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The Beekman, A Thompson Hotel

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Nestled in the epicenter of Manhattan's vibrant downtown 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 pyramid skylight. The Beekman unites some of the world’s greatest hospitality talents including the sophisticated design of Martin Brudnizki, award-winning restaurateurs chef Tom Colicchio and Keith McNally, and nightlife impresario Serge Becker.

123 Nassau St.
Manhattan, NY 10038
  (212) 233-2300

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Accessibility
Braille
Volume Control Telephone
Wheelchair Accessible
Amenities
Air-Conditioning
Bar/Lounge
Cable/In-Room Movies
Family Rooms
Fitness Center
Internet Services
Mini Bar
Restaurant
Smoke-Free
Suites
Internet
Free WiFi
Miscellaneous
Pet Friendly
Services
Babysitting/Child Services
Concierge
Daily Housekeeping
Facilities for Guests with Disabilities
Meeting/Banquet Facilities
Room Service
Safe Deposit Box
Transportation
Parking Available
Valet Parking
Chain
Hyatt
Two Roads


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