Historic cities like New York City are riddled with hidden gems. For years, the building that now houses the Beekman Hotel sat boarded up and uninhabited, but a few years ago it was finally reopened as a unique, luxury hotel to be enjoyed once again.
The hotel is truly a treasure. Built in 1883, the architecture is spectacular with features such as a nine-level atrium and Victorian touches. Even though the interior has been renovated and the decor made current, the history of the place was beautifully preserved and built upon. It’s the type of place in which you’ll wish the walls could talk.
The Beekman Hotel
Stunning rugs drape the front desk in the lobby for a warm, inviting welcome.
The atrium certainly possesses a “wow” factor with its many stunning architectural details.
The atrium is a stunning work of art and a priceless piece of history.
Warm colors and contrasting textures create a curated look in the lounge.
The restaurant features beautiful stained glass and sleek, modern decor against an industrial backdrop.
The rooms are simple with white walls and jewel-toned accents.
The bathrooms are completely updated but still capture a classic essence.
Another angle of the front desk shows off the incredible mosaic tile on the floor.
A cozy corner features two rich wood cabinets full of books and a portrait of Edgar Allen Poe, who used to work at the hotel.
The rooms are streamlined yet full of comforts.
Wood paneling creates an interesting texture behind a long custom-made sofa.
How beautiful is the finish on these walls? The color is rich yet subtle.
Wood paneling like this can be found throughout the hotel and creates such a strong presence.
Another close-up of the sofa shows how cozy and sophisticated the space feels.
Even the corridors feel special and are bursting with character.
Such an incredible, unique place to visit!