Built in 1883, The Beekman Hotel makes its home in a Lower Manhattan landmark building. Step onto the lobby's mosaic marble floors and become in awe of the nine-story atrium. Topped with a pyramid-shaped skylight, the interior's 19th-century details are showered in natural light. Persian rugs drape the reception desk while an eclectic mix of vintage velvet furniture and antique fixtures compliment the building's Victorian bones. The room also houses a lounge and bar run by celebrity chef Tom Colicchio where he serves his interpretation of classic cuisine. The 285 guest rooms echo the same mix of old-world glamour and contemporary design with custom leather headboards, dark wood floors, bespoke furniture, and Carrara marble bathrooms.