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|Distance to city centre||5,5 km|
|"The hotel staff was wonderful!"||(in 316 reviews)|
|"Each restaurant/bar had great atmosphere."||(in 162 reviews)|
|"Beautiful building,staff friendly and helpful."||(in 101 reviews)|
|"6:30am construction doesn’t help either."||(in 44 reviews)|
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I will be back next time for sure. Great hotel with very helpfull staff.
great location in the heart of Newyork Manhattan. The room is very clean, it is not big but in Manhattan is enough for us. Internet is working well
our room is toward a courtyard, the view is not really good.
location great, lively vibe, good staff. All essentials covered. Centrally located for lower Manhattan.
Rooms Small. No seats at bar available for guests at any time on both nights we stayed. Was unable to get a reservation in the restaurant on either evening. There were empty tables but not available to guests as were been held for larger parties.
The building and guest rooms have so much charm. And the front desk staff was super nice and helpful. The maid came and turned down our room brought chocolate and water. Those little things make a big impression. Loved the gym! Towel service, water, and top equipment including a peloton bike!
The Beekman is a beautiful hotel that has been redone with style and grace. The history of the hotel was preserved which lead to the charm of it. The staff was knowledgeable on the history of the hotel and eager to share information. Beds were comfortable, location was great. Lots of elevators, so no long waits. I liked the personal welcome on the TV when you entered your room "Welcome your name". Very nice touch.
As with many NY hotels, the rooms are on the smaller side. I paid for an upgrade to a larger room, but it did not appear to be any larger than the regular room (which my daughter had). Restaurants were pricey for lunch and for dinner. The food was good, but nothing special that would warrant the prices. Also it was raining and we asked for an extra umbrella. They charged a $30 fee, which was refunded when I returned the umbrella. But really at a 5 star hotel this practice seems unnecessary.
Inside and out, The Beekman Hotel is a sight to behold. Re-opening after extensive renovations in August of 2016 showcases classic Renaissance Revival architecture and rooms jam-packed with modern amenities.
Found within Manhattan’s New Downtown, the hotel reflects the charm of its revitalized surroundings and classic landmarks. All rooms and suites feature high ceilings, aged oak floors, and curated artwork. Essentially, every element oozes refinement and luxury. The most unique room in the hotel is the turret penthouse, with 40-foot ceilings and a massive private terrace in the crowning architectural feature of this stunning building.
Matching this luxury are the on-site dining options. Celebrity chefs Tom Colicchio and Keith McNally each operate restaurants within the Beekman Hotel. Colicchio’s offering, Temple Court, features an updated and seasonal take on classic dishes and a five-course tasting menu. Augustine, McNally’s first restaurant in the neighborhood, is a new French offering ready to wow guests. Two bars are also present, including the Alley Cat Amateur Theatre, where hotels guests can see a variety of acts on any given night.
The location of the Beekman is ideal to explore some of New York’s famous sites. The somber site of the National September 11th Memorial is under a half mile away from the lobby. The iconic Brooklyn Bridge is just under a mile from the hotel, offering a beautiful surrounding for guests. For nightlife, Greenwich Village’s famed Bleecker Street is about 35 minutes away by foot or a very short cab ride.
With an incredible set of renovations, the Beekman Hotel meshes the historic and modern in fantastic fashion.
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- Friendly atmosphere
- Nice building
- Stylish hotel
- Beautiful architecture
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Most popular landmarks
- National 9/11 Memorial & Museum 0,6 km
- Wall Street 0,6 km
- One World Trade Center 0,6 km
- Brooklyn Bridge 1,1 km
- Washington Square Park 2,2 km
- Ellis Island 3,2 km
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