Stacked with Manhattan elegance and charm, this grand, historic, 19th century landmark reimagined by award-winning designer Martin Brudnizki is a masterwork of classic and contemporary chic. No wonder it was Conde Nast Traveler’s #1 Hotel in New York City, and a Travel + Leisure World's Best Hotel.
Cross The Beekman’s mosaic marble threshold into a romantic lobby laden with vintage rugs, antique glass lamps and intimate seating and you’ll already feel the tingle of The Beekman experience: this historic space that somehow exceeds its former glory. Stealing the scene is the hotel’s nine-story atrium, capped by a pyramidal skylight that seems to illuminate the place from within. Soaking up all that light is the decadently designed restaurant and Bar Room lounge by Chef Tom Colicchio at ground level.
Our favorite spaces in this architectural sensation are lesser seen: The Beekman’s two private rooftop penthouses, passionately restored within the building’s original turrets. Available for weddings, private events, group dining and overnight stays.
The hotel’s location at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge, near the East River and City Hall Park captures a multi-layered history filled with literary giants, scientific visionaries, and leaders of the American Revolution and Romantic era. Surrounded by waterfront, it is also Manhattan's easiest, most atmospheric neighborhood. Take a ferry to Governors Island or Rockaway Beach, stroll along the promenade at South Street Seaport, pack a picnic and take it to Battery Park, to enjoy in perfect view of the Hudson River and The Statue of Liberty, and then wander lazily back past the pretty brownstones of Tribeca.
The Fine Print
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