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WATCH VIDEOWATCH VIDEONestled in the epicenter of Lower Manhattan’s vibrant new downtown lies New York’s last hidden architectural treasure, The Beekman. Flagship property of Thompson Hotels and dining destination, The Beekman is anchored by the star power of celebrity restauranteurs Tom Colicchio and Keith McNally. The building, one of Manhattan’s first skyscrapers known as Temple Court, was built in 1881 and restored to its former glory by world renowned designer Martin Brudnizki of Annabel’s of London and The Ivy Dubai.

The heart of this iconic landmark building is its extraordinary nine-story Victorian atrium and majestic pyramidal skylight. The hotel features 287 guestrooms, including 38 suites and two signature duplex penthouses with private rooftop terraces overlooking One World Trade Center, the Woolworth Building and City Hall Park. The guestroom interior evokes a sophisticated residential appeal combining original architectural details with luxurious touches.

Guestrooms are adorned with a refined mix of bespoke furnishings, custom artwork, Sferra linens and a craft cocktail table with gourmet mini-bar.
Both restaurants are open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Tom Colicchio‘s Temple Court features modern American dishes and cuisine of turn-of-the-century New York City, while The Bar Room, beneath the nine-story Victorian atrium, offers stunning views for guests to enjoy alongside a cup of coffee, a hand crafted cocktail or a full meal. Keith McNally of Pastis and Balthazar, premiered his first restaurant in Lower Manhattan. Augustine, a Brasserie-style restaurant, offers a combination of lighter dishes as well as French classics, with a special Rotisserie and Grillades selection of meats, fish and poultry.   
 

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Prior to the construction of the historic building, the site hosted a succession of creative and academic achievements, including the New York City debut of Shakespeare's Hamlet; the establishment of Clinton Hall, which housed a library and expansive literary collection, as well as spaces where writers, such as Edgar Allan Poe, honed their craft; and the launch of New York University’s inaugural classes in 1832.

The Beekmam is just one block from City Hall Park, and is surrounded by some of Manhattan’s most cherished attractions, including the World Trade Center, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, and Brooklyn Bridge.

TYPE of ROOMS

Superior Rooms (1 Queen or 1 King), Deluxe Double Queen  Rooms, Premium King Rooms,  Suites, Turret Penthouses

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123, Nassau Street
10038 New York
 
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