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Awesome design and fitout.
If you think by staying here you may get to enjoy it however, you’ll be disappointed.
It’s just too good and is bombed by party goers after 5pm most week nights.
The Beekman staff assure you that you’ll be given priority...More
A really gorgeous renovation with a beautiful decor and pleasant, comfy rooms. Plus a terrific staff that makes you welcome from start to finish. Highly recommended if you're heading to lower Manhattan.More
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Thank Jeremy M
Response from BKM_RobAndrews, General Manager at The Beekman, A Thompson HotelResponded 3 weeks ago
Dear Jeremy M,
Thank you very much for your recommendation! It makes me so happy to hear that you enjoyed our decor and found our rooms to be comfortable. Most importantly, our team members made you feel at home! We pride ourselves in warm service...More
The photos of this hotel speak for themselves. The amount work that was put into remodeling this stunning building is clearly evident and that shows from the architecture of the main tower lobby to the gorgeous rooms. For a classic NYC room I give it...More
Staying at The Beekman is a pleasant experience. The service is very good, and the common areas very interesting and lively. I was a little disappointed by the room. I found the decor to be uninspired and a little depressing. The street noise is very...More
My husband and I booked the Beekman during the long President's Day weekend. We love to visit NYC a few times a year and this time we were also celebrating my birthday. So glad we finally got a chance to stay at this delightful, historic...More
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