Angela Pham

Beekman Hotel

New York City, New York

by: Angela Pham

  • Why

    Staycation, Anniversary Celebration

  • When

    March 2017

  • Who

    Me + Boyfriend

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Highs + Lows

  • The Bar Room (located in the atrium) feel very much like an old-school private club – opulent and dimly-lit. An excellent date spot.

  • The indelible and unique architecture of the Victorian atrium + pyramidal skylight. The amount of care and attention to detail that went into the restoration is very apparent.

  • Augustine, the restaurant. The service, food, décor was all impeccable. It gets packed, so reservation is recommended.

  • The Financial District location. If I were visiting NYC, I might prefer another neighborhood that was more buzzing. However, apparently, many new things are coming to this area.

: 44/50
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  • Website

  • Life Changing

  • Environmental Consciousness

  • Overall Value

  • Night's Sleep

  • Service

  • Amenities

  • Stealable Stuff

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Important Bits

  • Type

    Trendy and historic landmark hotel.

  • Vibe

    For the affluent adults (35 year old +), European, curious tourists.

  • Location

    Located in Financial District. Lots of tourist attractions nearby, but not so many local hang outs that I enjoy in NYC.

  • Rooms

    287

  • Year Opened

    September 2016 (but built in 1881).

  • Designed By

    Thompson Hotel, interior design by Martin Brudnizki.

  • Pool/Gym

    No, but complimentary access to Blink or Equinox nearby (while they are building their gym).

  • Restaurant

    Tom Collicchio’s Fowler & Wells, The Bar Room and Keith McNally’s Augustine.

  • Bar

    Yes, The Bar Room.

  • Minibar

    The usual. Nuts/candy/wines/liquor.

  • Wifi

    Yes - free for guests.

  • Children

    Leave the children home.

  • Price

    On par with most of NYC’s trendy hotels, rates start at $619 USD.

In the Area

Only a couple of blocks away from the hotel is the Brooklyn Bridge. Although touristy, it still offers one of the best views of NYC.

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