The Beekman Hotel is gearing up to unveil its two new Martin Brudnizki-designed turret penthouse suites that crown the newly renovated landmarked building. The highly-anticipated renovation of the former Temple Court building reopened just last year and it didn’t disappoint. The same can be said of the expansive rooftop suites, which visitors can now book stays for.
Each one of the penthouses will span 1,200 square feet and two floors. Unsurprisingly, that price for a single night’s stay won’t exactly have you running to book a night’s stay, but if there were any justification for a $6,500/night price tag (and up), this might be it.
Guests of the classy duplexes will enjoy access through private entryways on the hotel’s 10th floor and will get to enjoy a bevy of elite amenities like a “dedicated concierge team,” a premium bar, breakfast, roundtrip airport transfer both to and from the hotel, and “exclusive access to a choice of luxury Lexus vehicles— all compliments of your stay.
As for the penthouse suites themselves, each suite boasts 40-foot pitched ceilings, a dining room with a stone fireplace, wood paneled walls, and a wet bar. The second level overlooks the main floor and hosts a king size bed along with a marble-clad bathroom with a freestanding tub.
What good would a luxurious penthouse suite be if there weren’t an equally lavish outdoor space? Well luckily, the Beekman Hotel gets it and has furnished its rooftop turret penthouses with 800-square-foot private terraces that give impressive views of the city’s skyline. There is also a landscaped terrace that connects the two penthouses and can accommodate parties and events.