The Beekman hotel, New York City
We woke up as early as humanly possible the next day after a fabulous first night in NYC, and decided to check out the hotel and head down for breakfast.
Beautifully styled, the most impressive part of the hotel for me (apart from the pink velvet sofa of dreams) was the 9 story atrium which is a true show stopper. With Victorian ironwork and flourishes throughout, its definitely a hotel with personality.
With beautiful jewel toned velvet furniture and bohemian Esq floral arrangements I kept finding things to love
I have to say, from a design point of view The Beekman Hotel is the prefect place to stay for a girl weekend. Its fun, stylish and totally Instagram friendly. Not far from Brooklyn bridge, its great for exploring downtown Manhattan.
We headed for breakfast at the rather fancy and decadent temple court, which was perfect for planning our next few days in the city.
Its all stained glass windows and chandeliers fabulousity
I ordered the banana bread french toast which was absolutely incredible, and the prefect (but a bit naughty) start to the day. Along with about 20 coffees to help with my extreme tiredness
Every detail of the interiors was total goals, and felt sumptuous and decadent with impeccable attention to deal. The Beekman has fast become one of my favorite places to stay when in New York City.
See, I wasn't joking about that pink sofa of dreams (is it wrong that this was a big influence in the "where should we stay talks" ...
We had a fabulous time at The Beekman hotel, its somewhere id definitely recommend staying if your planning a trip to NYC
Check back for more NYC posts coming this week
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