Hyatt Regency Buffalo unveils rooftop pool and Spa Alexis

 

 

The new indoor rooftop pool of the Hyatt Regency Buffalo

BUFFALO, NY — Located in the bustling downtown of the theatre district, Hyatt Regency Buffalo marks the completion of a multi-year, $15 million renovation with the unveiling of its impressive indoor rooftop pool and Spa Alexis.

The indoor pool offers panoramic views of Lake Erie as well as the city skyline, highlighted by lofty ceilings and enormous glass windows, opening for the first time since 1993. The hotel's new design boasts a warm and contemporary décor with rich textures and a sombre palette of watery blue and chocolate brown, echoing the beauty of surrounding nature like Niagara Falls.

Spa Alexis, located on the lobby level, offers a complete array of services including hair, nails, facials, massages, tanning and other personalized treatments. Spa packages, booked directly through Spa Alexis, as well as hotel packages including Hyatt Regency Buffalo's Balance Package, offer both hotel guests and the local community the opportunity to experience the new facility.

The 396-roomed hotel now features pillow-top Hyatt Grand Beds, 32-inch flat-screen televisions with digital video-on-demand and premium cable, new bathrooms and furniture, as well as large workstations with high-speed wired Internet access.

Updates have also been made to EB Green's Steakhouse, voted one of the top 10 independent steak houses in the country, while the new Atrium Bar and Bistro offers a cafe-style menu for breakfast, lunch and late-night dining.

 

 

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