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The Lowell, on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, will unveil a renovation in late Summer 2016. The revamp will include a new restaurant and bar, library lounge, garden and updates to the lobby and Pembroke Room.
After the renovation, visitors will be able to escape to the restaurant and an adjoining garden area with a fireplace, fountain and a large glass skylight. We hear, the garden will be filled with lush flora to help guests unwind.
A masterful team will help create the hotel’s new look, including designer Michael Smith, Mark Pinney, the London-based architect, and restaurateur Charles Mason. Also, Heiko Kuenstle returns to the hotel, after a 10-year hiatus, to manage the redesign as general manager.
Guests looking to stay at The Lowell may consider staying in one of the hotel’s suites. The suites include terraces, kitchens, wood-burning fireplaces and concierge services. Travelers looking for luxury and convenience may choose the hotel because of its location on 63rd Street, between Madison and Park Avenues. It is also just a short walk to Central Park.
The Lowell is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World.