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The Beekman

Crisp new digs in Lower Manhattan

Nestled between One World Trade Centre and the Brooklyn Bridge, the much publicised 9-storey atrium of The Beekman is a natural talking point at this just-opened New York auberge. An opulent wall of wrought ironwork rails leading to a pyramidal skylight beyond is a marvellous centrepiece for pomp, but look further and one will find modest, yet sophisticated private spaces marked with vintage furniture, aged oak floors, crisp white linens and Carrara marble tubs. The Tom Colicchio eatery Fowler & Wells harks to New York classics, cherry-picking elements of international cuisine for an assured American menu reflective of modern day New York.


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