NEW YORK, NY, February 01, 2013, 2:08 pm -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Dread saying good-bye to
Fido? The New “Pets in the City” package at the newly-built Hyatt 48
Lex allows guests to travel in style with their Dogs. “Pets in the
City” showcases the hotel’s residential-feel and is a direct response to guest requests during the hotel’s inaugural year to allow
four-legged companions to check-in.
“Since our opening in late-2011, we have discussed becoming a Dog-Friendly property” says Mark Wagner, General Manager of the hotel. “Our guests were consistently asking us to allow their small dogs in – for both leisure and business trips. After we bent the rules a bit during Hurricane-Sandy, we decided to change our policy once and for-all.”
Based upon availability, guests may enjoy the Pets in the City package starting February 1, 2013 as an ongoing policy (note there is a maximum number of rooms designated as dog-friendly). Pampered pooches will be welcomed with a doggie-bed, feeding bowl, and special treat at check-in. Guests are limited to no more than 2 dogs per suite, dogs must not exceed 35 lbs and of course, all dogs must be housebroken. The package includes a non-refundable cleaning fee of $50 per day. Nightly package rates start at $399.
For more information or to make reservations, phone 212.838.1234 or visit www.hyatt48lex.com or HY in the GDS.
About Hyatt 48 Lex
Hyatt 48 Lex emphasizes warmth, a focus on the local neighborhood and extraordinary service standards to fulfill the needs of modern travelers. Located in Midtown East in Manhattan within walking distance of many iconic New York City destinations, Hyatt 48 Lex has 116 spacious “pied-à-terre”-style guest studios and suites with smart details from kitchenettes with pantries stocked with local snacks (like Jacque Torres and Brooklyn Beer) to beds positioned for floor-to-ceiling views of Lexington Avenue. The Lexicon Lounge stands in for a typical “lobby,” with complimentary homemade snacks throughout the day, comfortable furniture for relaxing, a fireplace, evening wine tastings with selections hand-picked by the General Manager, and a library of Assouline coffee table books. The New American bistro, Lexington Brass, offers creative twists on classics and also caters the food for in room dining and meetings. The newly dog-friendly Hyatt 48 Lex is a AAA Four Diamond hotel and offers 24-hour access fitness studio, in-room spa treatments and four Boardrooms. www.hyatt48lex.com