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The Lowell has a gym on the second floor that overlooks East 63rd Street. Open daily from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., the gym this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel is impressive in size for a boutique hotel, but it retains the intimate amenities that characterize the rest of the property.
Options abound for a cardio workout, including three treadmills, a StairMaster, rowing machine and pro stationary bike. For those looking to build muscle, there are free weights, two weight benches and a Cybex machine, which can be used for leg extensions and chest presses. For those looking for a lower-impact workout, exercise mats and balls are available for abdominal exercises and stretching.
Contemporary artwork by Louis Stettner hangs on the gym’s walls, and a complimentary health snack station offers bottled water and fresh fruits. The gym doesn’t have a locker room, but it’s within close proximity of the elevator, making it a short walk back to your guest room. While The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel's gym doesn’t have a pool or fitness classes, it does have a personal trainer available with advance notice. Additionally, guests can talk to the concierge about privileges at three nearby gyms with pools and workout classes.