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Location Details
Located within the center of Lower Manhattan's thriving New Downtown and nestled between both the East and Hudson Rivers, The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel is surrounded by some of Manhattan's most cherished attractions, including the Brooklyn Bridge, the World Trade Center, South Street Seaport and City Hall.
General Information
Within the majestic walls of one of New York's most exceptional landmarks, a new paradigm for Lower Manhattan is emerging. An architectural gem, hailed for its iconic nine-story atrium and pyramidal skylight, The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel unites some of the world's greatest talent, including the sophisticated design of Martin Brudnizki and the culinary cachet of restaurateur and chef Tom Colicchio. Cross the mosaic marble threshold and you’ll be greeted at the evocative reception space that harkens back to the golden age of travel. A patchwork of upholstered vintage Persian rugs wrap this welcoming cove adorned with antique glass lamps and a polished timber top. Let this eccentric welcoming be the first of many cherished Beekman experiences.

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Room Details

These guestrooms boasts high ceilings, custom-made beds with a leather headboard, eclectic bespoke and vintage furnishings complemented by curated artwork, aged oak floors and a craft cocktail table. Enter into the Carrara marble-tiled bathroom through the sliding barn door to indulge in a state-of-the-art oversized rain shower. Other in-room amenities include exclusive D.S. & Durga bath amenities, a craft cocktail table and gourmet mini-bar, a flat-screen television with personal DVR, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Categories include superior guestrooms; deluxe guestrooms; premium guestrooms; double queen guestrooms; premium guestrooms; queen terrace guestrooms; studio suites; one-bedroom suites; one-bedroom corner suites; deluxe corner suites; and Thompson suites.

Suite Details

Turret Penthouses | Located within the building’s iconic turrets, the two signature penthouses boast private entrances, each with a separate rooftop terrace. Curated original artworks adorn the walls of multistoried apartment-like jewels with lavish furnishings and spacious marble bathrooms within 1,200-square-feet of space. Amenities include luxury sedan airport transfers, American breakfast in Temple Court for up to two guests, dedicated Concierge team, premium honor bar, domestic and international calls, 400-square-feet private terrace, dining area for six, stone fireplace, exclusive D.S. & Durga bath amenities, and complimentary Wi-Fi.


Temple Court | Acclaimed chef and restaurateur Tom Colicchio pulls inspiration from the rich history of the building and his own culinary journey to provide a menu of classics, old and new, reinvented with his signature, seasonal touch. The a la carte and five-course tasting menu feature dishes such as Maine Lobster with chanterelle mushrooms and tarragon, presented in the style of Lobster Thermidor and desserts such as Tarte Tatin with sun gold tomato and peach. Set with rich, jewel-toned furnishings and antique accents, Temple Court stands as a one-of-a-kind setting for dining in lower Manhattan.
The Bar Room at Temple Court | The Bar Room at Tom Colicchio’s Temple Court is located beneath The Beekman’s stunning, nine-story Victorian era atrium and offers a singular New York setting to enjoy a list of handcrafted cocktails alongside an all-day menu. With plush lounge seating and a distinctly old New York feel, The Bar Room at Temple Court is a new entry in lower Manhattan’s canon of destination bars and restaurants.
Augustine | Serving a thoughtful selection of modern French dishes, Augustine’s Co-Executive Chefs Shane McBride and Daniel Parilla have created a menu that strikes the perfect balance of decadent and light, classic and contemporary all within a bar and dining room whose design complements and enriches each diner’s experience.
Alley Cat Amateur Theatre | This once-hidden cellar and century-old mechanical room has been transformed into an intimate lounge that echoes both the eclectic individuality of Tokyo’s secret bars and the classic American cocktail club. New York’s iconic late-night impresario, Serge Becker, lends his energizing and theatrical charisma to this atmospheric haven, where musicians and renowned DJs drop by to share their talents. Honkaku shochu, craft Japanese beer, boutique sake, and a library of Japanese whiskey add to an array of cultish concoctions on offer. For those culinary minded and hungry folk, the menu offers classic and modern reinterpretations of Japanese Izakaya comfort food.


Guests will enjoy the dual-level fitness center featuring strength training equipment, cardio machines, and Peleton spin bikes.

Nearby Attractions

Located within the center of Lower Manhattan’s thriving New Downtown near Pace University, and nestled between both the East and Hudson Rivers, The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel is surrounded by some of Manhattan’s most cherished attractions, including the Brooklyn Bridge, the World Trade Center, South Street Seaport and City Hall.

Land price is per person based on double occupancy (unless noted) for select travel dates shown. Air-inclusive vacations are for gateways noted. Rate quoted includes government-imposed fees and taxes and any necessary currency exchange rates. Rate is current when priced, at the time you purchase your vacation, rate may be higher. Rate does not include any applicable daily resort or facility fees (and in Europe, city tourist taxes) payable directly to the resort at check-out; such fees will be advised at the time of booking. Subject to availability and change; certain restrictions and black out dates may apply. Additional airline restrictions may apply, contact the airline directly with questions.

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