The Beekman

Financial District, New York

The hotel

Built in the same decade as the Brooklyn Bridge, The Beekman had stiff competition when it came to architectural neighbours – but its glamour and grace granted it kudos with the building buffs of the 19th century – and today. This skyscraper’s kept its drama with its marble entrance, Persian rug-slung lobby, and Victorian balustrade-draped atrium, which stretches nine storeys skyward before being capped with a glass pyramid. It’s not just opulent in design though, with its ‘nothing’s-too-much-trouble’ service and dining scene mirroring its old-world splendour and new-world luxury. Two of Manhattan’s finest names are behind The Beekman’s restaurants: Tom Colicchio reinterprets old and new classics at Temple Court, while Keith McNally recreates French brasserie elegance at Augustine. Or you could join the socialites (and sometimes celebs) at The Alley Cat for cocktails and Japanese Izakaya comfort food.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Located in Lower Manhattan between the East and Hudson River and within walking distance to One World Trade Center and the Brooklyn Bridge. Transfer time from John F. Kennedy International Airport: 1 hour.

Hotel information

287 rooms and suites. All with air-conditioning, 47" IPTV, complimentary WiFi, USB charging ports, gourmet mini-bar* and D.S. & Durga bath amenities. Superior Queen Rooms are 285 sq ft and feature high ceilings, craft cocktail table and a state-of-the-art oversized rain shower in the bathroom, with 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Superior King Rooms are 300 sq ft and feature high ceilings, craft cocktail table and a state-of-the-art oversized rain shower in the bathroom, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Deluxe King Rooms are 320 sq ft and feature a craft cocktail table and a marble bathroom with state-of-the-art rain shower, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Premium King Rooms are 375 sq ft and feature sweeping ceilings, craft cocktail table and a state-of-the-art rain shower in the bathroom, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Double Queen Rooms are 400 sq ft and feature high ceilings, cocktail table, and a rain shower and separate marble bath in the bathroom, with 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child.

Studio Suites are 475 sq ft and feature a seating space, high ceilings, craft cocktail table and spacious rain shower in the bathroom, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

One Bedroom Suites are 475 sq ft and feature a living area, cocktail table and oversized rain shower in the bathroom, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

One Bedroom Corner Suites are 600 sq ft and feature a foyer and living area, high ceilings, a wet bar and a rain shower and separate marble bath in the bathroom, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Thompson Suite is 1,100 sq ft and features city views, living room and dining area, wet bar, powder room and a rain shower and separate marble bath in the bathroom, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Temple Court by Tom Colicchio (à la carte and five-course dining). Augustine (high end French cuisine). The Bar Room (all-day menu including handcrafted cocktails underneath the historic Atrium). Alley Cat Amateur Theatre (intimate lounge offering a Japanese izakaya style menu and cocktails). Fitness centre featuring Peloton studio spin bikes. 24 hour in-room dining*. Concierge. Valet parking $65 plus tax, per night (payable locally, subject to change). Complimentary WiFi.

*Denotes local charge.

Rating summary

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Traveller rating

  • Excellent (927)
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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Beautiful Hotel and the personal touch

Dec 10, 2019 Y9349TNrobinm Sunderland, United Kingdom

First visit to NYC and the hotel is beautiful. Great breakfast, attentive staff and personal touch from the doormen (who always chat and smile) to the management ensuring your stay is all you expect it to be. For a base to explore NYC you couldn't ask for any more than the luxury the hotel and team has to offer. Thank you. Enjoyed the stay.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating A Classy Downtown hotel

Dec 7, 2019 ANDREW W New York City, New York

I have stayed at the Beekman on several occasions this year, 4 times since August. It is one of my favourite NY hotels. The architecture and decor are great. Staff are friendly, courteous and helpful. Rooms are very well appointed & stylish. Generally, it is restful and quiet. The eating options are great, I recommend the bar menu particularly.… Read more
I have stayed at the Beekman on several occasions this year, 4 times since August. It is one of my favourite NY hotels. The architecture and decor are great. Staff are friendly, courteous and helpful. Rooms are very well appointed & stylish. Generally, it is restful and quiet. The eating options are great, I recommend the bar menu particularly. Good subway access to the other parts of Manhattan and NY you would want to visit. And has a decent enough gym. I have been most impressed with their response to issues and questions. They always seek to resolve any problems you might have and make good when you feel the hotel has not met expectations. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Mixed emotions!

Dec 7, 2019 Gillian O Uxbridge, Canada

This is a very cool hotel...it was recommended to us by a couple from New York who we met travelling around Sicily. We were located on the 5th floor...unfortunately, our 2 windows faced onto construction. Which religiously started up full force at 7 in the morning!!!!!! This added insult to injury of a view of a wall! The room was very small. … Read more
This is a very cool hotel...it was recommended to us by a couple from New York who we met travelling around Sicily. We were located on the 5th floor...unfortunately, our 2 windows faced onto construction. Which religiously started up full force at 7 in the morning!!!!!! This added insult to injury of a view of a wall! The room was very small. The bathroom was a decent size with a great walk in shower. The two bars in the hotel were really wonderful and the food was terrific. Staff were all so proffessional and friendly! The room cards were iffy....sometimes they worked and sometimes they didn't for both the room doors and the elevator. It was an added bonus to have a car and driver to transport you if need be. Thompson hotels have a cool vibe...we also stayed at the one in Chicago...and will try to sample more as we travel. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Beautiful and great location

Dec 6, 2019 writerdle Annapolis, MD

This is a Hyatt property and let it be known Hyatt does have a veterans discount. I wanted to see the fireworks in NYC and be close to a place to a place I could. The location was perfect, the hotel employees were great, the room, food and service were great. Couldn't ask more for a lodging experience.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Incredible hotel. Below average food and beverage.

Dec 6, 2019 FrequentFlyer1165 Chicago, Illinois

The hotel is a jewel- a perfect hybrid of old and new. Loads of inherent character with an expertly-culled modern art collection. Big negative for us were both the dinner and breakfast services. In both instances, the service was exceptionally slow and seemingly disorganized. It is unreasonable for in-house hotel guests to wait nearly two hours… Read more
The hotel is a jewel- a perfect hybrid of old and new. Loads of inherent character with an expertly-culled modern art collection. Big negative for us were both the dinner and breakfast services. In both instances, the service was exceptionally slow and seemingly disorganized. It is unreasonable for in-house hotel guests to wait nearly two hours just to be seated at the sole dining venue. Read less