The Lexington Collection to open, renovate Charlotte, N.C., property

 

 

CLEVELAND -- The Lexington Collection of fine Hotels, Plaza Hotels, and Resorts added a new twist to its roster of properties this week with the Lexington Hotel Charlotte – soon to undergo a $3 million renovation to complete its transformation to a healthy lifestyle-oriented hotel.

Located in the heart of Charlotte, North Carolina, The Lexington Hotel Charlotte, formerly a Sheraton Hotel, is only one block from Cricket Arena, Merchandise Mart, and Ovens Auditorium, and just five minutes from downtown and the Ericsson Stadium & Convention Center. For NASCAR race fans, Lowe's Motor Speedway is only 13 miles away and is easily accessible.

The 148-room Lexington Hotel Charlotte will be completely smoke-free, thus providing guests the comforts of clean air in the rooms and throughout the property. On-site will be an organic juice bar with an eclectic menu of wheatgrass, carrot, and blended fruit juices – choices that are believed to boost one’s immune system.

Also featured is a wellness spa that will provide natural antioxidant skin care services that will promote healing and radiate energy. The spa will offer traditional services of massage, facials, and other esthetics, as well as employ the latest learnings in spa treatments.

The Lexington Hotel Charlotte will be home to a 100% vegan restaurant.

The Lexington Hotel Charlotte will undergo renovations beginning in January and will not be open to the public until renovations have been completed.

“Charlotte is known as the ‘gateway to the South’ and we believe this property is the gateway to a healthy retreat,” said Steve Belmonte, The Lexington Collection President and CEO. 

As The Lexington Collection- an innovative and affordable alternative to franchising - continues to make a major impact in the industry, additional announcements on strategic and operational developments will be made.

Contact:                                                  
Melissa Scott, PR Manager
888-316-2378 (office)  216-269-2658 (cell)
[email protected]

 

 

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