The Beekman, A Thompson Hotel
Lower Manhattan, New York
The Beekman is a haven of sophistication and is architecturally striking with its iconic atrium. Within easy distance of the Brooklyn Bridge and the World Trade Center, it is ideally located to explore Lower Manhattan and beyond.
At a Glance
Historical restoration of 9-storey landmark building in ‘Lower Manhattan’
A destination in itself, the bar and dining is provided by notable chefs Colicchio and McNally (of Balthazar fame)
Eclectic décor inspired by items collected from travels, with prohibition style mini-bar carts in each room
Hip neighborhood of ‘Lower Manhattan’ within walking distance of the Freedom Tower
Book the Penthouses located in the turrets for panoramic views of Manhattan
A landmark Queen Anne building from 1881 which has been brought back to life thanks to a meticulous four-year renovation and design by Martin Brudnizki – also responsible for hot London venues including The Ivy, J Sheekey and Sexy Fish.Camilla Swift
Shakespeare's Hamlet was first performed on the site of The Beekman 250 years ago.Camilla Swift
Make sure you try the eggs Cardinal at Augustine Restaurant - perfect poached eggs with Maine lobster, a breakfast must!Camilla Swift
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Exuding old-world glamour and set within the walls of one of Lower Manhattan's landmark buildings, The Beekman is an elegant hotel which provides easy access to numerous Lower Manhattan attractions, as well as the hip neighborhood of Brooklyn beyond. Its beautiful nine-storey atrium showcases some of the most intricate detailing and design work and light floods in from the pyramidal skylight to create an airy and welcoming space.
This elegant styling continues throughout the rooms and suites which are tastefully decorated in a quirky style with splashes of color, vintage pieces and custom-designed furniture. High ceilings give a feeling of spaciousness and the eclectic mix of antiques and bespoke furnishings creates a homely atmosphere. All rooms feature aged oak flooring, luxurious bed linens, marble-tiled bathrooms and a range of amenities such as complimentary WiFi, TVs and gourmet mini bars to ensure a comfortable stay.
Dining at The Beekman is an enjoyable experience, with restaurants headed up by acclaimed restaurateurs Tom Colicchio and Keith McNally. Tuck into New York Classics in the resplendent atrium, accompanied by a specially curated cocktail or head to Augustine for a selection of delicious French dishes or a mid-morning coffee.
Boasting high ceilings, aged-oak floors and an eclectic mix of antiques and bespoke furniture, rooms and suites at The Beekman offer a comfortable space in which to retreat after days spent exploring Lower Manhattan's attractions. All come with a Carrara marble-tiled bathroom with an oversized rain shower, custom-built beds with leather headboards and luxurious bed-linens, craft cocktail tables and gourmet mini-bar, 47" minimum TV with personal DVR and complimentary WiFi.
There are two restaurants at The Beekman. Temple Court is run by acclaimed chef and restaurateur Tom Colicchio and menus focus on New York Classic dishes. In-room dining is also provided by Tom Colicchio. The second restaurant is Augustine, a brasserie-style restaurant run by Keith McNally, serving breakfast, coffees, lunches and dinners. The menu consists of a series of French Classics and lighter dishes.
The Beekman is ideally placed to explore up-and-coming Brooklyn, being just a short walk from the Brooklyn Bridge - head out by bike and take in the cultural sites. On the Manhattan side, be sure to visit the World Trade Center and the memorial site nearby. Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange are also within easy reach.
Location & Directions
Lower Manhattan, New York
The Beekman can be found within easy reach of the Brooklyn Bridge in Lower Manhattan, between the East and Hudson Rivers.
When to go
Summer or winter, rain or shine, there's always great stuff going on in New York, so when you're planning a trip, there's no real "best" or "worst" time to go. Weather wise fall and spring are the best times in New York. From April to June and September to November, temperatures are mild and pleasant, and the light is beautiful. Summers can be hot and humid while winter snowfalls are not uncommon.
September to December is conference season in New York, and we would advise booking early for travel during this period.