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 Radisson Lexington Hotel Invests $1 Million
To Renovate Four Floors
NEW YORK, NY (Mar. 15, 2004)  – In response to the hotel’s growing corporate transient business and to meet the needs of today’s sophisticated corporate traveler, the Radisson Lexington Hotel is nearing the completion of its $1 million business class room renovations project. 

Effective April 2004, business travelers can enjoy the largest rooms in the hotel, complete with new wallpaper and carpeting, extra-large granite desk space, high-speed Internet access, two telephone lines with a data port, a cordless telephone (located bedside), mineral water, a new Serta Concierge (Lex) Extraordinaire plush bed with five large pillows, new Frette style linens, and daily delivery of USA Today, New York Times or Financial Times.

The six-month project entailed renovating four floors, totaling 100 rooms, each of which received over $10,000 in upgrades.

“Business travelers look to the Radisson Lexington Hotel because of our prime location in Midtown Manhattan, our multi-lingual, courteous staff, and our steadfast commitment to satisfying guests,” said Alfred Leuthold, director of marketing and sales, the Radisson Lexington Hotel.

The 27-story hotel has served as a hospitality landmark since 1929, offering the best of  “Old World Elegance” with its warm and inviting lobby, unique dining facilities, quaint meeting rooms, and state-of-the-art guestrooms and suites. 

The Radisson Lexington Hotel is located in the heart of Manhattan’s business district and walking distance from Grand Central Station.  Major points of interest in close proximity to the hotel include Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Times Square, the United Nations, Madison Square Garden, and New York’s theater district.

Radisson Lexington Hotel

Also See: Gettys Fast Track Solutions Expeditiously Transformed the Historic Lexington Hotel into the High-styled Radisson Hotel New York-East Side Hotel / June 2001

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