Beekman, The
South America, South America


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Within the majestic and grandiose walls of one of New York City’s most extraordinary landmarks is The Beekman.

Nestled between the East and Hudson Rivers in Manhattan's most dynamic and historic neighborhood, you will find many treasures such as the Brooklyn Bridge, the World Trade Center, South Street Seaport and City Hall all within close proximity. With so much to see and do nearby along with world-class amenities and an abundance of charm, it is no wonder The Beekman was ranked the No. 1 hotel in New York City by U.S. News & World Report.

The rooms and suites showcase thoughtful modern amenities along with high ceilings, curated artworks and aged oak floors. Custom-designed oak beds with leather headboards showcase luxurious sateen Sferra linens. Spacious Carrara marble baths boast exclusive D.S. & Durga bath toiletries as well as state-of-the-art oversized rain showers.

Dining at The Beekman is a culinary delight. Temple Court by acclaimed chef and restaurateur Tom Colicchio sought inspiration from the bountiful history of the building and his own culinary journey. The menu is full of classics which he has reinvented. You can dine from the a la carte menu or a five-course tasting menu. Augustine by Keith McNally is a Brasserie-style restaurant that features a selection of modern French dishes. Alley Cat Amateur Theatre is reminiscent of one of Tokyo's secret bars and the classic American cocktail club where you can catch live music as well as a light meal.