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The Beekman, A Thompson Hotel
Elegant, meet handsome. Handsome, meet elegant. A perfect pairing in Lower Manhattan.
Under Thompson Hotels' discerning direction, the Beekman has reinvented a classic Manhattan structure with style and grace. Designer Martin Brudnizki is the mastermind of the hotel’s distinctive everything-old-is-new-again look, and behind the historic 19th-century façade, guests will find sophisticated, architecturally driven environs showcasing stained glass, ironwork trim and a soaring nine-story atrium capped off with a glass skylight pyramid.
The 287 guest rooms and suites are decorated with aged oak floors and vintage furnishings, and amenities include 47-inch IPTVs with personal DVRs, craft cocktail tables and gourmet mini-bars. Chef Tom Colicchio’s Temple Court restaurant is stunning with its back wall of brick and jeweled stained glass; the menu of seasonal American cuisine holds its own in this impressive setting. In addition, Keith McNally (of Balthazar fame) has opened Augustine, serving French classics. If you can’t tear yourself away from this seductive property, you can always consider moving in. One-, two- and three-bedroom condo residences perch atop the building.
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