The Beekman

123 Nassau Street

New York, NY 10038




An acclaimed historic hotel in the heart of a revitalized New York City

The Beekman is a historic hotel located in the heart of Lower Manhattan’s New Downtown. Though the hotel opened in 2016, the building dates back to 1883 and its façade is declared a New York City Landmark.

The Beekman boasts several esteemed and prestigious awards, including being chosen by Conde Nast Traveler’s editors for the 2019 Gold List (recognizing the top 85 hotels worldwide), and named as one of NYC’s best hotels in the 2018 Conde Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards. For the 2019 U.S. News & World Report Best Hotels rankings, The Beekman earned #2 in New York City and was among the top 30 overall in the U.S. It is also ranked the #2 top hotel in NYC by Travel+Leisure.
Guests at The Beekman can enjoy striking, old-world interiors, exceptional service, and of course, a good night’s rest on SFERRA Fine Linens.

Guest rooms transport you to the golden age of travel featuring high ceilings, eclectic and bespoke vintage furnishings, aged oak floors, and specially designed SFERRA linens and bath robes.

The Beekman features two standout restaurants: Temple Court by acclaimed chef and restaurateur, Tom Colicchio, provides a menu of reinvented classics with a seasonal touch, and Keith McNally’s restaurant, Augustine, offers Brasserie-style fare in a vintage Parisian-like atmosphere.

The hotel’s art collection nods to the spirit of 19th century writers like Ralph Waldo Emerson and Edgar Allan Poe. New commissioned work by local artists can be viewed here, including Jane Hammond and Patrick Jacobs.
Explore some of Manhattan's best attractions nearby, including Brooklyn Bridge and the World Trade Center. In the evening, enjoy a pre- or post-dinner cocktail under the hotel’s stunning nine-story Victorian restored cast iron atrium at The Bar Room at Temple Court.
End your days wrapped in a custom SFERRA terry robe and a sumptuous SFERRA bed.