>>>A hotel in Manhattan’s skies

A hotel in Manhattan’s skies

The Beekman, now part of the Thompson hotel group, was built in 1881, making it one of New York’s first skyscrapers. This legendary Lower Manhattan building, boasting 287 rooms and private residencies, has now reopened its doors for business. Our suggestion: book into the Turret Penthouse, a 111 square metre duplex at the very top of this iconic building.

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