About Beekman Tower Hotel
Situated at the corner of First Avenue and East 49th Street, the Beekman Tower Hotel offers the convenience of a Midtown location in a quiet riverfront residential neighborhood. Some of the most advantageous views in New York can be had from the bar at the Top of the Tower restaurant and lounge. With a remarkably friendly staff and amenities one might expect from a larger hotel, the Beekman exudes boutique charm and comfort.
At 450 to over 900 square feet, the apartment-like guest rooms are some of the largest in Manhattan, boasting spectacular views of the city skyline, Queensboro Bridge and the East River. Decorated with antique-style furniture, each room in the all-suite hotel is equipped with a kitchenette, and many have sitting rooms. On higher floors, a lucky few guests enjoy room service al fresco on private terraces.
Just steps from the United Nations and a short cab ride to Broadway theaters, attractions like the Museum of Modern Art and the Empire State Building, the business district, restaurants and shopping on Madison Avenue, the Beekman Tower Hotel rises prominently in one of Midtown’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
Did you know?
Built in 1928, the Art Deco masterpiece — formerly called Panhellenic Tower — once housed women belonging to Greek letter sororities as they arrived in New York to enter the workforce. Today, the Beekman Tower Hotel is named to the National Register of Historic Places.
The surprisingly quiet yet convenient Midtown location paired with spacious guest rooms is ideal for families and business travelers alike. Those not willing to sacrifice locale or space — or a small fortune for a hotel room — will feel right at home. And don’t hesitate to bring Fido along, as the Beekman allows pets.
Beekman Tower Hotel Location Information:
3 Mitchell Place
New York, NY 10017
6 to 51st St; E, M to Lexington Ave./53rd St.; 4, 5, 6, 7, S to Grand Central/42nd St.
Top of the Tower
When the weather permits, guests enjoy cocktails and sweeping Manhattan views on the terrace of the fabled Top of the Tower restaurant, high on the 26th floor. During cooler months, soaring leaded glass windows offer a similar panorama. It serves breakfast and dinner daily.
- 24 hour front desk
- Business Center
- Cable/Satellite TV
- Dry cleaning service
- Fitness Center
- Ice Machine
- Internet Access - Public Access for fee
- Parking - Valet
- Pet Friendly
- Room Service
- Security Guard
- Wheelchair Access