Within the majestic walls of one of New York City’s most exceptional landmarks, a new paradigm for luxury hotels in Lower Manhattan has emerged.
Nestled in the epicenter of Manhattan’s vibrant Lower Manhattan lies New York’s last hidden architectural treasure. The Beekman. Built-in 1881 as one of Manhattan’s first skyscrapers, the heart of this iconic landmark building is its extraordinary nine-story Victorian atrium and majestic pyramidal skylight. The Beekman features 287 guest rooms, including 36 suites and two duplex penthouses boasting private rooftop terraces.
Passionately restored by the world-renowned interior designer Martin Brudnizki, each guest room is adorned with a refined mix of bespoke furnishings and custom artwork. James Beard Award winners Tom Colicchio and Keith McNally bring world-class dining to The Beekman.
Tom Colicchio’s Temple Court highlights modern American dishes while The Bar Room, beneath the nine-story Victorian atrium, offers stunning views to enjoy crafted cocktails alongside an all-day menu. Augustine, a Brasserie-style eatery from Keith McNally of Balthazar and Pastis, offers high-end French classics. Old world glamour meets modern luxury at The Beekman, a masterpiece re-imagined.
James Beard Award winners Tom Colicchio and Keith McNally of famed Balthazar and Pastis bring world-class dining to The Beekman. Chef Colicchio pulls inspiration from the history of Lower Manhattan to create a menu of classics reinvented with his signature touch in Temple Court and The Bar Room. McNally’s Augustine offers a menu of high-end French classics set against the backdrop of old-world chandeliers and intimate booths. For a light dinner or a nightcap visit Alley Cat Amateur Theatre, where Tokyo’s secret bar meets classic American cocktail club.
123 Nassau Street St New York New York United States 10038