The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel | NYC

The Beekman | New York City

Set in an architectural gem from 1883, and hailed for its iconic nine-story atrium and pyramidal skylight, The Beekman is a unique luxury lifestyle hotel located in New York’s downtown.

Featuring vintage furnishings and oak floors, the chic rooms come with a smart TV, a USB charging port, a minibar (crafted from antique tables with thick patterned cloths over them), dimmable decorative lighting, designer toiletries, rainfall showers and individual artwork. Selected suites feature facilities such as wet bars, dining areas, fireplaces and/or powder rooms. 75 rooms are located in the new building next-door to the original building.

There are New American and French eateries by renowned chefs Keith McNally and Tom Colicchio, in addition to lavish, wood-paneled guest lounges, and a classic, stylish bar. Eye-catcher is the whimsical kilim-draped front desk.

✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 287 rooms (28-37m2) (300-400 sq ft), including 45 suites (44-102m2) (475-1,100 sq ft) and 2 penthouse suites in the turrets (111m2) (1,200 sq ft) • hotel opened: August 2016 • architecture: Gerner Kronick & Valcarcel Architects • interior design: Martin Brudnizki • parking possible at a location nearby (charged) • pets allowed • 24-hour front desk

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