A pair of dramatic Penthouse Suites will debut later this fall, each with terraces perched above skyline views. www.48lex.hyatt.com

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