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Then off to the ...
... non existent so we arrived early at about 8.30am. Thankfully we did, as the check in and security process took ages. Firstly we got to the screens and checked in the four of us with the help of the bubbly staff member. We then had to almost recheck in at the desk. Seemed a waste of time. When we got to the desk the clerk advised mum and dad they needed to reallocate luggage between bags as one was 18kgs and the other 27kgs. We evened them up easily and avoided the ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Beekman Tower Hotel New York City
Beekman home away from home
Stayed at the Beekman ans couldn't be more please with the accomodations,- full kitchens and staff that takes care of your every need!!!!! Staff not only welcomes you but treats you like one of their own! Surprised that in New York- the place was very clean- Resturant in the top is a class place.
The Beekman is GREAT!
I had a great experience at the Beekman! The room was spacious and clean. Top of the Tower restaurant is amazing and a must for any guest of the hotel. However, the best part, by far, was the hotel staff who were courtious, helpful and kind! I will definitely be staying at the Beekman for my next trip to NYC!
I stayed at the Beekman over the New York Blackout. All is can say is that this hotel has the most caring staff I have ever encountered. They made me feel safe and did everything to ensure that I had a great night. The rooms are nice but the staff is the greatest.
Incredible place! We read the bad reviews on this site before we left and we were quite worried since we were traveling with a child.
Scary how disgusting a hotel this is ! Wouldn't recommend this hotel to an axe murderer! Actually think I saw quite a few staying in this flop house.
The hotel was very clean and very spacious. The service was wonderful and everyone was so curtious and polite. It didn't seem like a hotel stay, more like a home away from home. I highly recommend the Beekman!!
Ok place but.....
Just returned from NYC & stayed @Beekman Tower..Had a one bedroom suite which was very spacious...The staff was friendly, no problems there...But my bathroom needed serious work...My suite had 1.5 baths...The half bath was fine...But the main bathroom was small & needed some serious tile work done in the shower..It was all black near the bottom & was rather disgusting looking...I've seen better bathrooms at the Holiday Inn Express.
Tiny and Dirty
Checked out of this place as soon as I saw the room. Tiny small rooms that were dreary as he**. Seems people go there to commit suicide, because if I stayed there for a night I would've done the same. Went to Dumont which was night and day different!
Got a booking at this hotel through ... and I wondered what to expect. Despite assurances from Hotel Staff prior that they would provide me with King Sized bed, they "did me a favor and gave me a Queen Sized bed! " The room was tiny with a filthy bedspread and sperm covered blankets. Nice touch to this trap! Room walls were paper thin and had to call hotel security twice during the night to shut down the reveling at 3:00 am. Reefer smell filled the air of the hotel floor I was on, with no one seeming to care on the staff. Bathroom is tiny and make sure you hang up your towels if you shower at night because no attempt is made to offer you towels at night. For a three star hotel this place is a dive . And be careful, there were Europeans checking in at the desk when we arrived who had email confirmations, and the hotel staff said "don't trust the internet! Book only direct!" Made us feel real good about the reliability of this Hotel's front office. As I said, beware of staying at this hotel unless you have NO OTHER choice. Flophouse Hotel...no question !
Could not be more pleased!
I obtained 2 studio suites at a travel auction. Upon arrival both were upgraded to 1 bedroom suites. It was my sister's birthday and the staff promptly agreed to take delivery of her birthday cake and refridgerate it while we were out and later deliver it. The suites were huge, fresh and spotless! The service was excellent! Our children were welcomed. Take advantage of the specials at around $170/night. No better deal imaginable!