Intimate In Midtown
The Hyatt 48 Lex is smack-dab in the middle of the action. World-class shopping, dining, entertainment and nightlife are within walking distance of the hotel, located on 48th Street and Lexington Avenue in Manhattan. The 116-room property is best suited for small meetings and social gatherings.
ABOUT THE HOTEL
Perhaps unique in its design for the area, the hotel has more of an apartment-like vibe, with the benefits of a full-service hotel. The guestrooms are stylish and come with a kitchenette, stocked butler pantry and minibar. Bathrooms are modern and spacious with Warren Tricomi products and posh robes.
Lexington Studio Room
There are three types of spacious rooms at the hotel. Corner Suites are 435 square feet and feature a kitchenette, a separate sitting area and views of 48th Street or Lexington Avenue. Lexington Studios are smaller at 373 square feet with the same features and views of Lexington Avenue. The Penthouse Suites range from 717 to 782 square feet and feature a small kitchen with a cooktop and a dining table, a separate living area and a private terrace with views of 48th Street or Lexington Avenue.
MEETINGS AND EVENTS
The second floor provides an intimate venue for small meetings and social events. It houses The Parlor, Four Boardrooms, Business Center, and the Boardroom Lounge. The space was designed with intimacy, technology and comfort in mind. The warm fireplace, natural light from the building’s glass curtain wall make Lexicon Lounge a nice gathering place.
Each of the four Boardrooms is a high-tech and high-design option appropriate for all day meetings, private luncheons, or celebratory evening events. Penthouse Suites can be made available for meetings and social events and offer terraces with spectacular city views.
The second-floor Lexington Lounge offers pastries and coffee to start off your morning right. Located on the ground floor is the 110-seat Lexington Brass, the New-American bistro from New York-based hospitality authority, EMM Group. It features creative classics artfully presented by Executive Chef Chris Leahy. Visitors can expect sophisticated yet straightforward favorites at all hours from a menu of fresh, locally sourced, sustainable dishes, always accompanied by Lexington Brass’s signature cocktails and local beers.
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